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Private Youm7 news website warns of fake Facebook page

Fri, Sep. 27, 2019
CAIRO – 27 September 2019: Egypt's privately-owned Youm7 news website has warned of a fake Facebook page that exploits the name of the 11-year old newspaper to disseminate hostile videos and posts.

The fake Facebook page is believed to be part of a systematic electronic campaign to oust the president. Many pro-Muslim Brotherhood "terrorist" group persons have planned to organize protests on Friday, September 27th, incited by MB-affiliated channels broadcasting from Turkey and Qatar.

The page "promotes rumors and lies, and assaults the Egyptian state institutions and symbols," Youm7 wrote on its website. It also aims to "damage the credibility of the website and use its name to publish false news."

The private website said it would prosecute those who use the newspaper's name.



She took advantage of an anonymous page on Facebook and the name of "the seventh day", and published false news and baseless to create confusion, and abuse of state institutions.

The page used the name "the seventh day", to promote rumors and lies, in addition to abuse of the institutions and symbols of the Egyptian state.

The seventh day warns its readers of these unknown pages on social networking sites, which impersonate the institution and publish false news and rumors, aimed at hitting the credibility of the site and use his name to spread false news, which calls on the seventh day to prosecute anyone who impersonates his name.

Some unknown pages, which hide behind the terrorist Brotherhood members, have used the "logo" and the "name" of the seventh day to promote rumors and spread lies in order to undermine the stability of the homeland and harm its security.

The "Day Seven" page on Facebook is the official page responsible for publishing all the news of "Day Seven", according to the original professional rules of the press profession, which gives priority in the press industry, to produce news and information with absolute credibility, depth of analysis, and transparency In information.
 
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