JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli newspaper reported on Friday that one of PM Netanyahu's sons had posted anti-Islamic remarks on his Facebook page. Yair Netanyahu, who is also a soldier in the Israeli army, wrote an anti-Islam statement after a Jewish family was killed in March. Two Palestinians were later charged with killing the young couple and their three children. Haaretz said the posts were deleted after it inquired about them and were no longer visible on Yair Netanyahu's page. David Shimron, a lawyer for the Netanyahu family, did not deny the report but called it a "ridiculous and cynical use of a teenager's comments".