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Download (PDF) Communication is particularly important for the growing Muslim community in the United States, both as a way to build organizations and as a way of presenting a clear alternative to negative images of Islam in the wider American media.

Many Muslims were using various media outlets to engage with fellow Muslims and to teach non-Muslims about Islam long before the events of September 11th, 2001 when Islam and Muslims were thrown suddenly into the spotlight.

American Muslim organizations have for decades published newspapers like Muslim Journal, media muslim in 1960 by Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad under the title Muhammad Speaks, or magazines, such as the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)’s Islamic Horizons. Muslim Sunrise (or Moslem Sunrise, as the earlier version was called) claims to be the oldest Muslim publication in the U.S., founded in 1921 by the first Ahmadiyya missionary to the U.S., Dr.

Mufti Muhammad Sadiq. Technology has enabled instant access to and presentation of information by anyone and to anyone throughout the world, changing the media landscape considerably. It is now possible, even common, for voices from across the globe to participate in discussions about the construction of a Muslim community center in lower Manhattan or in Murfreesboro, TN for example.

Some community leaders and organizations regularly use social media like Facebook, Twitter, and blogs, inviting online discussions with fans and followers.

Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam since 1978, has over 300,000 of followers on Twitter. Imam Suhaib Webb hosts a popular website with the slogan “your virtual mosque.” The site includes resources such as a glossary of Islamic terms, audio and video clips, advice columns, and op-ed pieces. In 2004, Radio Islam became Chicago’s first daily Muslim talk show, broadcasting recitations of verses from the Qur’an and discussions of current events.

The Islamic Information Service of Southern California, part of the Islamic Center of Southern California (ICSC), broadcasts its weekly program, Islam, to more than 100 cities across the United States and keeps a regularly updated archive of weekly khutbas (sermons at Friday prayer) and bi-weekly podcasts.

Searchable texts and databases of the Qur’an and hadith in Arabic and English translation are readily available online and as Smartphone apps. Similarly, there are interactive online tools and applications for media muslim calculation of media muslim times or for learning how to recite the Qur’an.

While the depiction of human forms, especially of the Prophet Muhammad, is considered by many Muslims to be forbidden, some are using visual forms to teach concepts about Islam and to address issues facing Muslims in the West today. The 99 is a comic book and television series created by Kuwaiti Dr. Naif Al-Mutawa and published in the Middle Media muslim in 2006 and the United States in 2007 by Teshkeel Comics. “The 99” are teenagers, each of whom has a power inspired by one of the 99 attributes of Allah.

Al-Mutawa, who received the World Economic Forum’s 2009 Social Entrepreneur of the Year award for The 99, says one of his goals in creating media muslim comic was to “rebrand Islam” following 9/11.

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Of course, just as no single individual represents the views of all Christians or Hindus, Muslims voices in the media also vary widely. Not all Muslims in the world or even in America would be in agreement as to how American Muslims should live their lives. Yet the discussions that have been occurring in American Muslim communities for decades are now being held in a more public forum.

With crowdsourced sites like Reddit and Wikipedia, anyone with access to the internet can be an active contributor to the discourses on Islam in America. What it means to be an American Muslim in the 21st century is a living discussion that is taking place first and foremost through, and as a result of, the media. • Senin, 09/05/2022 09:00:51 Puan Bocorkan Isi Pembicaraan Silaturahmi Jokowi-Megawati • Senin, 09/05/2022 08:28:17 Nah Lho! Anies Disebut Tak Bisa Jadi Presiden, Refly Harun: Karena Presiden Orang Indonesia Asli • Senin, 09/05/2022 08:25:50 Prof Media muslim M.

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Media coverage of Islam-related issues has changed dramatically since the beginning of the new millennium, both in quantity and quality.

The events of September 11, 2001, thrust Islam into the global media forefront: not only did coverage of Islam drastically increase, particularly in news and entertainment media, but the way in which Islam was framed by the media changed as well.

The American-led ‘War on Terrorism’ led to an increase in Islamophobia (fear or hatred of Islam) across the globe. This increase in Islamophobia was in turn reflected in the way media outlets addressed and stereotyped Muslim populations.

While some deliberately framed Islamic coverage positively in an attempt to counter Media muslim, many of the portrayals of Muslims contributed to the formation of harmful Islamic media stereotypes [1]. The most prevalent Islamic stereotype is the radical Muslim insurgent, bent on waging jihad, or holy war, against the West.

This stereotype usually represents violence as an inseparable part of being Muslim, as well as religion as justification for violent actions. An example of this kind of stereotype can be seen in the character of Sayid Jarrah on ABC’s Lost.

Jarrah, the only Muslim central character on the show, used to work for the Iraqi Republican Guard and is frequently shown using torture to extract information from prisoners. Care is taken to show that Jarrah is now a member of an anti-terrorism squad (and is media muslim not a terrorist himself), but his actions are repeatedly portrayed as inherently violent.

For example, Jarrah uses torture to extract information from his fellow castaways during times of social conflict. These violent themes are re-asserted throughout the show’s six seasons, and Jarrah’s experiences are frequently framed in the context of his personal struggle between choosing violence and non-violence.

Another example of the ‘radical Muslim’ stereotype can be seen in Canadian media coverage of the Toronto 18 terrorism case. After 18 men were arrested in connection media muslim alleged terrorist activities, media reports were uniform in portraying the same themes: terrorism was a real threat, young Canadians were being converted into Islamic radicals via mosques and the Internet, and Canada’s police force had only barely averted a deadly terrorist attack [2].

Another Islamic media stereotype involves portrayals of Muslim women. Western Muslim women are often presented either as passive victims of male power imposed upon them, or as strong feminists who oppose this power by fighting it from media muslim disadvantaged position. Media sometimes criticizes Islam for marginalizing women and for providing a disproportionate amount of power to men [3]. Acceptance of Islam is equated with women giving up equality and women’s rights are represented as being incompatible with freedom of religion [4].

As a result of these portrayals, the most media muslim words used to describe Muslim women by journalists and politicians are ‘segregated’, ‘beaten’, ‘insults’, ‘veil’, ‘freedom’, ‘religion’, ‘hatred’, ‘human rights’ and ‘extremism’ [5].

In crime dramas such as CSI or Criminal Minds, Muslim women are almost always represented as victims of male domestic violence; women’s appearances in police films or television shows are often cut short by a male who asserts that he is in charge [6].

In truth, while some Muslim women choose to observe traditional patriarchal hierarchies, many others selectively apply these teachings and live completely independently. The stereotype that assumes the marginalization of Muslim women neglects to consider the diversity of female Muslim experiences and places Western ideals of gender and power upon a non-Western religion.

Balanced representations of Islam do exist. Little Mosque on the Prairie’s portrayal of Islam, focused on a Muslim community in Saskatchewan, has received uniform praise from critics and has helped to dispel some of the common stereotypes facing the Islamic community. Another positive representation of Islam can be seen in the X-Men character Dust, a strong Muslim woman who practices Islam while fighting alongside her fellow X-Men.

Finally, since media representation of Islam has changed drastically within the past decade, it is necessary to see how these representations have shaped public opinion of Islam. While only a minority of children have been found to hold prejudiced or racist views regarding Islam, a majority perceive Muslims to be foreign and alien, fuelling the notion that Islam is a threat to Western culture and that Muslims are different from what members of Western society ‘should’ be [7].

[1] Gudel, J. (2002). A Post 9/11 Look at Islam. Christian Research Institute.

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Retrieved February 4, 2011, from http://www.equip.org/articles/a-post-9-11-look-at-islam [2] Miller, J., & Sack, C. (2010). Terrorism and Anonymous Sources: the Toronto 18 Case. Canadian Journal of Media Studies8, 1-24. [3] Furseth, Inger.

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(2010). Power and migrant Muslim women. International Sociological Association. Gothenburg, Sweden. [4] Huth, C. (2010). Keeping the faith: An exploratory analysis of faith-based arbitration in Ontario.

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Masters Abstracts International, 48(1), 1-120. [5] Conte, D. (2009, September 23). Women: Strained stereotypes - Daniela Conte - Reset Dialogues on Civilizations. Reset Doc: Dialogues on Civilizations. Retrieved February 9, 2011, from http://www.resetdoc.org/story/00000001456. [6] Elghobashy, S. (2009, January 12).

Muslim Stereotypes in Hollywood: Media muslim they really fading?. elan: The Guide to Global Muslim Culture. Retrieved February 9, 2011, from http://www.elanthemag.com/index.php/site/blog_detail/muslim_stereotypes_in_hollywood_are_they_really_fading-nid503043165/. [7] Revell, L. (2010). Religious education, conflict and diversity: an exploration of young people’s perceptions of Islam. Educational Studies, 36(2), 207-215. The Diversity and Media Toolbox is a comprehensive suite of resources that explores issues relating to stereotyping, bias and hate media muslim mainstream media and on the Internet.

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March 2, 2016 Valerie Snaman Exposure to news reports portraying Muslims as terrorists is significantly associated with support for military action in Muslim countries, civil restrictions for Muslim Americans and policies harming Muslims domestically and abroad, according to new research by START researchers and their colleagues.

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The study also found that when news footage portrayed Muslims in a positive light, support for policies harming Muslims declined. Through one experimental study and two correlational studies, the research team – Muniba Saleem, Sara Prot, Craig Anderson and Anthony Lemieux -- tested the short-term and long-term effects of media stereotypes of Muslims as terrorists on Americans’ perceptions of Muslims.

The first study surveyed more than 700 American college students to find that when Muslims are specifically portrayed by the media as terrorists, there is a significant association with support for military action in Muslim countries.

The effect was independent of exposure to entertainment media violence in general; it was specific to media portrayals of Muslims as terrorists. The next study surveyed media muslim participants with an media muslim age of 37.5 years old.

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It found that as exposure to news media muslim Muslims as terrorists increased, so did Americans’ support for civil restrictions for Muslim Americans. The final study surveyed more than 300 college students and adults and revealed that short-term exposure to news media portraying Muslims as terrorists increased support for policies harming Muslims internationally and domestically. These are some of only a few studies that empirically test the relationship between media stereotypes of Muslims and Americans’ attitudes and public policy decisions relevant to Muslims.

“Even limited exposure to news media can influence societal-level policies targeting Muslims domestically and internationally,” said Saleem, a START Terrorism Research Awardee. media muslim of the most alarming findings observed in these studies is that non-Muslim Americans are supporting civil restrictions for American citizens of Muslim faith because of their exposure to media depictions of Muslims as terrorists.” The new research also suggests that media could play an important role in countering anti-Muslim attitudes and stereotypes.

Specifically, more balanced news coverage of Muslims in the United States as well as worldwide, could reduce the perception that Muslims are violent.

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Though results may be short-term, repeated exposure to positive media portrayals has the potential to lead to long-term changes in schemas involving outgroups. “By improving our understanding of the processes underlying such media-based stereotype effects and of the extent (and limits) of such effects, media scholars and society media muslim large may ultimately be in a better position to reduce such harmful effects, not only within a particular society but also between nations,” Saleem said.

The study is published in a recent issue of Communication Research.

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