صورة الإسلام والمسلمين في وسائل الإعلام الغربية(الإعلاموفوبيا)

د.عثمان محمد دفع الله علي القُرجي
2020 Omdurman Islamic University Journal  
The relationship between Islam and the West finds that this relationship has witnessed not only short periods of conflict and congestion, but often the military confrontation. Western societies have recently witnessed a wave of racist practices, forms of hostility and discrimination against Islam and Muslims, Under the name (Islamophobia)), , This fear is played by the Western media machine a large role has become the orientation of all strategies and plans to distort the image of Islam and
more » ... ims, which is familiar with the term (al'iielamufubia), we find this research monitors many of what the Western media in the right of Islam and Muslims and the Prophet of Islam, And Muslims in the Western media (al'iielamufubia), and this research is of great importance in order to respond to the falsehoods and accusations that are attached to Islam, and to clarify the distorted image drawn in the West, by the Western media, the researcher followed in this study descriptive analytical approach to analyze issues And the implications of this phenomenon and the results of the work, and the questions of this study: How the influence of the media in shaping the Western consciousness? Who is behind the phenomenon of the media and this negative picture? , And the study has reached the results and the most important: The typical descriptions that are presented to Muslims in general in the Western media are like the adoption of extremism and violence and bloodshed and polygamy and rejection of integration and enemies of Western civilization, and ah Recommendations recommended by the study:, The comprehensive discourse that reaches all people, which stems from the universality of Islam, combines all the meanings of religion and covers all its aspects, does not set aside at the expense of one side, and does not care about without concern, but calls for religion as a whole contemporary discourse linking the original era.
doi:10.52981/oiuj.v16i1.1595 fatcat:4xptlmfh2jfsjccgcograpma6u