Supervisors of the “HBO” company responsible for broadcasting the controversial cartoon series “South Park” were forced to delete 5 episodes of it because of their embodiment of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.
The series, which revolves around 4 students involved in a series of adventures in Colorado, has long sparked controversy for 23 seasons since 1997.
All his episodes are available, with the exception of 5, where their events showed a number of images of the last prophets of Muhammad, and these episodes have been deleted and excluded on the official “South Park” website.
Media reported that the owners of the cartoon series, Matt Stone and Terry Parker.
“Comedy Central” deleted the audio and video references in the episodes, and eventually the episodes were completely removed from the platforms.
Source: Le parisien