Well, that’s one Carrie Mathison didn’t see coming.

The latest season of Showtime’s Emmy-winning Homeland sees Claire Danes’ Carrie traveling from Berlin to a Syrian refugee camp in Lebanon. The refugee camp, of course, was only a film set designed by Homeland’s production company — who thought it would be a good idea to add some extra authenticity by asking “Arabian street artists” to draw some Arabic graffiti on its dilapidated walls.

The artists — Heba Amin, Caram Kapp and Stone — were specifically asked to write messages that were apolitical. They… didn’t exactly listen to that request. Read more…

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Graffiti artists write ‘Homeland is racist’ on the ‘Homeland’ set