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    "Club House" in Iraq .. Incitement and threats of "killing" for journalists and activists

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    "Club House" in Iraq .. Incitement and threats of "killing" for journalists and activists
    April 27, 2021


    Ultra Iraq Editorial Team
    To escape from the electronic armies, insults, insults, threats and incitement, a large number of Iraqis resorted to the "Club House" voice chat application, at a time when observers indicated a rise in hate speech and threats as the mass of political parties began to register in the application.
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    A number of "Clubhouse" journalists and activists have received threats of physical liquidation by armed factions
    It seems that what activists called "the most famous application honey" is nearing the end, with a number of threats against a number of bloggers and activists who saw "Club House" as a window for discussion and dialogue away from the threats of "militias" and the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  that affect the owners. The opinion.
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    Omar Al-Janabi, an Iraqi journalist, was subjected to death threats and physical liquidation after expressing his opinion in one of the audio rooms of the "Clubhouse" program.
    In an interview with Ultra Iraq, Al-Janabi said, “The parties and militias are trying to create public opinion and pressure within the Clubhouse platform, by involving people who follow it and are known as (journalist, political analyst, researcher, blogger, etc.) where they enter rooms Conversation and speaking with the thought and style of the bodies that they follow, and if there is any contact between them and those opposed to the thought, they move directly to the method of threatening, threatening, and challenging the patriotism, morals and honor of those who oppose them.
    Al-Janabi added, "On the personal level, I was directly threatened and incited by people belonging to one of the militias affiliated with the Popular Mobilization Authority, as soon as I frankly stated my opinion about the crimes being committed in Iraq by the militias, and 2 of them told me that they follow my account on Twitter and my speech in an instant." A year on social media and they find it a rhetoric that needs to be silenced. "
    He continues, "In the same context, on the same day, hours later, I was subjected to a party of incitement by people belonging to militias and extremist parties after they opened a chat room on the Club House app, and put my name in the room's address with obscene and offensive words, and they started speaking in an obscene language and slandering the bunkers and threatening and vowing to reach me. Wherever I am, with a clear and clear threat of death, according to what friends who were in the chat room told me.
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    Some political parties and armed factions have taken several mechanisms to control the audio platform, by recording fake accounts with the names and pictures of girls in order to monitor what is going on in the voice rooms of figures opposed to the political system. The extremist militias and the mouths of the corrupt parties reflect their intellectual and moral poverty and decline, so they try to mobilize their subjects to provoke the moderate youth in the Clubhouse platform, and this is what we witness daily, when cheap personalities with fake names and pictures overlap in the dialogues, explaining that “these models reflect the extent of the decline of the militia’s rhetoric and their parties, They try to drag discussions towards expressions of accusations and betrayal, and they use expressions of modesty and violate human privacy with their words, and this indicates a cultural vacuum and an empty intellectual background that is not based on logic.
    Omar Al-Janabi agrees with Al-Najjar by confirming the narration of the fake accounts of women by saying that "recently I noticed the existence of accounts with the names of girls and they put distinct pictures, but they do not speak and do not ask to go to the speaking platform, and this indicates that these accounts exist for the purpose of follow-up and recording the conversations and discussions that are taking place. In chat rooms, this enables them to collect audio recordings of all activists, journalists and bloggers and threaten them and their families with them at any time.
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    DMC has spotted a massive Iraqi influx on the Clubhouse voice chat app
    Specialists in the field of digital security warn about the privacy and security of the famous application, because it takes place in rooms open for public participation, where all voice interventions can be recorded, and the application is linked to the phone number and geographical location, and registration in it depends on the private invitation, and these invitations are available to everyone, making it easier to monitor And, the DMC digital media center monitored a large Iraqi influx on the Clubhouse voice chat application, as a new social networking platform with unique features that may appear new to users.
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    The center stated in a statement that "hundreds of Iraqis have accepted to register for this application, which began to spread dramatically and suddenly since the beginning of 2021, especially after the conversation that Elon Musk, head of Tesla and SpaceX, had with Vladimir Tenev, CEO of the Robinhood application."
    Blogger and digital programmer Haider Al-Marwani underestimates "the importance of the high number of fake accounts belonging to parties and militias in the program," stressing "the difficulty of forming electronic armies in the program as in Facebook and Twitter." 
     During his speech to "Ultra Iraq," Al-Marwani says, "The strategy we use makes all the months of the year honey in practice, by boycotting politicians, militia supporters, instigators and murderers, and socially isolating them in this program, and in this way we keep a honeymoon that lasts forever."
    Al-Marwani added, "In such programs, their presence will have no value because it is difficult to form electronic armies. Everyone enters with his voice and is alone, not as in other programs in which it is easy to form electronic armies with fake accounts and manage them from one person." Al-Marwani, "A party that possesses arms and power and is not afraid and interferes with fake accounts, what does the controlling’s entry into the Iraqi arena mean with a fake account? I think he wants to use his truth by threatening, pressure, insulting and insulting without people knowing who he is because he is afraid of public opinion."
    However, despite what is said about the threats and the entry of armed groups into the application, journalist Mahmoud Al-Najjar sees the "Clubhouse" application as "an outlet for young people who aspire to change, by shifting their media and civil activities from the streets to global platforms."
    Al-Najjar pointed out that “social media platforms are repeatedly attacked, and this is what supporters of armed militias and electronic armies linked to political parties in Iraq do,” pointing out that “this challenge distorts freedom of expression movements that try to form a unified national public opinion in order to advocate causes. Just humanity, as the revolutionaries and youth of Tishreen have proven their right to defend their legitimate rights through electronic protest via the Clubhouse app.
    Recently, leaks emerged about the possibility of blocking the application from users in Iraq through the House of Representatives.
    A member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Abbas Sarout, said in a press statement that “the Club House application is banned in Iraq by the competent government agencies, and it is very possible if this application poses a threat to national security, through its exploitation by terrorist groups in communication. And because there is no control over it by specific bodies to prevent its exploitation by terrorist groups. "
    Sorout added, "The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee will discuss this matter with the competent government agencies, and then it will be a decision after discussion and study, and the issue of banning the application is included if it is not monitored to prevent its exploitation in the terrorists' communication between them without any supervision."
    Ultra Iraq monitored rooms within the application that carried names broadcasting hatred and incitement against Iraqi activists and bloggers, and apparently defamation and defamation campaigns on Facebook and Twitter have moved to the new application in an audio format.
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    Journalist Omar al-Janabi called on young people opposed to the political system, especially the conscious and educated class, to “stand together and support some of them to confront the hate speech and the threat that is escalating frighteningly in Iraq and has caused the killing, kidnapping and absence of a large number of opinion-makers and influential public opinion, and even those who reject hate speech and those who are in contact With those who adopt hate speech and incitement. "
    He added, "Unfortunately, the Iraqi state agencies, especially the security ones, have distanced themselves from intervening to stop the campaigns of incitement and hatred, but have been unable to stop crimes that began with public incitement and did not deter those involved in committing this dangerous type of crime against Iraqi society."
    The (Clubhouse) application was launched in March of 2020, by the entrepreneurs Paul Davidson and Rohan Seth, and the popularity of this electronic application, which requires downloading to the phone, an invitation from an actual user, in the recent period after a number of celebrities confirmed its use .
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