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Hollywood's loose morals

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Submitted by Ken Goldman (United States), May 25, 2004 at 11:41

This article (Female Desire and Islamic Trauma) really explaines why the blame Hollywood places on US foreign policy as the main reason they hate us is misplaced. More than our foreign policy, it is Hollywood's loose morals on TV and on the screen that makes us such a threat to them. It is hypocritical to hear hollywood stars condemming Bush's view on terrorism and not seeing their own offensiveness as the real fuel for Arab rage.
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