Obama could not be contacted at the time of attack on his social media tools but activists say he was steaming mad

Obama’s Propaganda Platform Under the Feet of the Syrian Electronic Army

October 29, 2013 Arabi Souri 3

Barak Hussein Obama, once known as the king of social media, has plummeted to the level of having an approval rating of only 37% bringing his average rating below that of Nixon’s and making him the fifth most unpopular president in American history and rapidly falling. Furthermore, as evidence of the stress of running failing war against Syria, the embattled Obama [Continue reading…]

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western mainstream propaganda outlets falling

April 30, 2013 Arabi Souri 3

On Monday 29 April 2013 at 20:30 British Summer Time, The Guardian posts an article titled “The Syrian Electronic Army: Bashar al-Assad’s shadow warriors” (link) about the Syrian Electronic Army claiming that “According to defectors from inside its ranks, the group moved last year from Damascus to a secret base in Dubai“.

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SEA Twitter Account

Twitter Punishes Syrian Electronic Army

April 20, 2013 Arabi Souri 8

Twitter Inc, the micro-blogging company has suspended the account of the Syrian Electronic Army, a group of pro Syria and anti-NATO intervention in their country today 20 April 2013. The account had 17,365 Tweets and 11,720 Followers when it was closed. The suspension of SEA account came almost the same time some of the United State large cable network CBS Twitter [Continue reading…]

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SEA Hacks AL Website

Syrian Electronic Army Hacks The Arab League Website

March 26, 2013 Arabi Souri 1

SEA, The Syrian Electronic Army, a group of patriotic Syrian activists online, hacked into the Arab League website the moment the Qatar controlled league handed Syria’s seat to the Qatari manufactured opposition and left them the following message message: ‘Bashar Al Assad President of the Syrian Arab Republic To the Arabic League chief the international judge After you accepted for [Continue reading…]

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