🇦🇪 Sky News and Al Arabiya along with almost news platforms gave increased coverage for Bolton visit reporting instant updates.
🇶🇦 International Media, especially the ones with Arabic sections, published one or more stories to cover the news of Qatar representation to the GCC summit.
🇶🇦 Few Twitter accounts with location set to Qatar claimed there is a wave of increased anger between Qatar citizens against the teenager action taken by Tamim adding that hashtags such as "الشعب_يبايع_تميم_المجد" are part of the cover-up tactics.
🇧🇭 According to the chatter over the past two days, there is an increase in security checkpoints around Sitra along with few reported arrests.
🇾🇪 Houthi media claimed the three summits are being held in Mekka due to fear of the Yemeni ballistic missiles adding that neither the king nor MBS can guarantee security.
🇸🇦 Social media users in Saudi Arabia praised the kingdom "diplomatic" move in showing the Iranian drones and missiles used by Al Houthi.
🇸🇦 There is a focus among Saudi political influencers on a Qatari role against the Arabs of Ahwaz.
🇮🇷 British media reported that Facebook has shut down a few Iranian based pages speaking in Arabic and targeting Saudi citizens.
🇶🇦 Qataris used the news of the Qatari flight to Saudi Arabia as a victory round, praising the power of their Emir, and wishing him good luck.
🇸🇦 The Saudis replied negatively to Mohammad alSowaidi tweet announcing he is part of the Qatari delegation to the summits.
Twitter users created 231k tweets, including 102k (44%) retweets and 48k (21%) replies. The majority of the tweets 67% came from males. Nearly half (46%) of the tweets were in Arabic, 41% in English, 4% in Urdu, 2% in Tagalog, and 1% in Tamil.
The hashtag that started yesterday during the hashtag war between Qataris and Saudis continued to trend all day long, generating a total of 3453 tweets.
72% of the tweets using the hashtag originated from Qatar, 9% from Saudi Arabia, 6% from London, 3% from the United Arab Emirates, and 2% from Yemen.
The hashtag is used in less than 1% of all tweets coming from Qatar, with the many posting pictures of Qatar emir and the royal family.
The hashtag trended briefly in Qatar but remained to trend for over 4 hours in Saudi Arabia. With none of the 1600 tweets originated from Qatar, most probably Twitter trended the hashtag in Qatar before realising, there was no engagement.
87% of the tweets originated from Saudi Arabia, with some tweets against the hashtag, stating the two nations are one country, and others posting reminders about the importance of the guardians.
Other trends today:
#اطلب_من_رفيق: Rafeeq is a food delivery mobile app. Users were upraising the initiative on being pure Qatari.
180 tweets worldwide; 110 tweets from Qatar
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Fars: ايران وقطر تزيلان عقبات التعاون التجاري
Soshals: استطلاع للرأي يحمل الأسد مع روسيا وإيران مسؤولية تدمير سوريا
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