An argument erupted between a journalist and the official account of Japan speaking Arabic on Twitter

Posted December 27, 2021 by fyical

A controversy occurred between the writer in the Qatari newspaper, Al-Sharq, Faisal Mohammed, and the official account of Japan, which speaks the Arabic language.
Writer and journalist Faisal Mohammed wrote an article in the Qatari newspaper Al Sharq entitled “Japan from Destruction to Reconstruction.” The article was seen and read by a large number of readers, up to 125,000. The students called "The Path to Ethics", and added that in Japan, students from the primary to the third year of middle school are not allowed to "fail" school tests, and added in his article that in Japan, the use of mobile phones in indoor places is not allowed to respect "not disturbing others" and is placed The phone is in a silent mode, which they have called “ethics.” He also mentioned that public transportation, such as buses and public trains in Japan, the rate of delay per year does not exceed approximately 10 seconds, meaning less than one minute, and after the article was published in the official account of the Qatari newspaper Al Sharq on Twitter, an account Japan in the official Arabic that the article of the writer Faisal Mohammed seems that the article needs to be scrutinized and reviewed in several points that have been and are being circulated about #Japan and many of them have been denied before under the hashtag #myths_ from_japan.

The response to the official Japan account in Arabic resulted in a wave of different responses. Writer Faisal Muhammad responded to the tweet of the official Japan account in Arabic by thanking them, saying, “Thank you for reading the article and the free propaganda. My message is to infer the moral model and the development of the Japanese people in general, and if everyone who read the article and benefited from the moral message What I wanted to convey, this is a positive thing.. Negation or affirmation does not spoil a friendly issue. Greetings.

Then the official Japan account in Arabic responded to Faisal with a tweet, saying: Thank you, Professor Faisal, and all appreciation for your message. We just draw attention that there are “realistic” examples that match what you referred to in your article, so it is necessary to alert, so that your kind message arrives correctly. Thank you again, all the best and love. Yours sincerely. Faisal Mohammed is a journalist and writer in the Qatari newspaper, Al Sharq, and the number of views of his articles in the Qatari newspaper, Al Sharq, exceeded 290,000 viewers.
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Last Updated December 27, 2021