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Saudis Lifting 35-Year Ban On Cinemas Will Result in Islam-Pandering Like Never Before

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The Islamic dictatorship of Saudi Arabia is lifting its 35-year ban on movie theaters. And while Western press appears to be celebrating it, the first thing that comes to my mind is that Hollywood’s pandering to Islam will become even worse than it is.

Saudi Arabia Lifts 35-Year Ban On Cinemas; Movie Theaters Expected In March 2018

by Nancy Tartaglione

December 11, 2017:

Saudi Arabia has officially declared that public movie theaters will return to the kingdom for the first time in more than 30 years. The move had been expected. Deadline reported last month that an initiative was afoot to build and open cinemas after being a focus of the Future Investment Initiative conference held in Riyadh in October.

Saudi Arabia: Theater Owners Trade Group Has “Extensive Plans” For Kingdom’s Cinemas

Minister of Culture and Information Awwad bin Saleh Alawwad said today, “Opening cinemas will act as a catalyst for economic growth and diversification; by developing the broader cultural sector we will create new employment and training opportunities, as well as enriching the Kingdom’s entertainment options.” The first moviehouses are likely to open in March, per local reports.

Read the rest at Deadline.com here

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