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"Homeland" star Claire Danes walks through a narrow alley in Lebanon in the latest episode of Showtime's hit show, and passes a wall sprayed with Arabic graffiti.The three artists hired for the job decided to make a different statement.So when the show approached Stone this summer with the project looking for "Arabian street artists" who could add authentic-looking graffiti to the film set depicting a Syrian refugee camp, his first inclination was to say no.Stone said the artists initially considered using Arabic proverbs and slightly rewriting them with coded messages.Stone said, the artists have been overwhelmed by the positive reaction they've received – mostly from the U.S. but also from the Middle East.
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