I always get a kick out of Alarabiya.net’s picture choices. I blogged once about how the photo editor (or whoever) at Alarabiya had selected a picture of a Halloween party to illustrate an article discussing the activities of devil worshipers. This time, Alarabiya.net is using a picture of two people hugging to illustrate an article discussing the banning of porn movies in a city in Florida.
I mean, come on, two people hugging is definitely not a good illustration of porn! Not that I’m suggesting they put a picture of a porn movie up there or anything like that. But couldn’t they have used something like a photograph of a movie reel or something. Equating an image of people hugging with porn films is just another fine example of Alarabiya’s poor photo picking problem.
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Censorship, it’s all about censorship and the fear of people
This image is rather comical as it portrays what could be a friendly hug between 2 people rather than something erotic or sexual. I also find very troubling the hidden messages in some of the inbetween propaganda on MBC channel, such as portraying “muslim” girls in strange outfits, as if to say: “You don’t have to dress up in long rags to be covered”
Anyway, I’ve spent a good hour reading your various articles, thank you very much for a thorough and interesting blog. All good wishes from Khalda, Gurry
This image is no more about porn than an image of two Arab guys walking around arm-in-arm is about gays.
yes iyas, i find that troubling too. i noticed that as well and looking at the posts title and then the picture, i thought it was a story against gays, at first, until i read what natasha wrote. All they need to do is put up a big XXX in red and then we get it.
first, the picture of the person closer to the viewer is photoshopped. the eyes have been blurred to conceal his/her identity. but what i find most troubling is that hint of a mustache on “her”.