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Israel's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tzipi Hotovely, has met with Google's Director of Public Policy, Jennifer Oztzistzki, and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki to discuss the possibility of blocking YouTube videos of the Israel-Palestine conflict.

The meeting took place at Google's Mountain View offices and was requested by the Israeli government, who wants to put a stop to "inflammatory" videos uploaded by regular Palestinians that do nothing but incite more violence or spur people to terrorism.

According to Mr. Hotovely's request, both the Israeli government and Google's and YouTube's staff will be working together to monitor and prevent any videos depicting any kind of violence from being uploaded to YouTube.

Israeli officials blame the escalation of the Israel-Palestine conflict on intense social media promotion by the Palestinian side.

"The daily attacks in Israel are the result of youths and children incited by the education system and the social networks, this is a daily war of incitement," said Hotovely to IMEMC (International Middle East Media Center).


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