Saudi writer Wafa Al-Rasheed sparked a wave of anger among the pioneers of social networking sites in her country, with a tweet she posted on “Twitter” that she retracted and deleted an apology at a later time.
Al-Rasheed wrote: “The Bayou writes a red line at home, sleeping without work or work, and at night at rest, he discusses the Al-Faisal match with cooperation! A dependence on his family and the homeland.”
Wafa al-Rasheed mocked the unemployed who writes in the Bayo #Home_Red Line
This is an incitement for the unemployed against their state and their wise leadership.
– ?? ?? ?? ?? (@ Ehsas0506) January 28, 2021
The tweet caused angry reactions from a number of tweeters, who brought it to a specific person, which forced her to delete the tweet and apologize, as she said: “I tweeted a tweet and found deplorable reactions to its content, and God knows that I did not mean what they understood from it nor offend anyone, The expression betrayed me without arrogance and I did not succeed in formulating it, and I apologize to those I think that I offended him, because it is not in my nature to offend anyone, and I do not find in my apology something that I am ashamed of .. I have deleted it based on the aforementioned.
For his part, Prince Abd al-Rahman bin Musaed re-posted her apology through his Twitter account, commenting by saying: “An apology that I see frank and courageous because it is often difficult for us to apologize frankly and without arrogance when we make a mistake .. We are all vulnerable to mistakes and until the expression betrays him .. Thank you Dr. Wafa. “
I see a frank and courageous apology because it is often difficult for us to apologize frankly and without stubbornness when we make mistakes..We are all vulnerable to mistakes and until the expression betrays … Thank you, Dr. Wafa https://t.co/dxVCFlCMrE
– Abdulrahman bin Musaed bin Abdulaziz (@abdulrahman) January 29, 2021
Source: Saudi media