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'Sex and the City 2' called 'anti-Muslim'
By: Bill O'ReillyMay 26, 2010
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Huffington Post: Hollywood Reporter writer Stephen Farber thinks "Sex and the City 2" is going to be a "smash" hit. He also thinks the film is "anti-Muslim."

In a review that's generated headlines around the web, Farber writes that "'SATC 2' is at once proudly feminist and blatantly anti-Muslim, which means that it might confound liberal viewers."

"The rather scathing portrayal of Muslim society no doubt will stir controversy, especially in a frothy summer entertainment, but there's something bracing about the film's saucy political incorrectness. Or is it politically correct?" Farber writes.
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