Google advertises Hamas
Terror organization uses search engine to promote website of its military wing Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades
Terror organizations are advancing their recruitment and public relations methods: Internet surfers who enter the word “Hamas” in Arabic in the Google search engine, will view, in addition to the search results, an AdWord message that links directly to the website of the organization’s military faction Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades.
The link also appears in a search of several other words, such as the “Gaza,” “Palestine,” “Jihad.”
This indicates that a Hamas source has paid Google, the most popular search engine on the web, for the advertisement.
The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades website holds updated and diverse information: Along with news updates stories from the news agencies, the site also publishes interviews with the organization’s leaders.
In one such interview, Hamas member Said Badarna, who is imprisoned in Israel, says, “abductions are the only way to release prisoners being held in Israel.”
Google’s AdWord service offer registered surfers the opportunity to purchase search words and post text messages that are linked to certain websites.
The AdWords also appear in G-mail, Google’s email service, and on other websites on Google’s advertising network Adsense.
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