The British Government He described his Facebook post as “incompatible with the government’s advisory role”. He fired Qari Asim, a Muslim official who was head of an official working group, on Saturday. In full controversy Around the movie “La Dame du Paradis” (“The Lady of Heaven”).
Diprogrammed by the Cineworld Cinema chain and released in theaters in early June, the film first depicts the character of the first Imam, Fatima Zahra, the daughter of the Prophet Muhammad and Ali’s wife. Shiite. This led to several demonstrations in front of the group’s chambers, which Muslims condemned as “blasphemous” work.
Qari Asim, an imam and lawyer in Leeds, in the north of the UK, posted a comment on Facebook on Monday accusing the film of “deeply hurting Muslims” and releasing coordinates of a planned protest in Leeds the same evening. Alerted British officials put an end to his activities with an “immediate effect” mail, believing the campaign against the film had “led to religiously motivated protests”.
Officials justified that “this involvement in the campaign to restrict freedom of expression is inconsistent with the advisory role of the government,” and the campaign against the film promoted hostility between the Shiite and Sunni communities.
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