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What Could Go Wrong? Facebook Floats a New "Prayer Posts" Feature to Capitalize on Faith Communities

Along with shutting down “misinformation” on COVID-19 and vaccines, Facebook has quite a reputation for shutting down religious views it doesn’t agree with; most notably pages that are pro-Israel or that are focused on traditional religious and Christian values.

Back in May, Jewish Business News reported on the shutting down of the Jerusalem Prayer Group page, a known pro-Israel organization, after it was the victim of a cyberattack by pro-Palestinian hackers.

Jerusalem Prayer Group has had its page shut down by Facebook. The group is crying foul, claiming that it was the victim of anti-Israel hackers. The Christian religious group had more than 75 million followers for its Facebook page.

They banned Rev. Franklin Graham, son of the Rev. Billy Graham and president of Samaritan’s Purse, from posting on the site for 24 hours.

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