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Hollywood and radical Islam

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Submitted by Wally Anglesea (Australia), Jan 6, 2005 at 22:09

OK, one film, half serious, and showing the enemy as Radical Islam, "True Lies"
The filmmakers made sure that one of the law enforcement team, "Faisal" was evidently Lebanese or Arabic of some extraction, I think in a conscious effort to demonstrate that not all Arabs are terrorists.

But yes, Hollywood is a bit reticent about making films on Fundamentalists of any persuasion.
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