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Source: Arab News
LONDON: Yemeni journalist and political activist Tawakkol Karman has complained of “widespread bullying and smear” after Facebook’s decision to induct her into its content Oversight Board plunged her into controversy. But what if her credibility was more at risk from her own words and actions than any alleged “smear campaign?”
To much of the globe, Tawakkol Abdel-Salam Khalid Karman is the first Arab woman — and the second Muslim woman — to win a Nobel Prize, in 2011.
Less well known is the fact that Karman held a senior position with her country’s Al-Islah Party, an affiliate of the Muslim Brotherhood known regionally for its divisive and violent agenda.
— TheMuslimTimes (@TheMuslimTimes2) July 17, 2017