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Volume :36 Issue : 127 2021      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Arab Public Attitudes towards Western Drawings of Prophet Muhammad: The French Government’s position as a Case Study

Auther : Dr. Ahmed Khalif Ghanim Al-Theidi (principal researcher), Dr. Mahmoud Ahmed Ahmed Al-Ragby, (Associate Researcher)

The present study surveys the attitudes of Arab public opinions on the position of the French government concerning demeaning cartoons to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The study utilizes the descriptive approach and employs media dependence theory. The sample of the study consists of 2840 participants from various Arab countries. According to the results of the survey, respondents believed that the main reason for the French government’s support for the demeaning cartoons is the apprehension of the spread of Islam. Another conclusion this study has attained is that in Arab public opinion, the French’s government insensitivity to the demeaning cartoon of Prophet Muhammad is underlies a racist attribute.
Keywords: Muhammad cartoons , Islamophobia Stereotype


 

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