Sweden's state broadcaster, SVT, is refusing to air an important documentary that tackles growing anti-Semitism in Muslim communities despite the fact they helped fund it.
Critics claim that the documentary titled “Watching the Moon at Night” could result in a potential backlash against Muslims.
So, in other words, the news isn't important because it could offend.
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The move to pull the documentary has been met with criticism and rightfully so.
Erik Helmerson from the newspaper Dagens Nyheter wrote, “Islamophobia is feared more than showing that terrorism is committed in the name of Islam. Therefore, I think that a film like ‘Watching the Moon at Night’ creates nervousness and unrest.”
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SVT has taken extreme steps to bow to political correctness.
As The Rebel reported in December, SVT has banned use of the words “immigrant” and “dark skinned” to avoid possible offense.
Sweden really is the most pathetic country in the world.