Facebook and Twitter have recently deleted thousands of posts, pages and accounts in response to demands from the Israeli ministry of justice, Quds Press reported on Wednesday.
"We succeeded to achieve our goals as around 70 per cent of our demands [to delete Facebook and Twitter content] were fulfilled," Israeli Minister of Justice Ayelet Shaked said, according to Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth.
She also added: "We succeeded to delete incitement contents calling for death and violence across the internet."
During a meeting she held to discuss "fighting incitement and shameful content on social media" three-days ago, Shaked reiterated Israel's "cooperation with Facebook, Twitter and google regarding the violent electronic Palestinian incitement".
Shaked claimed that when internet incitement decreased, the attacks on Israelis decreased.
"This proves that there is a direct relationship between internet incitement and violence in Israel," she said.