The Simpsons in Arabic


Many American TV shows are shown via satellite in Saudi Arabia, and lots of the shows have Arabic sub-titles. Here you can see Bart Simpson with the Arabic sub-titles. Also, many American or British commericials are dubbed over with Arabic speaking voices.

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American woman now living in hubby's homeland of Saudi Arabia
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10 Responses to The Simpsons in Arabic

  1. hala says:

    i love the simpson i love magie and lissa and marge the mostttttttttt
    i love youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!made by :hala charif chames eddin.p.s.do you speak arabic?

  2. Dina says:

    El Shamshoons?? That’s funny. Glad they didn’t dub it.

  3. Little P says:

    Sorry – tame as in they chose episodes that didn’t have anything too controversial in them…

  4. Little P says:

    Yay! We were so excited when they dubbed the Simpsons (El Shamshoons) 2-3 (?) years ago!! But, it was all the very old episodes which just aren’t quite so funny as some now 🙂 But, yes, they were more ‘tame’!

  5. Geogypsy says:

    It’s hard to imagine SA would allow Simpsons into homes. The subtitles must be highly censored or totally rewritten. So much contradiction.

    • alyaba says:

      this isnt on saudi tv its just watched in saudi over satalite, its some other channel probaby MBC or something else that saudi has no control over. So i doubt that its censored. The government doesnt censor what people watch what so ever you can buy a satalite thats aimed at europeon channels do a quick scan and find 100 porno channels without even trying.

  6. I wonder how Bart Simpson likes Saudi Arabia?!

  7. Jerry M says:

    What to Arabs make of the Simpsons? Do the censor the episodes that end up in church?

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