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In this photo made available Tuesday March 29, 2011 by Israeli Minister of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs shows a Facebook page calling on Palestinians to take up arms against Israel. Facebook removed the page on Tuesday following a high-profile Israeli appeal. The page, titled "Third Palestinian Intifada," had more than 350,000 fans before it was taken down. It called on Palestinians to take to the streets after Friday prayers on May 15 and to begin an uprising. "Judgment Day will be brought upon us only once the Muslims have killed all of the Jews," a quote from the page reads. (AP Photo/Israeli Minister of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs) NO SALES
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In this photo made available Tuesday March 29, 2011 by Israeli Minister of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs shows a Facebook page calling on Palestinians to take up arms against Israel. Facebook removed the page on Tuesday following a high-profile Israeli appeal. The page, titled "Third Palestinian Intifada," had more than 350,000 fans before it was taken down. It called on Palestinians to take to the streets after Friday prayers on May 15 and to begin an uprising. "Judgment Day will be brought upon us only once the Muslims have killed all of the Jews," a quote from the page reads. (AP Photo/Israeli Minister of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs) NO SALES

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