A Twitter narrative

Seriously, who thought that Twitter could actually be a tool for writers – not to network, chat with other writers, publicize their work, or support each other – but to actually write?

A friend of mine (@arwasm) visited Lebanon recently and tweeted about the commemoration of Ashura by the Shia Muslim population of Lebanon. Ashura is the day when Prophet Muhammad’s grandson Al-Hussein was treacherously killed and mutilated in battle.

Martyn Smith just blogged about arwasm‘s tweets, gathering them in chronological order. Reading them really did, as Martyn Smith pointed out, make for compelling reading.

You can check out his blog post here: http://bit.ly/8t76Ms

To follow Arwa’s tweets: @arwasm

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