Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Turkish TV channel fined for airing zionist mind poison

Turkey's broadcasting regulator has fined a television channel for insulting religious values after it aired an episode of The Simpsons that shows God taking orders from the devil.

Radio and television watchdog RTUK said it was hitting private broadcaster CNBC-e with a 52,951-lira (£18,600) fine over the episode of the hit US animated TV series, whose scenes include the devil asking God to make him a coffee.

"The board has decided to fine the channel over these matters," an RTUK spokeswoman said, adding that full details would probably be announced next week.

CNBC-e said it would comment once the fine was officially announced.

Turkey is a secular republic but most of its 75 million citizens are Muslim. Religious conservatives and secular opponents vie for public influence. Critics of the government say it is trying to impose Islamic values by stealth. More

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Israel's foreign minister dropped from election list 
Danny Ayalon made headlines during a diplomatic spat with Turkey in 2010, when he forced the Turkish ambassador to sit on a low stool as an insult, and saw to it that the scene was televised. The maneuver worsened the crisis between the two nations. Ayalon eventually apologized.

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