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Election of Miss Lebanon Occupies The Arab Recruits

    Shiimaa Mohamed
    By Shiimaa Mohamed

    Categories: Arts & Entertainment


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    Election of Miss Lebanon Occupies The Arab Recruits

    Many issues have been stopped for users of social networking sites in the Arab world, such as the Miss Lebanon 2018 election, the Arab Planters' Hashtag sweeping through Twitter, and rising fuel prices in Oman.

    We start from Lebanon, where the social networking sites in the Arab world were caught in the crowning glory of Miss Lebanon 2018, in which Maya Ra'idi won the title.

    Hashtag spread to a number of Arab countries, including Lebanon, Egypt, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Bahrain, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates.

    A number of famous artists and politics celebrities hailed the Miss Lebanon ceremony, notably Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil: "Congratulations Maya Reidi Miss Lebanon 2018 ... We are proud of you and we are confident that you are the best to carry the message of good and beauty from Tannourine, Batroun, and Lebanon to the world. Entire".

    From Miss Lebanon to the group of Arab vegetarians, where Hastagg invaded the gathering of Arab plants social networking sites, many of the vegetarians in solidarity with the Hashtag and participation.

    The story began when a user on Twitter was chirping: "I would like to gather Arab vegetarians and share our experiences, places of alternative products and best species."

    The story of the tweets, some of them recounted his reasons for becoming a vegetarian, gave them health benefits to the human body when he was a vegetarian.

    In contrast, other vegetarians objected to the concept of being vegetarians who published many meat pictures using the same.

    And finally to Oman and to the fuel pricing for October 2018 in the Sultanate and the prices that will be put into operation at the gas stations starting from Monday, October 1, 2018, in all the provinces and mandates of the Sultanate of Oman.

    Omanis launched October fuel, the country's most popular list of Hachtagat, with more than 9,000 tweets, denouncing a rise in prices.