The heartbreaking journey of Lady Fatima, the daughter of the Prophet Muhammad. Separated by 1,400 years, an Iraqi boy, in the middle of a war-torn country, learns the importance and power of patience. After losing his mother, the boy finds himself in a new home, where a loving grandmother tells the historical story of La Dama and how her suffering as the first victim of terrorism spiraled out of control into the 21st century.
Genre: Action, Drama, History
Original language: English
Director: Eli King
Why Lady of Haven Banned in Pakistan?
The Lady of Heaven PTA leads the blockade of a blasphemous movie:
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) has reached out to social media platforms to remove trailers for the blasphemous film “Lady of Heaven.”
A PTA statement on Sunday said that in light of different reports about the release of the film titled “Lady of Heaven” and its sacrilegious content,
the PTA had run social media platforms, including YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, etc. for the immediate blocking of all content related to said movie from their platforms. So far, 336 URLs have been reported that contain promotions for said movie on different platforms. ”
PTA Director’s Social Media Platforms To Block Sacrilege Film “Lady of Heaven”
Directed by Eli King, the film features an Iraqi boy in the middle of a war-torn country, where he learns the importance and power of patience. After losing his mother, the boy finds himself in a new home, where a loving grandmother tells the life story of Hazrat Fatima (SA) and how her suffering as the first victim of terrorism spiraled out of control into the 21st century. .
The film focuses on the crimes of ISIS in Iraq and Syria, in which the historical events related to Hazrat Fatima (SA) after 1400 years have also been depicted.
Sarah Trevis, Ray Fearon, Mark Anthony Brighton, Denise Black, and Oscar Garland are among the lead actors in the drama.
In an article published by the Persian Mehr news agency service, the intention behind making the film is questioned.
Sheikh Yasser Al-Habib has written the script. He is a Shiite Muslim cleric from Kuwait and director of the London-based Khoddam Al-Mahdi Organization. Al-Habib tries to express his religious views and his research and conclusions on Islamic history based on Shiite and Sunni sources.
In September 2010, Al-Habib enraged Sunni Muslims by calling Aisha “an enemy of God”, prompting Kuwait to revoke her citizenship, accusing him of trying to provoke discord among Muslims.
Later, the leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, helped defuse tensions between Shia and Sunni Muslims by issuing a fatwa that prohibits making insulting comments to the wives of the prophets, including the Prophet Muhammad (s). .
However, Al-Habib has claimed that his film conveys a message of love and peace.
“It is a call for a better mentality to face the challenges. I am very proud of this very high quality film production, as well as the entire team whose highly qualified backgrounds and ideas have contributed to its realization. In fact, love for this great lady and faith in her noble message set them free, ”said Al-Habib.
In contrast, Iranian clerics, Ayatollah Nasser Makarem Shirazi, Ayatollah Hossein Nuri Hamedani, and Ayatollah Lotfollah Safi Golpayegani have banned viewing of the film, believing it will provoke discord among Muslims, particularly Shiite and Sunni Muslims.
Before “Lady in the Sky,” films on the history of Islam produced in Islamic countries such as Iran, Kuwait, Qatar, and Iraq helped promote unity between different schools of Islamic theology, but this film whose writer is known for causing division and discord, will divert Muslims from unity.
Without a doubt, recent events in Islamic countries have shown that there is a pressing need for greater unity among Muslims.