The Emir of Mecca chairs a meeting to discuss the outcomes of the Mecca Cultural Forum under the theme of “How to Set An Example”
The Advisor of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, Prince Prince Khalid al-Faisal, at the Emirate’s headquarters in Jeddah, chaired a meeting to discuss the outcomes of the Mecca Cultural Forum under the theme “How to Set An Example” over the past three years and its impact on targeted community segments.
Prince Khalid al-Faisal thanked King Abdulaziz University for its outstanding work in preparing the report, describing the report as a new building block in the forum’s march, stressing the importance of participating in spreading a culture of good example on which the Holy Prophet (PBUH) built his approach in spreading religion. The Islamic hanif.
The meeting, which was attended by The Director of King Abdulaziz University, Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Ayoubi, included a review of the university’s report on the impact of the meeting on various segments of society, the first of which focused on the impact of “How to Be A Role model” in social networking sites, where nearly 47,000 tweets were circulated. It was preferred by more than 146 tweets, retweeted about 202 thousand times, discussed 295 thousand times, and the number of responses more than 46 thousand responses, while the hashtag “How to Be A Role model” achieved a spread on social networking sites reached 10 million appearances.
According to the report, the geographical spread index of the interactive, reported that it interacted with the forum in social media, tweeting from different regions of the Kingdom by more than 21 cities.
The report addressed the spread of the culture of “How to lead”, and the results were the martyrdom of more than 1,300 Qur’anic verses and 500 prophetic hadiths, in addition to the martyrdom of examples and flags of the nation, and came in the foreground the Prophet with more than 4,000 discussions, while 500 tweets were monitored The third focus of the report was the measurement of the continuity of interaction with the hashtag “How to Set An Example”, which saw an increase in average interaction during the three years of the forum’s life.
In the fourth axis, the topics discussed were classified through the hashtag, with 28.58% of initiatives, 25.88% programs, 13.45% for meetings, 12.88% for events, 12.5% for projects and 6.72% for competitions.
In terms of statistical analysis of the impact of the “How to Lead”, a questionnaire was prepared from 9 questions with which approximately 1,146 participants interacted and submitted 823 proposals for the titles of the forum, in which 92.4% of Saudis and non-Saudis participated by 7.6%, of whom 53% were male and 47% female, and their age ranged from less than 20 years 8% and 20-35 years by 46%, 36-45% and 46-60% and over 60% and over 60% while their categories varied between government employees, a private sector, and a non-profit sector, along with students from different levels of study.