When the Homeland production team were seeking Arabic graffiti artists to "lend authenticity" to the show's version of a Syrian refugee camp, they had a hard time finding artists who would collaborate. Five seasons in, the show has earned the reputation as "the most bigoted show on television" for its perpetuation of negative stereotypes of Arabs, Pakistanis, and Afghans. 

A Cairo-based group of artists got the call about working for the show, and decided to take the opportunity to call them out on their sh*ttiness in a badass way. They explained in their statement, cleverly titled "'Arabian Street Artists Bomb Homeland: Why we hacked an award-winning series':

Sources: h/t Washington Post | Heba Amin