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In 2005, the Pew Center research suggested that the war on Iraq, war on terrorism, and support of Israel are critical drivers of negative perceptions of the US in the Middle East. The Arab American Page 40 40 Page Arab Perceptions of the West Institute also surveyed Arabs in six countries regarding US image in the Middle East and reported foreign policy as the key driver of negative images of the United States as opposed to US cultural values. The bottom line is that the US image problem is not derived from 24 hour satellite channels and/or print media.
11 Moreover, many of entertainment driven TV channels broadcast a variety of miniseries and talk shows based on American primetime TV shows. Some television stations broadcast American versions of talk shows and soap operas in English with Arabic subtitles. Arabs appear to harbor mixed emotions toward western entertainment. Evidence illustrates that Arabs enjoy the majority of American media and entertainment so long as it does not demean them or portray them in a negative fashion. Arabs learned a lot a about western values and culture by watching movies.
Khaled Hroub, relating the comments of an Arab shop owner, explains, “We want the West of poetry and creativity, technology and science. What we don’t want is tanks, guns, and wars. We want these guys to be here as tourists. ” Arab perceptions of the US is an outcome of direct experience and suffering due to Western policies, especially that of the United States. “We want the West of poetry and creativity, technology and science. What we don’t want is tanks, guns, and wars. We want these guys to be here as tourists.