US State Department Gets Rapid Response with Twitter Account #Egypt

US State Dept. Creates Arabic Twitter Channel

US State Dept 2.0 Response

In the wake of the Egypt’s social media facilitated revolution, the U.S. State Department launched its own Twitter channel to directly communicate in Arabic to the Arabic speaking people and countries. The Twitter channel has just over 500 followers in its first 12 hours.

See their first tweet.

US State Dept. First Arabic Tweet

First Tweet Translated – via Google Translator

Recognized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of America’s
historic role played by social media in the Arab world
and we want to be part of your conversations.”

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