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In 2013, numerous hashtags and social media campaigns by Muslim Brotherhood opponents depicted the group's members and supporters as sheep.
Bhagat and Kalash told Al-Monitor that the reference to sheep was intended to reflect the herd mentality of people “republishing posts without thinking,” not a dig at the Brotherhood or any other organization.
“These initiatives could face a fierce battle from the media if [as news organization they] began exposing inaccurate news from the [competing] media institutions, not just rumors spread on social networking sites [as they are now doing],” he said.
is an Egyptian journalist working as newsroom assistant manager for Al-Shorouk.
Egyptian social media is a hub of false information ranging from the deliberate bending of facts, unconfirmed and unconfirmable rumors, barely supported, behind-the-scenes allegations and conspiracy theories. “We aim to raise people’s awareness and make them see that not all the stories or news [in circulation] are true, especially if published without a source.” The website stresses, “[Team members] do not belong to any political trend nor are they affiliated with any official or informal body.
Trying to sift through it all is a Herculean task, but that is precisely what “Da Begad? All members of the team are volunteers.” The truth-seeking initiative launched in April 2013, when Hani Bahgat, an IT engineer, woke to find his Facebook timeline filled with rumors being passed among his friends.
Sometimes the volunteers choose which news to address, while at other times followers request that they check the validity of a story, rumor or photograph. ” has more than a million followers on Facebook and a hefty archive.Treating other people with integrity and respect is a sign of a believer. When you take it up with your tongues, uttering with your mouths something of which you have no knowledge, you deem it a light matter. Let not some men among you laugh at others; it may be that the (latter) are better than the (former).It is not permissible for a Muslim to spread rumors, gossip, or engage in backbiting of another person. Nor let some women laugh at others; it may be that the (latter are better than the (former).Those behind the initiative say they intend to legally register it as a press organization. ” has encouraged other similar initiatives, mostly organized by young people, such as “Matsda2sh” (Don't Believe), with a quarter of a million followers, and “Falsoo” (Fake), with close to 100,000 followers.The Jordanian site “Fatabyyano” (Investigate) has more than half a million followers on Facebook.