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Swedish TV Cuts Word ‘Islam’ From Story of Saudi Refugee Girl Who Fled…Islam

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No matter how many people are killed by jihadis or threatened with death as Rahaf Mohammed was, the enemedia remains determined to whitewash the root cause of why all this is happening. The blood of other ex-Muslim girls like Rahaf Mohammed who don’t manage to escape as she did, and are killed by their families — in Sweden, among its rapidly growing Muslim population — is on SVT’s hands: they’re deliberately keeping their people unaware of what is really going on and endangering girls like Rahaf who want to leave Islam.

“Outrage as Swedish TV Cuts Word ‘Islam’ From Saudi Refugee Girl Story,” Sputnik, January 17, 2019 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

The story of Rahaf Mohammed, an 18-year-old Saudi girl who has become an international media darling for her flight to the West from “persecution”, aired by Swedish national broadcaster SVT has made Swedes see red.

In their piece on Rahaf Mohammad, the Saudi refugee girl who claimed to have suffered “abuse” back home due to her non-conformist behaviour, SVT omitted the reference to Islam, triggering many Swedes’ ire.

In the interview aired by SVT Aktuellt, Rahaf Mohammed said that she was kept locked up for six months after getting a short haircut and suffered abuse from her brother and her mother. The reason for it, she claimed, is that short haircuts for women are forbidden in Islam, because it makes women look like men.

However, SVT‘s translation left out the Islam reference completely, with words “Islam” and “haram” (“forbidden” in Arabic) conspicuously absent from the subtitles, despite clearly being uttered by the teen.

This mismatch was first observed by Sweden Democrat politician Kent Ekeroth, who compared the Swedish translation with the original English subtitles and summed up his findings in a piece in the news outlet Samhällsnytt, raising suspicions about state-sponsored censorship….

​Others ventured that SVT‘s handling of the news content in accordance with its so-called “value base” was tantamount to “fake news”. Yet another recurrent theme in the comments was that Sweden had allegedly “caved in” for Islam….

SVT is the Swedish national public television broadcaster; it is funded by a public service tax on personal income and largely modelled after the BBC.

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