Fox News brings up
the challenges Hollywood could take up in focusing on Islam, but probably won't anytime:
Islamic terrorists have been featured in TV shows including “24” and “Homeland” and in the film “Syriana,” and the lives of Muslims have been explored on the big screen in “The Kite Runner,” Three Kings,” “Kingdom of Heaven” and many other films. But some say Hollywood has been playing it far too safe in its portrayals.
“You have to expose the radical ideology. Hollywood could play a big part in that but they won’t ever do it,” said L.A.-based Director of Former Muslims United and author Nonie Darwish, who was born in Egypt but converted to Christianity after moving to the United States. “I don’t want to watch the denial of what really goes on. Hollywood has a blackout from reality. They don’t know how to portray the reality without offending, so instead they rarely portray the reality.”
They're cowards, plain and simple. Or worse, they sympathize with the aggressors.
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