Turkey's continuing Islamization takes its toll
on the TV show adapted from George R. Martin's novels:
Turkey's armed forces have introduced new regulations for the country's military schools, according to which classes on Islam will be taught for the first time – and the blockbuster U.S. television series “Game of Thrones” is now banned.
The aim of the new rules is to “protect” students from “sexual exploitation, pornography, exhibitionism, abuse, harassment and all negative behaviors,” according to Hurriyet Daily News.
Correction: the new rule has been established to teach their subjects how to commit many of the above atrocities.
Four military officers were discharged from the army in 2012 for allowing their students to watch “Game of Thrones” in an Istanbul military school.
It was not specified whether the screening was recreational or part of the school curriculum.
Military schools will now function according to an updated set of education regulations drafted by the armed forces. One chapter of the new regulations, reportedly titled “the protection of students,” bans the screening of certain content.
In addition, the fiercely secular military will allow elective classes on Islam, including “basic religious education, the Quran and the life of the Prophet Muhammad.”
They can't be very secular anymore if this passes without opposition. What is it about Game of Thrones they detest? I don't know enough about this whole series, but would wager it evokes the Crusades with its sword and sandal backdrop. It certainly can't be because of the violence I am aware features prominently in the stories.
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