Syrian soap operas confront taboos and spark debate
Ramadan is a time for prayer and reflection but it is also the most popular season to unveil new TV dramas in the Middle East.
Syrian soaps have become popular across the region in recent years due to their realistic plots which have also caused controversy.
Religious leaders in Syria have already called for one soap to be banned this year due to its hard-hitting storyline.
Lina Sinjab reports from Damascus.
26 Aug 2010