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Thursday, March 30, 2017

In Egypt, Tom and Jerry were accused of aiding ISIS

All mortal sins were to blame for the millions of the favorite cartoon characters cat and mouse Tom and Jerry. The Egyptian authorities even accused them that they are helping the terrorists.

photo: youtube.com

The head of the state information service of Egypt Salah Abdel Sadek said that the American cartoon series “Tom and Jerry” is bad for children.

According to him, the constant race cat after a mouse to teach children that violence is funny that you can hit a man or blow him up, and there is nothing to worry.

According to Sadeq, ostensibly to educate the cartoon this idea gets in the mind and is perceived as something natural.

Newspaper the Metro and is accused of Tom and Jerry in terrorism. Supposedly the cartoon distorts the idea of justice, teaches kids to build a diabolical plans, justify the violence using knives, guns and chainsaws, and also teaches the use of alcohol, Smoking and theft.

“Tom and Jerry” – the first cartoon filmed in 1940 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as a rival to Mickey mouse and Bugs Bunny. 7 out of 116 produced in the 40s and 50s years, the issue has received “Oscar”. However, the questions for scenes of violence, theft and bad habits appeared more than once and exaggerated in the press. Moreover, the author of the cartoon Joseph Barbera was accused of inciting racial hatred. The reason was my Mother, Two Slipper, Tom African-American housewife who speaks to the so-called “black accent” and has a rodent problem in the person of Jerry.

Currently the rights to the animated series owned by Warner Bros.

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