We looked inside some of the tweets by @hwaida_saad and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
That's a 78% increase in the number of heads of state and national governments on Twitter from 2011. Which means Twitter is taking over the world. And we're ok with that.
From #Lebanon we are joined by the voice of @hwaida_saad, who has a heartwarming wish for everyone. "I would like to pass all my respect to the unknown female journalists, who are working nonstop to spread the world with stories from different parts of the world..." https://t.co/o7mo2jRqsB
فتاة تفترش الطريق على أوتوستراد #الدورة.. "مش هيك #لبنان بينذل" انتشر فيديو لفتاة وهي تفترش الطريق على أوتوستراد الدورة، وذلك احتجاجاً على الوضع المتردي في لبنان. وتقول في الفيديو "الدولار 11 ألف وإنتو مش هاممكن، مش هيك لبنان بينذل". https://t.co/8MeFXPGUiz
Important detail here from @marcowenjones: misspellings of hashtags are used to "push push pro-Saudi messages critical of the United States, getting the misspellings to trend on Twitter within the kingdom". https://t.co/NmyFrbjzy8
National slogan for the vaccination campaign is #NoWasta (no nepotism/favouritism). #Lebanon’s MPs decide to get their +75 members vaccinated in parliament overriding national platform. Meanwhile, MoPH upset few hospitals vaccinated registered 75+ walk-ins during non-busy days.
The judge had spent months compiling information on what contributed to the Aug. 4 explosion in Beirut's port, one of the biggest non-nuclear blasts of all time. Now he's been removed and a replacement may have to start all over. @NYTBen @hwaida_saad https://t.co/FPa7YGXAwU