Pakistan bans 'Da Vinci Code'

Discussion in 'Islam' started by Dirk_Pitt, Jun 6, 2006.

  1. Dirk_Pitt

    Dirk_Pitt Banned

    source

    In the article it states
    But isnt it correct that Islam considers Jesus to be a prophet and therefor should be respected? If so why do they not say they have banned it because of Islam AND Christianity?
    Although it seems to be reaching out to christains in a Muslim country it still seems a bit divisive.
     
  2. catstevens

    catstevens Muslim Top To Toe

    Hi Dirk_Pitt :)
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  3. catstevens

    catstevens Muslim Top To Toe

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    It seems for the both reasons.
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  4. catstevens

    catstevens Muslim Top To Toe

    They said:
    I think blasphemous material for both Christians and Muslims, maybe they said so but they didn't quote it, becuase as you saw, in my source there are more other details.
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  5. catstevens

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    But it also said that the officials ( i.e. Muslims, right?) said that ,"The Da Vinci Code" contained blasphemous material about Jesus. I think blasphemous material for both Christians and Muslims


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  6. catstevens

    catstevens Muslim Top To Toe

    ?
    Do they mean Christian Officials?
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  7. catstevens

    catstevens Muslim Top To Toe

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  8. catstevens

    catstevens Muslim Top To Toe

    Dirk_Pitt
    yes I know and it says too,
    Pakistan on Saturday banned cinemas from showing "The Da Vinci Code" because it contained what officials (who are they?) called blasphemous material about Jesus. (I think or maybe they meant blasphemous material for both Christians and Muslims ) because you read: Source Culture Minister Ghulam Jamal (is he christian?)said the film was blasphemous. Mr Jamal said: "Islam teaches us to respect all the prophets of Allah Almighty and degradation of any prophet is tantamount to defamation of the rest," the official Associated Press of Pakistan news agency reported. Source adding the government will not allow any movie that has controversial scenes about any prophet.​


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