Look at the gentleman below. And do not do what Mohammad Eid al-Ajmi did by insulting Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah. He received 5 years in jail for insulting the Kuwaiti ruler:
A Kuwaiti court has sentenced a man to five years in prison for insulting the emir on Twitter, a rights lawyer and news websites said, in the latest prosecution for criticism of authorities via social media in the Gulf Arab state.
The court gave Kuwaiti Mohammad Eid al-Ajmi the maximum sentence for the comments, news websites al-Rai and alaan.cc reported.
In recent months Kuwait has penalised several Twitter users for criticising the emir, who is described as “immune and inviolable” in the constitution. . .
In June 2012, a man was sentenced to 10 years in prison after he was convicted of endangering state security by insulting the Prophet Mohammad and the Sunni Muslim rulers of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain on social media.
Two months later, authorities detained Sheikh Meshaal al-Malik Al-Sabah, a member of the ruling family, over remarks on Twitter in which he accused authorities of corruption and called for political reform.
Twitter tweets are tiny. Imagine if the Sheikh had been a blogger.