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Arab communication platforms witnessed outrage, after a tweet by Saudi writer Abdullah Al-Fawzan commented on a video clip of a displaced girl shivering from the cold in the Syrian camps in the city of Azaz in the Aleppo countryside.
The eighth bulletin – your publication (1/3/2022) monitored what Al-Fawzan wrote, who said in his tweet, “The results of their Arab Spring.”
Activists re-circulated several old tweets to Fozan from the Syrian revolution, and how they changed, as activist Omar Al-Tar published pictures of a number of the writer’s old tweets and commented on them by saying, “When one turns a supporter of a cause, for not supporting it or gloating about it by being contradictory and hypocritical, or for his personal interests, or what Put it!”
Al-Fawzan had praised the sacrifice of the Syrian people in one of his tweets in 2013, in which he said, “Snow kills two displaced Syrian children in Jordan. The price of freedom is high, Syrian people, and thank you to the Arab watching peoples.”
The writer Qutaiba Al-Yasin, Al-Fawzan, demanded silence. He said, “Can’t you say the results of Bashar’s barrels? Ok, be silent, according to what your prophet said, and you put (A.D) on your name!”
Abeer Al-Shakhra was surprised by what she said was gloating from Al-Fawzan, and she tweeted, “What is this way, the camels, Doctor Abdullah, and if you did not mean to offend, but the tweet hides the gloating of the child, shivering from the cold, bloody heart and crying eye, and she needs you moral sympathy, which is the weakest of faith. Not to express your opinion with a mockery of their spring, which was crushed by the tyrant with international blessing.
Khaled Al-Barman replied that Al-Fawzan’s tweet was a warning against being lost. He said, “What is gloating is a warning against falling into the trap of countries and terrorist organizations claiming that what they are doing in Arab countries is an Arab Spring. While it is real blood, displacement and loss… As for the child, if it was in the hands of the child. Otherwise, we have our hands to hold it and warm it in our hearts, and our hearts are squeezed for their sake, so they understand.. as he said: The product of their Arab Spring.”