The Lady of Heaven Cineworld in UK cancels screenings of film on Prophet Muhammad’s son

Cineworld chain of playhouses has decided to remove ‘ The Lady Of Heaven ’ after it urged outrage among some British Muslims.

 One of the UK’s largest cinema chains has blazoned the cancellation of all release of a controversial new film claiming to reflect the story of the son of prophet Muhammad after British Muslim demurrers across different metropolises.

 Cineworld said in a statement on Tuesday that it took the decision to cancel all showings of The Lady of Heaven to insure the safety of staff and guests. An online solicitation calling for the film’s junking from all UK playhouses has attracted over autographs, with several British Muslim groups issuing statements in kick

Due to the recent incidents regarding wireworks of The Lady of Heaven, we’ve made the decision to cancel forthcoming Shows of the film civil to insure the safety of our staff and guests, Cineworld said in an dispatch to the protesting groups.

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 Please accept our sincere justifications for the caused vexation, the chain said.

 The film, described on its website as a heart- wrenching trip of Lady Fatima the son of Muhammad.

 In agreement with Islamic tradition, during the timber of this film no individual represented a holy personality. The performances of the holy personalities were achieved through a unique conflation of actors, in- camera goods, lighting and visual goods, the website reads.

But the protesters and those behind the online solicitation onChange.Org have condemned it for inaccurate delineations of early Islamic history and claim the film has been created to beget heartbreak for all Muslims as well as spread false information on Islam.

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 It’s sustained with a insular testament and is impious in nature to the Muslim community, reads a statement from the Bolton Council of Kirks, which led demurrers against the wireworks in north- west England.

 “ It grossly disrespects the prophet Muhammad( peace be upon him) in numerous ways and is deeply disturbing to every Muslim. It also misrepresents orthodox literal narratives and disrespects the most recognized individualities of Islamic history. The plot begs the question to what extent the directors had considered the huge impact of this film upon the Muslim community and sundries of sacredness dearly held by them, ” it notes.

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 The film, written by Kuwait- born Yasser al- Habib and released in the UK on June 3, has been banned in Egypt and Pakistan, while in Iran, ministers have issued a fatwa against anyone who watches it. In the UK, demonstrations have been held across playhouses in Birmingham, Bolton, Bradford and Sheffield.

Baroness Claire Fox, a House of Lords blink, twittered to denounce the cancellation of the wireworks to advise against cancel culture.

” Disastrous for the trades, dangerous for free speech, a assignment to those who argue identity politics are no trouble to republic,” she said.

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