Palestinians fighting Palestinians using Youtube

Gertz, Bill
November 2007
Geo-Strategy Direct;11/7/2007, p9
This article focuses on a report issued by the U.S. government, which revealed that supporters of Palestinian factions Fatah and HAMAS have made increasing use of the popular video sharing site YouTube to post video aimed at discrediting their rivals or promoting their own organization. Hamas forums revealed that the groups members use YouTube as a key tool in their anti-Fatah propaganda campaign. The popular video sharing Web site is used by both factions to distribute propaganda and expose the activities of their rival groups.


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