Jewish Muslim relations

STEAMY EGYPTIAN TV SOAP BREAKS TABOOS AS IT HOLDS TO THEM……

More to this than meets the eye.

Yes, portraying Jews in any kind of good light could be considered “ground breaking” in a Middle East overly saturated with koranic /islamic texts that demonize Jews in the most unflattering of ways (canonical islamic Jew hatred/antisemitism).

Washington Post:

The steamy Egyptian soap tells a Romeo and Juliet tale of a beautiful daughter of a well-to-do Jewish merchant and a dashing Muslim army commander falling in and out and in love again in old Cairo during the earth-shaking 1948 Arab-Israeli war and its aftermath.

Notice the fact that it’s a Jewish woman and a Muslim male that are the main characters, not a Jewish man and Muslim woman. Islamic supremacy, racism and apartheid is in full measure here, it just takes a trained eye to see it.

NOTE: Elder of Ziyon observes that the female actress fears her role might be misconstrued as her being pro-Israel, thus ruining her career.

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