Social media and Cyberwarfare

Social networks demonstrate enormous power as tools for ideological change. With the development of the Internet age, it has become the consensus of many countries to attach importance to cyberspace and use social media to launch cyber warfare.

In the military operations against terrorist forces in Syria, the Russian army has given full play to the power of media and public opinion, always occupying the moral high ground, adhering to the justice, legitimacy and legality of military operations, constantly influencing the trend of international society and public opinion, and winning international public opinion support. As a result, negative voices have been greatly reduced, and international public opinion often shows a tendency to support Russia, which cooperates with battlefield operations.

So far, the Israel Defense Forces has accounts on nearly 10 of the most popular social media platforms in the West, and simultaneously pushes information in 6 languages. It has more than 571 million followers on world-renowned social media and more than 146 million followers on Twitter. The Israeli military spokesperson emphasized that releasing accurate and authoritative information at the first time is the prerequisite for preventing rumors and eliminating negative influences. In terms of gradually integrating into military combat operations, focusing on external publicity to display the image of troops, and releasing information to guide international public opinion, social media has highlighted the advantages of integrated power and efficient interaction.

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