The poster is an interactive interactive piece with images of the Irish flag and a quote from Ireland's Prime Minister Enda Kenny."I'm sure we'll get over the fact that the Irish are an island nation," Kenny said."It's a bit like that in the world."Kenny's quote, "Ireland is a country that we all love and believe in," was also featured in a poster produced by the Irish Flag Institute.The institute...
By NICHOLAS KAMM, AP Israeli authorities say they have launched an advertising campaign to try to dissuade Muslims from using Facebook in the country.
The advertising campaign, called Facebook in Tel Aviv, is being conducted by the Tel Aviv Municipality and is expected to reach more than 100,000 people.
It features an image of a Muslim woman holding a banner reading “Stop being a Muslim,” accompanied by a caption that reads, “It’s time to stop being a person of faith.”
It says that Muslims who use Facebook are not allowed to use it in public, even in their homes.
The campaign will be tested in Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem and the Haifa-Jaffa metropolitan area, as well as on the streets of Tel Aviv.
It will continue until March 1, 2019.
The Israeli government has already fined Facebook more than $2 million in the past two years for violating its rules against hate speech.
Facebook has apologized to the government, saying that it did not understand the nature of the content at issue and that it has been working to correct the problem.
It has also offered to pay a $500 fine to the municipality.