NAJI ATTALLAH’S CREW: STEREOTYPES OF JEWS, ARABS, AND AMERICANS IN EGYPT’S MOST-‐WATCHED RAMADAN 2012 SOAP OPERA
AbstractIn addition to its strict fasting regiments, observed by practicing Muslims, the month of Ramadan has become known for its high viewership of serialized television programs throughout the Arabic-speaking world. During Ramadan - a month during which millions partake of festive fast breaking (Iftaar) gatherings after sundown - competition among television stations pull all the stops to attract the largest audiences possible, often by offering compelling seasonal soap operas featuring major local and pan-Arab actors.
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Martin, A. (2015). NAJI ATTALLAH’S CREW: STEREOTYPES OF JEWS, ARABS, AND AMERICANS IN EGYPT’S MOST-‐WATCHED RAMADAN 2012 SOAP OPERA. The Levantine Review, 4(1), 8-22. https://doi.org/10.6017/lev.v4i1.8717