BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:20 P.M.) – The Twitter account belonging to the Syrian Presidency was once again suspended.

Twitter users that attempted to access the account were given a message stating, “Caution: This account is temporarily restricted.”

Once the message was bypassed, the account would appear suspended; however, it would later be restored, with the same caution message still appearing when trying to access it.

Last month, the Syrian President’s Twitter account was suspended and later restored. The reason for its suspension was never stated.

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Stern Daler
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Stern Daler
2020-01-04 14:44

US free speech at work.

p.s. They better block the Trump troll.

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2020-01-05 15:52
Reply to  Stern Daler

At the same time, why permanently lambasting USA and signing in US media channels like Twitter, Facebook, etc?
It’s a bit odd that Assad or Khamenei have Twitter channels while they openly hate the Yankees. Khamenei even blocks Iranians from using Twitter while himself is a user… Isn’t it a bit hypocritical from them?

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2020-01-05 19:30
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@death 2, Twitter, Facebook, etc are private firms. Would You also suggest that they stop using a PC or browser because they are US made or are based on US patents?

Gryz
Gryz
2020-01-05 21:31
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His binary mind and regular dreams of witnessing nuclear mushrooms appearing all over Iran and killing every single Iranian are reminiscent of his inaptitude to think with any degree of complexity or nuance, hence his supposition that everybody else thinks like him. Indeed it goes likes “anyone being opposed to a given US political class should outright disqualify the whole country and its productions” and retract to a cave, like him. 43% of lead scientists behind NASA Projects are Iranian expatriates, should the State Dept. now drop all their associated project as well, just like they dumbly thought they could… Read more »

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2020-01-06 04:40
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@Gryz, right – US attitude and embargoes are totally insane. And we’ d be daft to go along like our French friend.

p.s. Aspartame was discovered in 1965 by James M. Schlatter, a chemist working for G.D. Searle & Company in US.

Gryz
Gryz
2020-01-05 20:48
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Maybe because contrary to you and your dreams of nuclear mushrooms exploding all over Iran, they know how to make a difference between conceptual layers of the American universe and not disqualify every bit of what this country is about outright without distinction just because of its corrupt political class ? like I condemn their neocon, evangelist right-wing political class and the international state terrorism and abuse that the CIA has been orchestrating everywhere around the globe ever since 1945 while I’m actually in love with much of their music , games, movies and main East-Coast cities such as Boston,… Read more »

Sweet Robert
Sweet Robert
2020-01-04 03:48

Well Assad is in good company. Many antiwar accounts have been suspended also. Powers that be are so fragile they can not Tolerate any discourse.Truth is the mirror and they dare not gaze. It must be terrifying to discover your a retched miserable monster and no longer a human being but the face of evil itself.