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Israel: Religious Communities Object to “Sex” in Advertising

“[Blank] in the City?” An Israeli media company is protesting advertising promoting the release of the new “Sex and the City” movie, claiming the word “sex” is offensive and should be removed. “You really don’t know whether to get angry or just laugh at the ridiculousness of this whole thing,” OneJerusalem writes. “Once again we are confronted with the absurd reality where the interests of the secular population in mixed cities are not taken into account.”

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