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Bin Salman Practices Unprecedented Brutality against Opponents

In report, by Jacob Silverman published by The New Republic, Saudi Arabia, in contrast to its declared image as reform-minded…

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Saudi Arab

Saudi kingdom invest billions of dollars in Social Media

Over the past few years, the Saudi kingdom has invested billions of dollars in social media. The kingdom’s passion for…

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ISIS Religious and Extremist Propaganda on Social Media

Terrorism is one of the biggest challenges in our world. After 9/11 terrorist attack in USA, a war against terrorism…

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World

Twitter permanently suspends Trump’s account citing risk of more violence

Twitter Inc has that it has permanently suspended US President Donald Trump’s account, citing the risk of further incitement of…

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Iran

US Republican senators urge Twitter to ban Ayatollah Khamenei, Javad Zarif

A group of US Republican senators have called on Twitter to suspend the accounts of Leader of the Islamic Revolution…

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Iraq

Twitter suspends Israeli reporter’s account after post on US casualties in Iran attack

Twitter has suspended the account of a journalist for Israeli newspaper Haaretz after he reported that hundreds of American soldiers…

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Middle East

Twitter Suspends Syrian Presidency Account after Broadcasting Assad Interview

Twitter on Monday temporarily suspended the account of Syrian Presidency after it broadcasted an interview with President Bashar Assad conducted…

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Iran

Facebook closed Arabic page of Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei

US-based social media company Facebook has reportedly closed the Arabic-language page of Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali…

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Saudi Arab

Saudi Arabia killed another journalist, Twitter played a role: Report

Twitter has reportedly provided Saudi Arabia with information about a dissident journalist who died as a result of torture while…

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Saudi Arab

Twitter workers charged with spying on Saudi critics at Riyadh order

The Saudi Arabian government has reportedly recruited two Twitter employees to get personal account information on some of their critics,…

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