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Mihelj, Sabina, Liesbet van Zoonen and Farida Vis, Cosmopolitan communication online: YouTube responses to the anti-Islam film Fitna. The British Journal of Sociology, 62(4) abstract full text PDF
 
Mohd Zulkifli Muhammad, Tamrin Amboala and Siti Faeizah Mohd Ali, An overview of cyber laws in Malaysia from islamic point of view. The 5th International Conference on Cyberlaw and Information Security (CIS 2011), 5-8 December 2011, Melaka (Unpublished) abstract full text PDF
 
Moll, Yasmin, Islamic Televangelism: Religion, Media and Visuality in Contemporary Egypt. Arab Media and Society, Issue 10, Spring 2010 abstract full text PDF
 
Mosemghvdlishvili, Lela and Jansz, Jeroen, Framing and praising Allah on YouTube: Exploring user-created videos about Islam and the motivations for producing them. New Media and Society, June 2013 vol. 15 no. 4 abstract full text
 
Mostafa, T. A. , The Islamic da´wa and the Internet: Islamonline a case study. MA thesis, American University in Cairo, 2000 abstract
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Naasir Kamaal Khan, Cyber laws encompassing the Security of E-Quran in Saudi Arabia. American Journal of Engineering Research (AJER) 2(10) 2013 abstract PDF
 
Naasir Kamaal Khan, Taxonomy of Cyber Crimes and Legislation in Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering and Technology (IJARCET) 1(8) 2012 abstract PDF
 
Nazura Abdul Manap and Hossein Taji, Cyber Crimes: Lessons from the Legal Position of Malaysia and Iran. International Journal of Information and Electronics Engineering 2(3) 2012 abstract PDF
 
Neilsen, Jorgen, Transnational Islam and the integration of Islam in Europe.. In: Allievi, Stefano, Nielsen, Jorgen (eds.), Muslim networks and transnational communities in and across Europe. Leiden, Boston Brill Academic Publishers, 2003 abstract
 
Noman, Helmi; Zarwan, Elijah, Middle East and North Africa. Cambridge, MA: OpenNet Initiative, The Berkman Center for Internet and Society, 2007. abstract full text
 
Norton, A. R., The new media, civic pluralism, and the struggle for political reform.. In: D. Eickelman, J. W. Anderson (eds.), New media in the Muslim world. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. abstract
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Oghia, Michael and Helen Indelicato, Ruling the Arab Internet: An Analysis of Internet Ownership Trends of Six Arab Countries. Arab Media and Society, Issue 13, 2011 abstract full text PDF
 
OpenNet Initiative, United Arab Emirates. Cambridge, MA: The Berkman Center for Internet and Society, 2007 abstract PDF
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Pamment, James, American Strategic Communication in Iraq: The “Rapid Reaction Media Team”. Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, volume: 2, issue: 2, April - 2012 abstract full text PDF
 
Peterson, Jennifer, Sampling Folklore: The re-popularization of Sufi inshad in Egyptian dance music. Arab Media and Society, Issue 4, Winter 2008 abstract full text PDF
 
Peterson, Mark Allen, Egypt's Media Ecology in a Time of Revolution. Arab Media and Society, Issue 13, 2011 abstract full text PDF
 
Petter, Stacie; Sevcik, Galen; Straub, Detmar, Transfer of Information Technology to the Developing World (Focusing on the Arab World). In Khosrow-Pour, M. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. Idea Group Publishing, Hershey, PA USA, 2004 abstract
 
Piela, Anna, Challenging Stereotypes: Muslim Women's Photographic Self-Representations on the Internet. Religions on the Internet - Aesthetics and the Dimensions of the Senses (Special issue of “Online – Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet") abstract full text PDF
 
Pierret, Thomas, Internet in a Sectarian Islamic Context. ISIM Review, No. 15, Spring 2005 abstract full text
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