British Film about Early Islam Banned for ‘Hurting the Feelings of Muslims’

Kyle

ULTRA-F###ING-MAGA!
PREMO Member
British movie The Lady of Heaven has been banned in Morocco after Islamic authorities condemned it for presenting a version of Islamic history they disagree with and “hurting the feelings of Muslims”.

The film, which has already been cancelled by the Cineworld chain and a number of individual movie theatres in Britain amid fears of violence by Muslim protesters, features the daughter of the Islamic prophet Mohammed (Muhammad) and was produced by Malik Shlibak, a Shiite Muslim.

Shiites, who follow the Shia sect of Islam, and Sunnis, who account for the majority of Muslims in the West and worldwide, split over a thousand years amid a dispute over who should succeed Mohammed as leader of the Islamic community, or Caliph — and this dispute appears to be the root of the hostility towards The Lady of Heaven even now.






 

Kinnakeet

Well-Known Member
British movie The Lady of Heaven has been banned in Morocco after Islamic authorities condemned it for presenting a version of Islamic history they disagree with and “hurting the feelings of Muslims”.

The film, which has already been cancelled by the Cineworld chain and a number of individual movie theatres in Britain amid fears of violence by Muslim protesters, features the daughter of the Islamic prophet Mohammed (Muhammad) and was produced by Malik Shlibak, a Shiite Muslim.

Shiites, who follow the Shia sect of Islam, and Sunnis, who account for the majority of Muslims in the West and worldwide, split over a thousand years amid a dispute over who should succeed Mohammed as leader of the Islamic community, or Caliph — and this dispute appears to be the root of the hostility towards The Lady of Heaven even now.






The religion of peace..while they cut off someones head what a bunch of mongrels
 

Monello

Yeah, whatever
PREMO Member
The religion of peace..while they cut off someones head what a bunch of mongrels
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