Twitter celebrates the coming of Ramadan

May

29

2017

with the launch of 3 emoticons and hearts for the holy month
holy month of Ramadan is available in a number of Islamic countries around the world.
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Twitter has announced the launch of three emoticons and hearts for the holy month of Ramadan to mark the coming of the holy month and to help users around the world celebrate it.

“Millions of people around the world are turning to Twitter to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan,” said Kandah Ibrahim, director of media partnerships for Twitter in the Middle East and North Africa region. Whatever their place or language, people communicate with each other during the month of Ramadan with the aim of knowing the latest news and developments on a daily basis about activities in their neighborhoods, regions and cities. The fasting people around the world know how to offer and help, exchange greetings and love and share with their families and friends their special moments during the holy month ”

Al-Ibrahim said that this year Twitter wants people around the world to participate in their celebration of the ninth month of the Hijri calendar by offering various initiatives to enrich the Ramadan experience in the lives of all fasting people. Users are invited to use any of the tags in their tweets for the holy month, to show the moon moon next to these phrases from today until the end of the holy month.

The holy month of Ramadan is available in several Muslim countries around the world: #Ramadan, # Ramadan, # Ramadan_Karim, #Ramadan_Mabarak, #Ramazan, #Ramadhan, and others.

Twitter explained that the second expressive code it launches this year embodies the breakfast pool by portraying dates with a cup of milk: # breakfasts, # breakfasts, # breakfasts, # breakfasts, # breakfasts, #Iftar_Ramadan, and #Iftar.

The third expressive symbol is a traditional lantern that embodies the culture of the holy month. This icon appears when using any of the following tags: # lantern, # lantern, # lantern, # lantern, #Ramadan_lanterns, and #Ramadan_lantern.

Anyone on the Perscope website can use any of the following tags in the broadcast address during Ramadan. If viewers click on the video, the hearts turn into a holiday throughout the holy month: #Ramadan, # Ramadan, # Ramadan_Krim, #Ramadan_Mark .

In addition, Twitter will hold exclusive interviews with celebrities and experts in entertainment, culture, religion and health, and will give the audience an opportunity to engage in live video chat about topics they are more interested in.

Other Twitter activities in Ramadan include the first 360-degree live video on Twitter broadcast by TV channels to reflect the spirit of Ramadan through a comprehensive experience. Whether people watch live streams or recorded episodes, the audience will be able to navigate their devices or pass their fingers on video tweets to explore every corner of their Twitter site.

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