The two social media companies have started sharing data on Israel’s Israeli activists, which are used to promote their businesses, and the networks of the Israeli government, to help the companies understand the country, according to people familiar with the matter.
In addition to sharing data, Facebook and Facebook Messenger have also started to engage with activists on social media platforms in Israel, which has become a hotspot for activism by Israelis in the wake of the wave of anti-Semitic violence in the country in recent weeks, these people said.
Facebook’s goal is to help activists and activists organize, and it has hired some activists to help in its efforts.
Facebook has a number of Israeli employees and activists on its team.
The company is also considering hiring activists for its next wave of hiring, said a person familiar with Facebook’s plans.
Netanyahu has said that Facebook’s actions will help Israel better fight anti-Semitism and other forms of hate.
He has accused the social media company of promoting extremism.
In May, Facebook shut down its Israel operations, which had previously helped promote Facebook events.
The social media giant later removed its advertising from Israeli events, which critics say are a way for Facebook to try to silence anti-Israel activists.
Netayahu, who is known for her outspoken support of the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel, has also been a vocal critic of Facebook.
The group has repeatedly called for the boycott of Facebook, which they say is not supporting their campaigns.
In January, Netayahu and others took to the streets in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to demand the resignation of the social networking company’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, who they believe has been responsible for the company’s decision to shut down Israeli operations.
Netayanu and others also called on Zuckerberg to resign from Facebook.
Zuckerberg responded by calling the Netayans a “cancer” and “fringe” group of activists who should be marginalized and shunned.
Netawahu was one of the most vocal voices against Facebook’s decision and called for Zuckerberg to step down.
Zuckerberg was initially supportive of Netayau and his calls for Zuckerberg’s resignation, but he later told her to shut up.
In July, Netawahu took to Facebook and called on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to quit.
She wrote on Facebook, “If Zuckerberg is not resigning from Facebook, then I will leave the country,” which was later deleted.
Facebook has been accused of fostering an anti-Israeli climate in Israel and is widely viewed as being anti-Palestinian.
Netanayahu is the third prominent Israeli leader to publicly criticize Facebook, after former Prime Minister Ehud Barak and former Labor Party leader Avigdor Lieberman.
The Facebook and WhatsApp campaigns will help companies understand their users, according the people.
The two companies are already using data to improve their services in Israel to help people connect with Israeli leaders and businesses.
Facebook already has more than 1.5 million Israeli users, and its Messenger app has a similar reach in Israel.
Facebook is also working on a platform to bring more Israeli companies to the platform, the people said, adding that the company is considering adding Israeli tech firms.
Facebook, which also operates a number to Palestinian activists in Israel that are used by activists to disseminate their content, is also looking into using Israeli technology companies to connect with the Palestinian community in the United States, the person said.