🇶🇦 German WDR released a film highlighting the "human cost" of 2022 World Cup. The reporter used a hidden camera to capture footage of the "real living conditions" stating the government of Qatar controlled and approved the areas they are allowed to film in.
🇦🇪 Al Arabiya dedicated extensive coverage around Al Jazeera Washington Examiner report focusing on the ownership by "The Emir of Stae of Qatar".
🇯🇴 Jordan media claimed the Saudi authorities are going to release Salman al-Ouda along with other clerics.
🇾🇪 The Houthi claimed they downed a drone in Al Sadith area.
🇱🇾 Sputnik reported that the Libyan Army downed a Turkish drone south of Tripoli.
🇸🇦 Users on social media shared screenshots of text messages from STC showing discounts to calls to Sudan. However, these might be part of a year-long offering for none residents.
Yesterday, Twitter users created 242k tweets, including 119k (49%) retweets and 45k (19%) replies. The majority of the tweets 71% came from males. Half (51%) of the tweets were in Arabic, 40% in English, 2% in Tagalog, and 2% in Urdu.
Today, Twitter users created 239.8k tweets, including 111k (46%) retweets and 47.9k (20%) replies. The majority of the tweets 63% came from males. Half (52%) of the tweets were in Arabic, 39% in English, 2% in Tagalog, and 1% Urdu.
Although the majority of the trends today were related to the siege, the topic dominated less than 2% of the total conversation in Qatar.
The siege is mentioned in 20k tweets, including 16k (80%) retweets. The majority of posts including pictures of the Emir and the air show that took place yesterday in Dukhan area.
During the friendly game between Qatar and Brazil, the hashtag #البرازيل_قطر trended, generating 3.5k tweets, including 1k retweets (31%).
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