Facebook ratings dropped to 2.5 on Google Playstore!

Facebook ratings have significantly dropped on Google Play and App stores amid days of Israeli airstrikes targeting innocent Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. People have been talking about this all over the globe now. How the Israeli atrocities are questioning the Human Rights violations all at once.

People are also accusing Facebook of supporting Israel and its occupation of Palestinian territories and have called for a boycott of the social media giant over what they call its biased policy on the Palestine issue. Many complained that Facebook has deleted their shared content. Some complained that their content on Instagram has been banned. Meanwhile, some said it suspended their accounts for sharing such content.

The current rating of Facebook on Google Playstore

The Facebook application currently has a rating of 2.5 on the Google Play store. On Apple’s App store, the web-based media giant has a rating of 2.4. It has dropped from 4.5 in the course of recent days. Individuals rate cell phone applications on these stores dependent on their presentation and administration services. The web-based media giant experienced harsh criticism for giving fake 76 million “likes” to a page named ‘Jerusalem Prayer Team’ without consent. The page intended to blue-pencil the Palestinian story.

The social media platform apparently gave likes to the page from the profiles of people who were not aware of its existence. The decline in Facebook ratings comes amid continuing Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip. At least 213 Palestinians, including 61 children, have been killed in the attacks.

The app store shows over 5,000,000,000+ installs and 115,640,972 feedback currently. This huge number shows ratings of 2.6 as people are reported giving only ‘1 star’ on different social media forums claiming unfair justice and clear inequality.

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Muslims all around the world are supporting their Palestinian brothers and sisters and marching for them in solidarity for their own land.