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Muslims in the UK protested a film held in Blackburn that is said to provoke ‘Shia and Sunni tensions. It is alleged that the film makes a mockery of the “Prophet” Muhammad’s six-year-old child bride Aisha and his other companions. As a result, the film has been banned in several Islamic countries. Muslims in the UK hope to follow Muslim countries’ lead, ban free speech, and have the movie shut down.
British-made, The Lady of Heaven is directed by Eli King and written by Muslim cleric Yasser Al-Habib. Filming began in 2019, and the production was delayed due to the Covid pandemic.
It has now been released nationwide, including in towns with high Muslim populations such as Blackburn, Bradford, and Manchester, through mainstream cinema chains such as Vue, Cineworld, and Showcase.
Protests were also planned in other towns and cities where local Muslims are angry that freedom of speech is permitted. Muslim claim that the storyline ‘negatively depicts’ their “deeply loved Islamic religious figures” and goes against their “historical facts.”
About 25 people turned up outside Vue Cinemas in Blackburn last night (Friday, June 2) after 6 pm. One of their Muslim spokesmen led a chant that declared “Allah is greatest,” “Takbir,” while […]
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