Bezeq Fires Employee Who “Likes” Terror

YERUSHALAYIM -

The giant Israeli telecommunications company Bezeq has fired an employee for allegedly supporting Hamas and terrorism, according to media reports.

A letter of dismissal he showed to reporters accuses him of “using a poster of the terror organization of Hamas announcing the ‘shahid’ deaths of the two terrorists who committed a terror attack at a synagogue in Har Nof” to decorate his online postings.

“Moreover, you expressed support on and ‘liked’ the picture of the terrorist, a member of our company, who also murdered innocent people in an attack,” referring to Ala al-Jamal, Bezeq worker who murdered a man in a terror attack in Yerushalayim.

The Bezeq employee denied the charges, and claimed that his 6-year-old son was responsible for the offensive activity.

However, the results of a polygraph test indicate he lied. He said the polygraph was wrong.