Twitter Suspended Famous Saudi Whistleblower’s Account That Leaks Saudi Corruption Scandals #Mujtahidd #إغلاق_حساب_مجتهد

6 Mar, 2015

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Twitter is no longer a free speech platform, in fact its leadership has admitted in collaborating with the FBI in relationship to closing Islamic State supporters accounts meaning they will collaborate with the FBI and CIA in any matter.

At ArabCrunch we exposed their collaboration with the FBI/CIA in closing Islamic State(IS) supporters account and keeping wide open fake accounts that claim to support IS but in fact spreading lies and fabricated news about IS aiming to destroy its image.

In a new move that further damage the reputation of Twitter, the company suspended @Mujtahidd account a who man believe is Saudi Royal family insider who used to leak corruption scandals and inner secrets of the Saudi government and the Saudi royal family.

The account had around 1 million follower before it was suspended, and it never violated any Twitter Terms of Service and never called for violence against anyone.

We will try to contact Twitter to see what are their response and up date you here inshallah, but this is unlikely as Twitter PR never responded to our past emails.

Saudi Arabia is an ally to the US government and Saudi prince Waled Bin Talal is an investor in Twitter, which might be the reason behind the suspension of the account.

In response to this suspension that Arabia Twitter users toke to this hashtag #إغلاق_حساب_مجتهد
which translate to #closing_of_mujtahidd-account which now is a trending topic in Saudi Arabia.

As Some activist point out that Twitter is silencing the truth from coming out.

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