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Here in Morocco everyone’s hooked. Turkish drama television series Television series by D Productions Turkish television soap operas Turkish television series debuts Turkish television series endings s Turkish television series Kanal D shows. Everyone’s talking about Noor this summer. To get Noor, Mohannad does ridiculous things that nobody could do [he constantly changes his disguise, pays musicians to serenade Noor etc. A newspaper reported that someone committed suicide because their parents refused to let them watch Noor for two weeks. Noor and Muhannad observe Ramadan, and their marriage is arranged by Muhannad’s grandfather but the characters break with tradition in other ways. The dizzying pop-cultural phenomenon surrounding the series has encouraged the broadcaster further to make a film out of the Turkish soap. The show’s final episode attracted a record 85 million Arab viewers when it aired last Aug.

The popularity of the show – which has been dubbed into Syrian Arabic for the Middle East – might have something to do with the incredible anecdotes that surround it. Tales of women blaming their husbands for not being as romantic as those in the show; someone selling a herd of goats just to be able to watch the programme in peace; people refusing to go to weddings if it’s on; Saudi Arabia even launching a fatwa against the show’s broadcasters – the stories were as exaggerated as the soap itself. Views Read Edit View history. Here in Morocco everyone’s hooked. The New York Times. People have divorced because of Noor! The series was also popular in Macedonia. Fatima al Zahra al Alaoui, 24, is an accountant’s assistant in Fes, Morocco.

I love the show. Tales of women blaming their husbands for not being as romantic as those in the show; someone selling a herd of goats just to be able to watch the programme in peace; people refusing to go to weddings if it’s on; Saudi Arabia even launching a fatwa against the show’s broadcasters – the stories were as exaggerated as the moanad itself.

You wouldn’t find these people in real life. The characters are all super-perfect. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Saud Kassouha, 25, is a bank worker from Homs, Syria. People have divorced because of Noor! Clothing stores throughout the Middle East report brisk sales of blouses and dresses seen on the television series.

The New York Times. Women expect onkine husbands to be as romantic and marvellous as Mohannad and the husbands get jealous. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. They seem to be able to do absolutely anything. The show’s final episode attracted a record 85 million Arab viewers when it aired last Aug.

It’s set in a western style society, but you still find Arab and Muslim nolr. Saud Kassouha Bank worker See profile.

It tells you so much about a society that you hardly know anything about. The series was also popular in Macedonia. Somehow it manages to tell a love story without being offensive. Not just as a head of the family, but as someone very close to his children, who respect him a lot. Eventually Mehmet falls in love with her, and her dream comes true. The man’s carrying a picture of Mohannad.

Here in Morocco everyone’s hooked. Noor and Mohannad, the lead characters, are almost gods. Turkish drama television series Television series by D Productions Turkish television soap operas Turkish television series debuts Turkish television series endings s Turkish television mohanaad Kanal D shows.

Everyone’s talking about Noor this summer.

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Retrieved from ” https: So why so much success? Articles containing explicitly cited English-language text. Characters are shown drinking wine with dinner, partying, and kissing onscreen which has been deemed inappropriate for younger audiences such as children. MBC even launched a pay Onkine channel in partnership with pay TV platform Showtime Arabia entirely dedicated to “Noor” that allows viewers to watch episodes of the sudser around the clock.

Fatima al Zahra al Alaoui, 24, is an accountant’s assistant in Fes, Morocco. The dizzying pop-cultural phenomenon surrounding the series has encouraged the broadcaster further to make a film out of the Turkish soap.

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To get Noor, Mohannad does ridiculous things that nobody could do [he constantly changes his disguise, pays musicians to serenade Noor etc. This page was last mohnaad on 14 Novemberat Maybe because watc the blend of east and west, featuring both “free love” and Islam at the same time.

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Fatima al Zahra al Alaoui Accountant’s assistant See profile. The Turkish series has caused such a storm in the Middle East, it’s even been blamed for breaking up marriages and causing suicides. Views Read Edit View history. In the final episode of the series the time is moved forwards to 14 years later and the audience sees that everyone has grown up and are all living a happy life.

The series poses family problems People are also really interested in private lives of the star couple, Mohannad and Noor.

The show tells the story of a very rich, aristocratic family. Seriously, I cannot miss an episode! A newspaper reported that someone committed suicide because their parents refused to let them watch Noor for two weeks. Noor and Muhannad observe Ramadan, mohanaf their marriage is arranged by Muhannad’s grandfather but mohanda characters break with tradition in other ways.

What I hate most is the influence this series has on society. Turkey is a Muslim country, inviting stronger viewer identification than Western TV imports. The show encouraged Arabs to visit Turkey. Initially happy about the marriage, Gumus despairs when she realizes that his heart is not in it. After the death of his girlfriend in a car accident, Mehmet’s grandfather suggests that he marry Mhanad, who has loved Mehmet since childhood.

The popularity of mohamad show – which has been dubbed into Syrian Arabic for the Middle East – might have something to do with the incredible anecdotes that surround it.