PTA Directs Social Media Platforms to Block Sacrilegious Film ‘Lady of Heaven’

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has directed all social media platforms to block the trailers of the sacrilegious movie called ‘Lady of Heaven’.

The PTA said in a statement that it has approached various social media platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to have all the content related to the sacrilegious movie blocked.

The statement read: “Keeping in view different reports regarding release of the movie titled ‘Lady of Heaven’ and its sacrilegious content, PTA has directed social media platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, etc. for the immediate blocking of all content related to the said movie from their platforms’.


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The PTA said that it has reported 336 URLs containing promotions of the movie that have been reported from different platforms.

About the Film

Produced by the Enlightened Kingdom Company, the film is about Hazrat Fatima (RA), the daughter of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). It was released on 29 December in London and has caused an uproar in the Muslim world.


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Directed by Eli King, the film revolves around the story of an Iraqi child in the midst of a war-torn country who learns the importance and power of patience. Having lost her mother in the war, the girl grows up in a new home where a loving grandmother narrates a story about the life of Hazrat Fatima (RA).

The film centers on the crimes of ISIS in Iraq and Syria, in which the historical events related to Hazrat Fatima (RA) have also been depicted after 1400 years.