The audience of the island granted the Egyptian artist and businessman Muhammad Ali the title of “Person of the Week”, while Palestine abandoned the presidency of the current session of the Arab League, in protest against Arab countries scrambling to normalize the title of “event of the week.”
69% of Al Jazeera’s audience participating in the poll conducted by the News Race program awarded the Egyptian artist and businessman Mohamed Ali the title of Personality of the Week, after he called on Egyptians to demonstrate against the Sisi regime and its policies, especially home demolitions and high prices. Indeed, demonstrations took place in several Egyptian governorates for a whole week, and are still continuing.
President of the National Union of French Students, Maryam Pougetto, came second in the vote, and she won 19% of the vote following the uproar caused by her appearance in the veil in the French Parliament, and then her speech on a French television station.
Those who rejected Maryam’s appearance in the veil said that she did not represent French culture, while many defended her on the basis of the personal freedoms guaranteed by the French constitution.
And in third place, Lebanese President Michel Aoun came after winning 7% of the vote, with his controversial statement that the country is “going to hell” due to the faltering formation of the new government and the repercussions of the Beirut port explosion and the subsequent protests and popular demands to change the foundations of the political process in the country, and get rid From political sectarianism.
Whereas, American judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg came in fourth place after receiving 5% of the island’s public vote after her death after a long struggle with cancer at the age of 87.
Event of the week
As for the most important event of the week, the Palestinian Authority abandoned the presidency of the current session of the Arab League Council, in protest against Arab countries scrambling to normalize relations with Israel, and the event received 68% of the votes of the Al Jazeera crowd.
The second solution was the attempts to contain the tension in the eastern Mediterranean between Turkey and Greece, which received 22%. The third place went to the US sanctions against Iran, which received 10% of the vote.