Male nude photography in Israel, 2017
Male nude photos are still being published online.
However, in recent months, some of the images have been removed.
The photo of a man sitting on a chair at a Jerusalem cafe is one of the most popular on the internet, as it has drawn thousands of hits.
The image has also been removed by the Israeli government.
The owner of the photo, a 30-year-old man, said he took the picture in October last year and it was removed by Facebook in March.
He said he could not find the original image and his wife took the photo and it had been deleted.
The government has issued new guidelines for the use of private property and has taken action against several photographers who have published nude photos on their websites.
A new law requires all private businesses to be licensed and registered, and permits people to be arrested for publishing photos on social media.
In March, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the ban on nude photographs, including on social networking sites, saying it was not legal and would violate the right to privacy.
The ban, which came into effect on March 20, prohibits photos of male nude or semi-nude models, which were found to be indecent under the law, and prohibits photos depicting a male in public, or the genitals of a male.
It was unclear if the new regulations will apply to male nude photos posted on Facebook.
A Facebook spokeswoman said the company was not aware of any new regulations affecting nude photos and that Facebook has the right and responsibility to remove photos that violate our terms of service.