YaArabi search engine to launch in March 2013
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, February 02 - 2013 at 15:01
- PRESS RELEASE
YaArabi, a new web search engine benefitting to every single user especially in the Arab world with filtered content is all set to see the grand launch in Dubai in the next -45 days.
Abdel Rahman Tahboub, Media Advisor and CEO of the project said that "the goal of launching a search engine YaArabi came to fill the gap and the imbalance in knowledge content Arab World Wide Web, where content cognitive Arab does not currently exceeds %1 but less than that, what threatens cultural identity and self-Arab, especially information and knowledge that are in one direction: from the developed nations of the North towards the developing countries of the South and the least developed countries."
This is a filtered Search Engine which is ethical and dedicated to the Middle East with no indecent text, images, and other contents. Through the YaArabi, the users will have the opportunity to target only Moral and Informative websites.
Tahboub added: "Today, in the age of technology, people demand easy access to information. They want it served like fast food: delivered instantly, hassle-free, and in small yet enough quantities. Indeed, it is information to feed and satiate the impatient and hungry masses."
He added: "Currently, experts in many Arab countries engaged in sincere efforts to refine websites and block offending or those that beset moral values and even humanitarian sometimes, and incite violence, crime and hatred. The project YaArabi will be satisfied the needs of every users desire to obtain the knowledge through internet with the kevel of satisfaction of morally decent content."
Abdel Rahman Tahboub while commenting on the need of the new search engine, he said "through the new search engine YaArabi we are not implementing any kind of censorship as users facing in China. We are protecting our cultural identity and value to allow access to decent material to our generations. We have the right and moral duty to invest in knowledge and information market because this is the most humanitarian product in the era of information."
The Chief Executive Officer of the project emphasized that the most common using search engines throughout the world manipulating the ranking of their desired sites to allow users to access to their desired sites which they provide on the initial pages when a user want to find his query. "The YaArabi will not be a part of any such dirty game and the users will be provided all the content with the aim of morally and culturally fit for our society," he said.
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