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Arab Radio on Aladdin and why it’s bad June 7, 2019

June 8, 2019

Arab Radio on Aladdin and why it's bad

June 7, 2019

#ArabRadio Talkshow Host Ray Hanania talks about the new Disney Movie "Aladdin" and how it is just another continuation of Hollywood's racist approach to Arabs, live on WNZK AM Radio in Detroit, Friday June 7, 2019 from 8 AM until 9 AM EST (Detroit time). Listen Live online from anywhere in the world.

Host Ray Hanania discusses the new movie Aladdin, a remake from the original Disney film released in 1992. Hanania compares Aladdin to the 1950s "happy racist" movies and TV series about African Americans produced in the 1950s and 1960s, like Amos and Andy. He talks about the reality of the myth of Aladdin, which is NOT a part of the original The Arabian Nights, but was added by a European writer in the 18th Century, because he thought it was cute.

Yea, those Arabs, they are so cute and cuddly and expendable, manipulative and easily managed in their internal divisions.

Hanania also talks about the failure of Arabs in American to unite, to be divided and to allow Hollywood to churn out one racist anti-Arab movie after another.

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