A year of bans on Biblical epics and raunchy Lebanese dramas concluded with what some call an increase in censorship in the Middle East
The film has been banned in Bahrain, Indonesia, Malaysia, Qatar and the UAE
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Malaysia is the latest Muslim country to ban ‘Noah’ on religious grounds, in addition to Indonesia, Egypt, Qatar, Bahrain and the UAE
Are these bans legitimate public policy, or are they – like so many other laws regulating public culture – built on fear and misunderstanding?
Many Middle Eastern countries are not “all aboard” for Noah.
The $125 million film, prohibited by Egypt's Azhar, has sent shockwaves across the Arab world
The top Muslim institution says the film is contrary to the faith and the fundamentals of Islam
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