dont get me wrong.....
Date: 07-03-04 15:54 PDT
i love the novela. and it is true
that they portray muslims much better than any other show.
i do love that about the novela. i am moroccan and when i
watch the show i see alot of things that arent remotely having
to do with moroccan culture. i know that it is a fictional
story but for alot of people who have never been to morocco
or ever been exposed to moroccan culture, this is moroccan
culture to them. when i watch a movie or show about a foreign
country that i dont know alot about i assume that the country
is like its portrayed in the movie. i just thought id tell
people how moroccan culture really is. i appreciate all your
opinions on what i said. once again i wasnt being offensive
or anything, el clone is my favorite show on tv :-)
Date: 07-03-04 16:43 PDT
you were not offensive to anyone..you
Moracco is the best location for this beautiful love-story.take
pride in the fact that they have shoosen your COUNTRY-:)
|Re: I'm glad,by
Date: 07-03-04 16:47 PDT
i do very much! :-D im really happy they picked morocco.
are u moroccan too?
|Re: I'm glad,by
Date: 07-03-04 18:39 PDT
It seems to me that quite a long time ago you said that you
were born and raised here in America. That makes you an American
of Moroccan descent, not a Moroccan.
I am an American of Irish descent. I am not an Irishwoman
by any stretch of the imagination.
I was born and raised in New York. I was partly raised in
Pennsylvania but that does not make me a Pennsylvanian. I
am a New Yorker, pure and simple.
Please correct me if my memory does not serve. Thanks. :)
|Re: some more
misconceptions to clear up
Date: 07-03-04 18:07 PDT
I'm Moroccan. And i do HATE the way they portray the culture
and everything sometimes, but I get over it. The people on
this phorum are intelligent, but numerous people have asked
me silly questions about Morocco because they believe the
novela word for word and then I get pissed, because I feel
like they're misinforming. And they are. But whatever, everyone
does it anyway. I got over it. And they do show positive stuff
And they did it all for the sake of the story. Because if
they say that Said has to have Khadija, then that's a good
storyline. If they portrayed it for real, then there goes
the whole Jade/Khadija story. They do that in all movies.
But it's just anoying because people who were feeling animosity
towards muslims cuz of 9/11 anyway, got to go around screaming:
"muslim women can't take their kids after divorce!"
Table of Contents
/ Dedication - Abstract
CHAPETER 1- INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER II - REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
CHAPTER III -
CHAPTER IV -
CHAPTER V - THE
CHAPTER VI -
- MESSAGES STUDIED