An earnest Arabic-speaking correspondent is seated across from his colleague. He is attempting to explain a new global issue in the Arab world.
Correspondent: The Arab world surprised us. They were demanding a report or an interview. I did research about this issue, to know about this crazy love—this obsession. There was a strong passion, and I checked the details so I was surprised about what made them be passionate this way. In the beginning, they were angry with me and rebuked me, and the comments on my account were numerous. The people wrote on Twitter that they will skip school and university to watch this interview. So I told them that the interview will be broadcast, God willing. I also added that it will be available on YouTube, so do not skip classes. This phrase provoked them, as they replied that they are no longer young, and that they are between 19 and 29 years old. They added that they are upset because they are seen as children. This is the main idea. Yes, it became a global trend, but this issue deserves to be highlighted, as it is a new and different issue, if we may say.
Colleague: The issue needs to be studied.1