'Which terrorist are you' Facebook page

Facebook page promotes emulating Palestinian terrorists via a GIF. In spite of thousands of complaints, Facebook has yet to take it down.

Raphael Poch ,

Islamic Jihad terrorist holds Koran at Gaza rally (illustration)
Islamic Jihad terrorist holds Koran at Gaza rally (illustration)

A new Facebook page by the name of "Which martyr are you," featuring a GIF that scrolls through the images of numerous Palestinian terrorists who recently murdered Jews, has been getting a lot of attention on social media.

The GIF already has close to 6,000 likes and over 2,500 comments. 

The page, which identifies itself as Quds news agency, features the GIF and asks people to click on the image to make it stop scrolling and have the face of one of the recent terrorists appear. It then asks viewers to write down the name of the "martyr" who appeared when they clicked. The page can be viewed here.

Despite complaints Facebook still has yet to take down the post. While Facebook does have the ability to report posts that encourage violence, it apparently the company is not qualifying the post as falling under its Community Standards guidelines since the post itself does not explicitly advocate violence, but rather encourages and praises those who carry out terrorism.

The Quds agency made waves recently as it has been one of the most active in encouraging Palestinians on social media via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to carry out attacks on Israelis whether by using a knife or a car.

Channel 10 reports that the page has garnered thousands of complaints and been reported thousands of times to Facebook - however it is still up and running.