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8 Sep '14
"Τhe debate is framed in a way that it delegitimizes opposing viewpoints ... there is a certain discourse that becomes normalized, in which certain views are acceptable & others not"
But after the Arab defeat of 1967, as Itidal Mumtaz wrote in her book Memoirs of a Film Censor, presidential instructions were given to censors to allow sex and drug scenes in movies, and not to cut any of them no matter how daring they may be, in an attempt to distract people away from the defeat and the feelings of frustration that came along.