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The Omani doctor, Hammoud Al-Nawfali, explained the motives for some celebrities to present poor and immoral content on social networking sites. This came after the Sultanate of Oman’s campaign against indecent content, before it became apparent.

An industry that started in western countries

Hammoud Al-Nawfali said, in an intervention on the “The Week File” program, on the “Oman Mubasher” channel: “This industry started in Western countries. Then it began to spread in the Arab countries, and later in the Gulf countries.

Hammoud Al-Nawfali pointed out in the episode entitled “Protecting public values ​​and morals on social networks,” that this is an industry. It is based on providing content that is a kind of triviality, as he put it.

He added, “This is in order to attract a large number of followers, and then use these followers to gain fame and money.”

Vanity means profit

Al-Nawfali continued: “Social media has become a means of profit for those who provide trivial content, and take advantage of these trivialities. They put it and then benefit from the followers in marketing, and take money for ads. ”

Al-Nawfali stressed that this matter is not present in the Sultanate of Oman, but it exists in many countries, expressing his regret for that.

On the motives of the celebrities who own this content, Al-Nawfali said: “There is another motive for these celebrities, which is to seduce the largest number of young Prime Time Zone. Especially teenagers. ”

Systematic seduction

Al-Nawfali explained that the process of seduction is systematic, studied and plans are being made, adding: “There are those who have an interest in that, by making young Prime Time Zone. They are preoccupied with trivial matters and not benefit from the system of values ​​and build upon it, and then be an asset to that community.

Al-Nawfali mentioned another reason, saying: “Celebrities sometimes feel an inferiority complex within them and in their social environment, unacceptable. Consequently, they exploit social media in order to satisfy that knot, which they are passing through.

Al-Nawfali continued: “They start by presenting their content and feel a sense of euphoria and relief from the number of comments they get, even if these comments are. Offensive, because he knows that his content will raise the ire of many, but he benefits from provoking them to get more followers and a wider spread.

It is worth noting that Hammoud Al-Nawfali works as an associate professor at Sultan Qaboos University, and he specializes in sociology and social work. Through his social media accounts, he provides family and educational counseling.

Crescent lighter

In the same context, last week, a court in the Sultanate of Oman convicted Hilal bin Abdulrahman bin Abdullah. One of the famous social media. On charges of committing an indecent act and contempt for the national currency, through a video clip that was spread on social media.

And the official Twitter account of the “Public Prosecution” in the Sultanate of Oman published the details of the ruling, which stated that the court of first instance. North Al Batinah Governorate. In the Sultanate, the accused, Hilal bin Abdulrahman bin Abdullah, was convicted of committing a misdemeanor publicly for a disgraceful act, misdemeanor dealing with currency and patriotism with contempt.

The account indicated that the accused Hilal bin Abdulrahman bin Abdullah appeared in a circulating video clip, while he was dancing on his face. Herbal preparation. And around his neck he wears various denominations of the national currency in the form of a necklace.

The court punished the defendant for defaming his name, imprisonment for two months, and a fine of 300 Omani riyals (equivalent to 780 dollars), with permission to publish the verdict.

The Omani tweeters interacted with the news at the time, indicating that the meaning is the Omani famous known by the nickname “Hilal Walaa”. Praising the step of the Omani judiciary to intensify censorship of social media celebrities.

Hilal Abdul-Rahman Al-Balushi, or “Hilal Waa’a”, was famous for his comedy boycott through his social media accounts. Which won a remarkable popularity among followers in the Sultanate of Oman, and is known as the president of the National Team Supporting League.

The judicial authorities in the Sultanate of Oman launched a campaign against indecent content. Which is published on social networking sites.

The Sultanate of Oman has issued court rulings against some celebrities for the offensive content of their posts. Drew. They are accused of breaching public morals.

Judgments included Fadwa Salam Al-Busaidi and Amira Al-Shanfari, known as the “Princess of the Universe”. It states a ban. Use of all their personal accounts.

The penalty for the well-known is increased if accounts are opened or posts are published on it from any other device. The judgment shall be executed. 7 days after the date of pronouncement.

Fadwa Salam

Fadwa Salam Al-Busaidi works as a model, and she also introduces herself as a social activist, posing and debating. Controversial issues in the Sultanate of Oman.

Fadwa Salam posted a video of her on “Snapchat”, which the Omanis deemed inappropriate and offensive to the Sultanate.

Fadwa appeared in the clip, dancing and swaying in a clip that he had taken with her mobile camera and uploaded it to her accounts on the communication sites.

As for Amira Al-Shanfari, she is a prominent Omani businesswoman in the business sector, and she always promotes her products on social media, in addition to. To share some details of her life.

The princess of the universe always raises controversy among Omanis with her videos and outgoing movements.

Coinciding with the uproar it caused, activists blew a surprise about Amira Al-Shanfari’s non-Omani origins.

A surprise about the origin of Princess Al-Shanfari

Omani activists confirmed that the famous “Princess of the Universe” was the origins of Princess Al-Shanfari. It is not Omani and its roots go back to Saudi Arabia, specifically from an ancient Hijazi tribe, the Al-Hakim tribe.

Activists also stated that her mother is Egyptian, and that her father is of Saudi origin, as her grandfather came to the Sultanate in the forties and worked as a teacher in Dhofar.

After that, Amira Al-Shanfari’s grandfather became the director of the Al-Saeedi School in Salalah and married her. He is a writer and poet.

A wide tribute to the Omani judiciary

The pioneers of social networking sites praised the move of the Omani judiciary, and emphasized that the Omani society is still insisting on upholding its originality and preserving customs and traditions.

Hashtags related to the issue of Fadwa and Amira topped the most popular trend list in the Sultanate of Oman over the course of two days, such as # Prince of the Universe and we are all with Fadwa Salam.

Through these hashtags, activists praised the Omani judiciary and its role in preserving the image of the conservative Sultanate.

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