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

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


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

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