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YouTube suspends Iranian Foreign Ministry account for anti-Israel video

Iran International reports that this is the latest in a string of efforts by Google to clamp down on anti-Israeli incitement by Iran-linked accounts across its platforms.

Israel and Iran. (Photo: Stigura20/Shutterstock)

YouTube suspended the account of the Iranian Foreign Ministry due to its uploading of an anti-Israel video entitled "Resistance, the Only Option for Palestine," according to Iran International.

According to Iran International, this is but the latest in efforts by tech companies to crack down on anti-Israeli incitement linked to Iran across platforms such as YouTube, Blogger, and Google+.


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