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The show’s Turkish producer, Kemal Uzun, added: “We are a little more open, not as conservative as some of these countries, and I think this might have some appeal for the audience.” Even though some of the racier scenes are sanitized for Arab consumption, clerics have been sermonizing against “Noor.” ”This series collides with our Islamic religion, values and traditions,” warned Hamed Bitawi, a lawmaker of the Islamic militant Hamas and preacher in the West Bank city of Nablus.But the purists seem powerless to halt the “Noor” craze.

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Mohannad, while faithful to Noor, had a child with a former girlfriend, and a cousin underwent an abortion.

The nightly soap opera “shows that there are Muslims who live differently,” said Islah Jad, a professor of women’s studies at the West Bank’s Bir Zeit University.

“Noor” delivers an idealized portrayal of modern married life as equal partnership – clashing with the norms of traditional Middle Eastern societies where elders often have the final word on whom a woman should marry and many are still confined to the role of wife and mother.

Some Muslim preachers in the West Bank and Saudi Arabia have taken notice, saying the show is un-Islamic and urging the faithful to change channels.

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