Ansar’s original wikipedia entry claimed: “He is particularly active on Twitter (as @MoAnsar) and has a popular blog called ‘Ansar’s on a Postcard’.”
Mohammed Ansar began publishing to his blog on 15 April 2006.
A total of four entries for that year were published over the weekend of 15-16 April; three on Saturday and one on the Sunday:
- Truth About Islam (15/04/2006 6:39pm);
- Image of Islam I (15/04/2006 7:04pm);
- Why Christians Can’t Read the Bible (15/04/2006 7:08pm);
- Image of Islam II (16/04/2006 5:04pm).
The blog then remained dormant until 8th August 2011, when he reveals in a blogpost entitled Phoenix from the flames;; that “Recently, I’ve taken to resurrecting a two year old stagnant Twitter account”.
Ansar has a facebook for personal use, and a facebook page where he presents himself as a Public Figure – Political and Social Commentator.
On 8th August 2011, Mohammed Ansar claimed to have recently resurrected his “two year old stagnant Twitter account”. Ansar’s first tweet appears to have been on 6 March 2010:
@MoAnsar: “Open for business.”
Ansar’s earliest tweets, from his twitturrection in June 2011 were to: the Guardian/Al Jazeera journalist Riazat Butt, the Guardian journalist Polly Curtis, New Statesman journalist Mehdi Hasan.
Additionally, Mohammed Ansar has a twitter account called Ansar Consulting:
Equalities – Diversity – Organisational Change & Development – Strategy – Consultation – Employment – Talent Management ansar-consulting.com