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British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN 0 0 hardback ISBN 0 2 paperback 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Designed and produced for Pluto Press by Chase Publishing Services Ltd, Fortescue, Sidmouth, EX10 9QG, England Typeset from disk by Newgen Imaging. During this period the following superb books emerged: Nihaya al-Arab by Nuwairi, Masalik al-Absar fi Mamilik al-Amsar by Ibn Fadl Allah, Subh al-Ashi fi sinaati al-Insha by al-Qashqandi, the very famous Lisan al-Arab by Ibn Manzur and the abridged versions of al-Aghani by al-Isfahani and Ibn Manzur. I dedicate this book to her, to Aymen, and to my parents. vii 28/1/05 PM Page vii 1 IntroductionAl Jazeera and the Vicissitudes of the New Arab Mediascape Mohamed Zayani 1 Few phenomena in the Arab world are arguably more intriguing than Al Jazeeraa pan-Arab hour satellite news and discussion channel beamed out of the. Few phenomena in the Arab world are arguably more intriguing than Al Jazeera—a pan-Arab hour satellite news and discussion channel beamed out of the tiny Gulf peninsula of Qatar. Its imme- diate success took the Arab media scene aback and even stunned Al Jazeera itself.