Vine faced an SFA hearing on Thursday after being charged with "making offensive comments on Twitter suggesting the use of violence".
Lennon had complained about Hibs' tackling in the 1-1 Scottish Premiership draw between the sides on October 19, and singled out Vine for a challenge on Hoops debutant Darnell Fisher.
Vine responded by making reference in his Twitter postings to an incident in a Newcastle versus Leicester game in 1998 when Alan Shearer was accused of kicking Lennon in the head.
The player later apologised for the comments but was found to be in breach of disciplinary rule 82 and censured by the football governing body.
The 21-year-old was hit with an excessive misconduct charge after being accused of seizing hold of assistant referee Gavin Harris by the throat following his sending-off against Inverness on October 29, which was later rescinded.
Ciftci - who extended his contract until 2016 earlier this week - enjoyed success in the first of his two scheduled disciplinary hearings over his part in a League Cup melee at Inverness.
He won his appeal against his red card in the quarter-final and saw a further violent conduct charge, for allegedly grabbing Graeme Shinnie by the face, thrown out.