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Titre: Neo-Orientalism on Twenty-First Century American Screens
Auteur(s): Ali Bachir, Mustafa Sayed
Date de publication: 28-oct-2019
Résumé: The audio visual images seen in today’s screens are more inflammatory and impactful in shaping the minds, attitudes and opinions of the twenty-first century generation. It is ominous the way pictures of Islam and Muslims are being distorted by politicians, entertainment and media outlets. In their defense, they have inherited a lie and fiction that is thousands of years old, known as Orientalism. This ominous attitude that has become a culture could have survived and lasted only because of the religious tensions and wars fought between the East and the West.
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