The Jewish community is in danger of being completely overwhelmed in social media and unable to make its voice heard, says a leading global technology expert. Gary Simon, founder of DJFirst.org, the only voluntary organisation dedicated to training and preparing the community to fight back against anti-Semitism and unbalance reporting of Israel says that our inability to influence the parliamentary vote which recognised Palestine as an independent state should serve as a wak
Conservative MP Robert Halfon, roundly criticised Jewish Communal Organizations for their lack of visibility in social media at the time of the parliamentary vote to recognise Palestine as an independent state. Halfon told the JC what we have been saying for a very long time which is that we need thousands of Digital Jews to fight anti-Israel sentiment and anti-semitism in social media.
University of Manchester students will vote between October 17th-24th on whether to twin with Al-Najah National University. Al-Najah National university has an elected student council dominated by Hamas, with over 40% of the seats, and the "Martyrs Bloc", with about 50% of the seats The UK, EU, USA, Egypt and others recognize Hamas as a terrorist organization. The Hamas Al-Najah YouTube page pays tribute to each individual of the 44 suicide bombers and terrorists who came t
Listen to DJFirst's founder discussing the 'social media gap' with Spectrum Radio presenter Jon Kaye for Sunday Jewish Radio. Here is a link to the recording. The interview starts @10:30 into the programme and lasts 12 minutes