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After the protest, a British company stopped showing a film that angered Muslims  political news

After the protest, a British company stopped showing a film that angered Muslims political news

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The British company was canceled for display The movie And distribution, Wednesday, all offers Rated Rejection of the portrayal of the Prophet, his Companions and the Caliphs by the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) after protests by the Muslim community in England for a controversial film.

Cineworld has canceled all screenings of the movie “Her Lady of Heaven”. Following the escalation of the protests against him in many cities in Britain.

“We have decided to cancel the upcoming screenings of the film across the country to ensure the safety of our staff and customers at the latest events (referring to protests) related to the screenings of Lady of Heaven,” a Cinworld spokeswoman said. In a statement.

Thousands of British Muslims protested peacefully outside Cineworld theaters last week, demanding the film be canceled.

In this case, more than 120,000 people signed up to withdraw the film from all theaters. Nationwide.

However, as “Vue” theaters continue to screen the film in the capital London and the Southeast region, the character “Cineworld” has suspended film screenings in the United Kingdom.

The View panel said in a statement that the film was based on the belief that films of interest to various communities across the United Kingdom should be shown, indicating that “Her Lady of Heaven” was recognized by the British Independent Film Classification. Board.

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“Images of the Prophet Muhammad”

The film “Her Lady of Heaven” provoked outrage among Muslims across England for their portrayal of the forbidden Prophet in Islam, and for imitating his Companions and Caliphs.

The film, which premiered in the UK on June 3, tells the story of Lady Fatima al-Zahra, the daughter of the Prophet Muhammad.

For his part, he said Islamic Council of BritainThe largest Muslim organization in the country called the film “Separation.”

According to a statement issued last Sunday, the council “supports scholars and leaders who call for greater unity and the common good.”

“Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online,” said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.

On social media, activists compared some of the comrades to figures of the Islamic State, accusing the filmmaker of trying to provoke sectarian strife.