The latest developments in the Middle East and beyond are available on social media through the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI)


WASHINGTON, DC / ACCESSWIRE / October 28, 2021 / The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) publishes new content daily on our website and all of our social media platforms – the latest videos, translations and analysis from the Middle East, South Asia, Russia and China.

Join over 500,000 daily subscribers to MEMRI content on social media – follow us on Twitter now to make sure you don’t miss out on the latest developments from these regions, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, TikTok and LinkedIn.


In addition to MEMRI’s primary Twitter account, which publishes all new MEMRI research, MEMRI also has a CJL Twitter account and a JTTM Twitter account that share content from these projects.

The MEMRI CJL Twitter publishes new updates from the MEMRI Cyber ​​& Jihad Lab project on cyber jihad, hacking and social media activities from the Middle East, Iran and South Asia. The MEMRI JTTM Twitter publishes news, updates and information from primary sources of the Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM).


The MEMRI Facebook page, our seasoned social media account with the largest fan base, shares new MEMRI content and other key articles from media sources in the Middle East, South Asia and elsewhere throughout the day.

To support MEMRI on Facebook, simply visit our Facebook fundraiser page to donate or share the fundraiser with your friends on Facebook to raise awareness of MEMRI’s work!


The MEMRI TV clips published on our YouTube channel have received over 15 million views since the new channel was launched in December 2017; Since its launch in 2004, MEMRI TV has released nearly 10,000 clips. The channel has nearly 50,000 subscribers who can watch new clips being posted every day.


MEMRI’s Instagram account publishes shortened versions of new MEMRI TV clips and we get more engagement with almost 50 likes per video. Instagram followers who appreciate the one-minute segments can view the full versions on the MEMRI TV Project website.

Tick ​​tock

At the beginning of this year MEMRI started a TikTok account to highlight selected clips from the MEMRI TV project. This account publishes the latest and most viewed clips from MEMRI TV. One of our most viewed clips on TikTok received over 25,000 views.


Our LinkedIn page features all of the new MEMRI research, analysis, translation and videos for a professional audience.


The audio provided by SpeechKit, which allows users to listen to every new MEMRI report, has had over 1 million impressions since it was launched with our recent website redesign.

This embedded audio from SpeechKit enables users to hear the audio versions of reports – similar to podcasts – while driving or otherwise, providing a convenient listening experience. The embedded audio player will appear at the top of each report and you can listen to it by clicking the button next to “Listen to This Article”.

You can also listen to the audio versions of the reports by subscribing to the MEMRI Weekly email list, which now includes the audio link for each report for the week. Sign up today to receive MEMRI research emails on a topic of your choice.

Non-English social media

In addition to its English social media presence, MEMRI has social media accounts in numerous other languages: Facebook in French, Spanish, Polish and Hebrew, and Twitter in French, Spanish and Hebrew.

MEMRI TV project

Founded in 2004, the MEMRI TV Project has published over 9,000 translated clips – with hundreds of hours of content – that have been viewed over 500 million times online. MEMRI TV monitors over 100 channels from the Arab and Muslim world – from Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States, Yemen, Iran and Iraq to Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Palestinian Authority and Gaza as well as parts of Africa and Afghanistan-Pakistan and Russia. MEMRI TV clips are viewed in 197 countries.


Exploring the Middle East and South Asia through its media, MEMRI bridges the language gap between the West and the Middle East and South Asia, providing timely translations of Arabic, Farsi, Urdu-Pashto, Dari, Turkish, Russian and Chinese media, as well as original political analysis , ideological, intellectual, social, cultural and religious trends.

Founded in February 1998 to inform the debate on US Middle East politics, MEMRI is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization. MEMRI is headquartered in Washington, DC, with offices in various capitals around the world. MEMRI research is being translated into English, French, Polish, Japanese, Spanish and Hebrew.

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