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Suhayr ‘Uthmān, a researcher from the Faculty of Mass Communication, conducted research on the relationship between reading printed and electronic newspapers and the youths’ conceptions of terrorism. This article outlines some of the study’s results.
Dr. Sāmī ‘Abd al- ‘Azīz reports the results of an annual seminar held by Iqra’ satellite channel entitled, ‘The Iqra’ seminar for fiqh and media,’ headed by Shaykh Sālih Kāmil.
The author expresses his view about the media during Ramadān. He says that television must concern itself more with religious and moral programs and series that present Islamic history, rather than trivial series and shows which keep the audience away from moral and spiritual values.
Muhammad al-Qasabī reviews some of Edward Sa‘īd’s [Edward Said] books and views concerning the relationship between the Arab world and the West.
Ma’mūn Findī looks for reasons behind the promotion and honor of Arab failures on satellite channels.
AWR’s year report shows the tremendous amount of work carried out in 2006. Comment on ‘Coptic Christian Fights Deportation to Egypt, Fearing Torture.’ in New York Times. Report on conversion stories presented on VCD.
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman presented this text at the recent roundtable discussions of the European Institute of the Mediterranean, which were held on “Journalism and freedom of expression in the Mediterranean; responsibilities and limits.”
AWR is making good progress in building the Electronic Documentation Center. Growing interest and attention for AWR work.
The author criticizes both Western and Arab media for fuelling misperceptions of Islam.
Dr. Mohammed Emara, a well-known Islamist writer, comments in el-Shaab, generally considered the mouth-piece of the Muslim Brotherhood, about an article in Al-Ahram, describing the stereotyped pictures of Arabs in the American mass media. Emara writes that the Western media cannot be changed...


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