The Study aims to analyze the image of Arab Political Islam groups and its representation on the attitudes of Egyptian , Tunisian and Libyan audience during the era of Arab revolution that known as "Arab Spring".
The study used Media Image and Cultural analysis as theoretical approaches, It also used both of quantitative and qualitative content analysis to analyze 3488 item about Political Islam that published in five Arab daily Newspapers which are "Alshrouk (Egypt), Alsabah (Tunisia), Ain Libya (Libya), Alsharq Alawsat (pan-Arab newspaper- London) and Al-Quds AlAraby (pan-Arab newspaper- London), during the period of 2011 -2014.
The study used the questionnaire to analyze the mental image that the public audience in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya has about the Political Islam, and the reflection of the journalistic content on this image.
The study concluded that the image of political Islam was totally negative in both the newspaper's content or in the audience representations, the main aspect in forming that image was the political behavior of Islamists during the transitional period after the revolutions.
The results have assured the significant role for the newspaper's type of property and the political experience in each country of the sample in forming the content and framing the coverage of political Islam.
The study revealed that the newspapers still playing a role in shaping the audience attitudes towards political Islam, even though they aren’t the main source for information about Islamists.
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