Latest update: March 23rd, 2014
When Erdogan tried to ban Twitter and spectacularly failed, it reminded me of everyone (no names please) who put pressure on PM Netanyahu to apologize to Turkey for killing their terrorist that came our way.
Someone suggested that we should shut down the SMS and cellular phone service in Gaza after the threatening (but hilariously misspelled) messages Hamas sent out yesterday.
But I disagree.
The actions and words of Erdogan and Hamas reveal who we are dealing with, without us needing to lift a finger.
The picture above (source unknown) is making its way around the twittersphere (is that a word?). It the Google DNS address everyone in Turkey is using to bypass Erdogan’s ban. It’s being painted on buildings all across Turkey.
By the way, in case Twitter doesn’t work out, there’s always Whatsapp.
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