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Adel Iskandar and Mohammed El-nawawy
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Given the information provided later on in the book, how do the members of the Helal family encapsulate all of the prevailing attitudes towards Al-Jazeera which exist in the Arab public?

The Helal family, though avid watchers of Al-Jazeera, each hold different reasons for why they like the network. Kamal, the father, relates to the older generation of Arabs who grew up under authoritarian regimes and now find the free discussion of news (not run by the state) to be refreshing, even if it is sometimes alarming. He does not, however enjoy the criticisms of Islam often featured on the network's talk shows. Naama, the mother, enjoys the entertainment and the coverage of various topics by Al-Jazeera but abhors the blasphemous content she sees on the network, and she finds herself becoming more and more vocal and opinionated as a result of being exposed to Al-Jazeera. Sherif...

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