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by Steve Tatham

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ISBN:
0972557237
Author:
Steve Tatham
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Politics & Government
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English
Publisher:
Front Street Press (July 19, 2006)
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256 pages
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Arab countries around the world are distinguished by the contradictory treated faith of Islam which is vividly associated with terrorism and Arabs as being terrorists. This image is affected by September 11th events.

Arab countries around the world are distinguished by the contradictory treated faith of Islam which is vividly associated with terrorism and Arabs as being terrorists. Though a decade passed, in the media the Arab’s image is still related to terrorism. The media formulate public opinion in the society ant can create some images which are not always. The media have a great power to represent social reality through its own eyes; news and events are colored and explained by the notion in the society.

Steve Tatham is a serving officer in the Royal Navy.

A combination of personal military experience and a comprehensive understanding of the modern media come together to shed new light on this most divisive of wars. Steve Tatham is a serving officer in the Royal Navy. He has participated in military operations in Sierra Leone, the Northern Gulf, Afghanistan and Iraq-the latter as the Royal Navy's public spokesman.

For example, Arab media came under Coalition criticism for focusing on civilian casualties during the war . With a discernible undertone of remorse over opportunities lost, Tatham has harsh criticism of the Coalition’s failure to handle the Arab media.

1. Arab Media & Society (October, 2007). Another example is the broadcasting of pictures of dead or captured Coalition servicemen, a practice for which Al Jazeera was criticized.

Start by marking Losing Arab Hearts and Minds: The Coalition . His book is highly critical of how the United States handled its information war.

Start by marking Losing Arab Hearts and Minds: The Coalition, Al-Jazeera and Muslim Public Opinion as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. From November 2002 to May 2003, Steve Tatham worked alongside American military planners in the Gulf, coordinating the huge media campaign that foreshadowed and accompanied the eventual invasion of Iraq. From first hand experience he witnessed how, in advance of the outbreak of hostilities, the US planned to win over skeptical Arab hearts and minds.

Steve Tatham has written a book–published in the US this month–called Losing Arab Hearts and Minds: The . STEVE TATHAM: Well, we had the opportunity since 9/11, I think, to make great strides in the Arab world and public opinion

Steve Tatham has written a book–published in the US this month–called Losing Arab Hearts and Minds: The Coalition, Al Jazeera and Muslim Public Opinion. In it, he exposes the US military’s handling of the Arab media and its treatment of journalists from the Arab world, in particular from Al-Jazeera. STEVE TATHAM: Well, we had the opportunity since 9/11, I think, to make great strides in the Arab world and public opinion.

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The Coalition, Al Jazeera and Muslim Public Opinion. Hugh Miles, author of Al Jazeera: How Arab TV News Challenged the World

The Coalition, Al Jazeera and Muslim Public Opinion. Part of the Crises in World Politics Series. From first hand experience he witnessed how, in advance of the outbreak of hostilities, the US planned to win over sceptical Arab hearts and minds. Hugh Miles, author of Al Jazeera: How Arab TV News Challenged the World.

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From November 2002 to May 2003, Steve Tatham worked alongside American military planners in the Gulf, coordinating the huge media campaign that foreshadowed and accompanied the eventual invasion of Iraq. From first hand experience he witnessed how, in advance of the outbreak of hostilities, the US planned to win over skeptical Arab hearts and minds. Yet as the campaign unfolded, Tatham, the Royal Navy's public spokesman in Iraq, saw how differently the British and Americans regarded the media and how badly journalists from the Arab world, in particular from Al-Jazeera satellite television, were treated in comparison to those from coalition nations. His book is highly critical of how the United States handled its information war. Notwithstanding the best efforts of well meaning senior US officials, the mounting death toll, both military and civilian, saw the Americans all but ignore the Arab media , focusing instead on a largely acquiescent domestic press, one still obsessed with Al Qaeda's 9/11 attacks on the homeland and only too happy to fly the Stars and Stripes. Images of dead and captured coalition servicemen led to Arab channels being accused of bias against western forces, and such was the demonisation of some channels that many observers began to wonder if President Bush's declaration that 'you are either with us or against us' applied not just to nation states but also to the world's media.