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Ghazi Gheblawi

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غازي القبلاوي عن مواقع التواصل الاجتماعي والثورة الليبية

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جدلية: ما هي أكثر الخواص إمتاعاً في خدمة تويتر وإرسال التغريدات؟ غازي القبلاوي: إنها حرية كتابة أفكارك دونما محددات كثيرة، نحوية كانت أو لغوية، إضافة إلى الطبيعة المختصرة لتويتر والتي تجعل من المهم للشخص أن يصوغ أفكاره بأسلوب غاية في الاختصار، والتركيز، والتثقيف. الخاصية الأخرى هي أن أغلب الحواجز الاجتماعية، والثقافية، والاجتماعية-الاقتصادية تختفي نسبيا على صفحات التويتر، حيث يمكن للناس من مختلف الخلفيات والثقافات أن يتواصلوا مع بعضهم بغض النظر عن المركز أو المكانة ...

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Ghazi Gheblawi on Social Media and the Libyan Uprising

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[This post is part of an ongoing Profile of a Contemporary Conduit series on Jadaliyya that seeks to highlight prominent voices in and from the Middle East and North Africa.] Jadaliyya: What do you think are the most gratifying aspects of Tweeting and Twitter? Ghazi Gheblawi: The freedom to write your thoughts without many restrictions, whether they are grammatical or linguistic, and the concise nature of Twitter, make it important to form ideas and thoughts in a very ...

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Bio

 

 

Gheblawi is an author, blogger and activist, born in Libya 1975, where he studied medicine. He has been living and working in the UK since 2002.

He co-founded and worked as cultural editor for Libya Alyoum (Libya Today) online newspaper since 2004 until 2009 (www.libya-alyoum.com).

He continues to be active through his – award winning – cultural blog (Imtidad) focusing on cultural and social issues in Libya and the Arab world, and also founded and presented Imtidad cultural podcast, promoting Libyan and Arabic culture, literature and arts. (www.imtidad-blog.com and www.imtidadpodcast.com)

As an author he has published two collections of short stories in Arabic, and poems in English in a number of literary publications, and translated literary works from and into Arabic and English.

Currently he founded and is the editor of el-Kaf online newspaper focusing in Libyan current affairs and news reports www.el-kaf.com