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LEISURE ARABS MILITANCY
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October 23, 2005
Syrian actress Mania Nabowani (L), Jordanian actors Akef Najem (C) and Yazen Saleem act during the filming...
Unknown, Saudi Arabia
To accompany feature LEISURE ARABS MILITANCY
Syrian actress Mania Nabowani (L), Jordanian actors Akef Najem (C) and Yazen Saleem act during the filming of "Al Tareeq Al-Waer", or "The Rugged Path", in this handout released on October 23, 2005. Exploding buildings, booby-trapped cars and bloodied victims are making their debut on Arab satellite television in daring dramas that deal with Islamist militancy in al Qaeda's main breeding ground. The shows' producers say they are another battleground in the war on home-grown religious zealotry, which many Middle East governments are confronting by crackdowns and media campaigns. In "The Rugged Path", a community is torn apart when some members wage a violent campaign to remove their "infidel" rulers and install "just Islamic rule", in a reference to insurgencies against pro-U.S. governments in Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen. To accompany feature LEISURE ARABS MILITANCY. REUTERS/Arab Center/Hand out
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