It is rather comical for me these days when I read in the US press about censorship in this Arab country or that (usually, they only care about censorship if the target is Zionist or Israeli-related). So the story here says that Lebanon banned a TV show (although it is not true, because Western TV channels are received uncesored in homes in Lebanon): but in the US, they ban whole TV stations if they don't like their tone about Israel (they banned Al-Manar, Al-`Alam, and many other channels when functionaries at WINEP decide that they are harmful to Israeli propaganda). You talk about banning TV shows? This is the US now: the motehr/father of all censorship. Hell, the US pressures other governments to ban shows that they deem harmful to Israel. The US wanted to ban Aljazeera, for potato's sake, until Qatar became as subservient as Saudi Arabia.