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While News One is still riding high off of the re-election of President Barack Obama, tensions are being brought to a boil internationally.

The Israel Defense Forces took to Twitter and other social media platforms to make threatening allegations against Hamas officials.

While the conflict between Israel and Palestine has been on going, using social media to broadcast potential warfare is a first.

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Israel Prime Minister Benjamen Netanyahu expressed similar sentiments via his Twitter account.

Two nations use social media to broadcast potential war. Do you think it showcases the power of social media? Or, does it frighten you? Share your thoughts at Guestblogger@interactiveone.com

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