I usually avoid mentioning those types: those handful of Arabs who do tours and gigs for Zionist entertainment. I tell Arabs that they should be ignored. Of course, Saudi media now take orders from Zionist handlers in the US--yes, I believe that and please call me conspiratorial--I mean that. So someone called Noona Darwish was on Al-Arabiyya (the news station of King Fahd's brother-in-law) but she was interviewed by one of the few able journalists there, Hasan Mu`awwad. He grilled her and it was a Zionist fiasco. Her Arabic is halting, and he would ask her questions about things she said in her books and she would not be able to answer and clearly revealed that she did not write a word that is attributed to her (like the Cicero of Damascus: her English is atrocious but we are led to believe that he writes long articles for the New Republic). She would make claims about Islam and she would not be able to back them up. Mu`awwad would ask her for reference and she would hold a book to the camera but would not be able to even read from it or cite what she wants to say from it. It was rather a comedy. I don't think that Zionists had this in mind when they put her on the network. I must say that Mu`awwad seemed very pleased to mock her for the entire show and expose her for what she is. Ha.