How to stop internet down in Israel
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Amid the ongoing power crisis in Israel, the government announced last week that internet service providers in the country will be forced to stop downing their users’ internet connections.
The move comes amid the country’s continuing power crisis and has been met with a wide range of reactions, including condemnation from within Israel.
A number of Israeli citizens have taken to social media to call out the move, pointing out that while internet is essential for the country to function, it is also vital to keep it safe.
However, many others are not so sure, pointing to the fact that internet services were still functioning as of Friday morning, as well as the fact they were still receiving large numbers of calls, emails and tweets from Israelis concerned about the shutdown.
In the latest example, Facebook users in Israel posted an image on their profiles of a message from Facebook, which stated that their service was being disconnected.
The caption read, “Facebook’s internet service is being down.”
This image is accompanied by a caption that reads, “I’m sorry for the inconvenience.
I’m a member of Facebook.
This is the official Facebook message.”
The caption also states, “If you need help, call us at 1-866-323-8800.
We’re here to help.”
The picture was shared on social media by many people, including one user who wrote, “This is a joke, the people who are affected are the ones who live in a country that has not seen this kind of internet outage for over 20 years.
The country is under an economic crisis, but this is still a joke.”
Another user, who goes by the name of Yael, wrote on Facebook that “the power down in the [internet] network is causing serious problems for the citizens of Israel.”
He also added, “The power down is hurting the country.
I feel like it’s a war.”
Another Facebook user, Shlomo, commented, “the people who live here are not allowed to get online and it is causing problems.
They’re all on the internet.
This will have a big impact on the economy.”
Meanwhile, on Twitter, many users took to the site to voice their disapproval of the government’s move, with many saying they will boycott Facebook and Google, citing the fact Facebook and the company are the two main providers of internet in Israel.
“We will not use social networks anymore.
This means we will not be using Google and Facebook,” one user wrote.
Another user posted, “Twitter and Facebook have done a good job, but they are not able to keep their services running,” adding that it was “a shame that it’s all being done in secret.”
Amid the ongoing power crisis in Israel, the government announced last week that internet service providers in the country will…