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Summary of #first_meeting
#workshop_principles_of_concise_writing_on_Twitter

✓Twitter is an elite media and it is far from the popular space. Twitter is a type of media banking, that is, a group of elites gather together and it is like a professional guild, so it does not have popular appeal.

✓Twitter means the chirping of a sparrowhawk, the goals of Twitter were that the tweet should be short as well as melodious, i.e. a short melodious text, which was not possible.


To understand this topic, it is recommended to study the Gharral al-Hukam of Hazrat Amir, because it is completely melodic in addition to the interesting and flowing content.


Twitter is a space for unity and consensus on a topic.

✓ It is also suitable for media training and has a great capacity for creating social waves. These media waves first start on Twitter and then continue on media such as Instagram and Telegram. This is why Twitter is more effective than others. It is the media.


In tweeting, vocabulary building and one’s vocabulary are very important, and the attraction of tweeting is to create new words, which is recommended to study Gharral al-Hukm and wisdom of Hazrat Amir (AS) in order to progress in this field.

✓ To change the atmosphere of tweeting from political mode, it is suggested to work on other topics such as humor, family, education, etc.


To strengthen the vocabulary of reading books, especially dictionary books are recommended, because one should be familiar with scientific terms and literary terms.

✓ In tweeting, try to simplify and equate words and do not use the same words and use new expressions to be attractive to the audience.


Find the up-to-date equivalent of the words, which are sometimes scientific and sometimes literary, for example, the phrase “universal surveillance system” can be replaced by the phrase “commanding good and forbidding evil”.


It is better to use the general terms of different sciences such as political sciences, educational sciences, etc. to know

✓ After we trend a topic, the capacity is created for creating discourse and making demands;
Demanding can be started from low levels, for example from colleges.


In the space of Twitter, we should have the power of choice and know what content and what people we should follow so as not to waste time.

✓ In the topic of audience analysis, there is a point that every text has its own audience, that audience is both intelligent and not necessarily like-minded and following us, but this audience can be convinced with arguments.



غررالحکم حضرت امیر ع (superior instructions and sayings like door) a book (single volume) containing 10,760 words from the short sayings of Amir al-Mu’minin (a.s.) , written by Abul Fatih Amedi , one of the scholars of the 5th century of Hijri. Gharar al-Hakm is one of the famous Shia hadith books , and Amedi arranged its hadiths according to the alphabet. Now there are several translations, summaries and subject lists of this book.

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By Treadstone 71

@Treadstone71LLC Cyber intelligence, counterintelligence, Influence Operations, Cyber Operations, OSINT, Clandestine Cyber HUMINT, cyber intel and OSINT training and analysis, cyber psyops, strategic intelligence, Open-Source Intelligence collection, analytic writing, structured analytic techniques, Target Adversary Research, cyber counterintelligence, strategic intelligence analysis, estimative intelligence, forecasting intelligence, warning intelligence, threat intelligence