Barbie and Talk to Me have been banned in Kuwait
Barbie and Talk to Me have been banned in Kuwait. The reason for banning these movies is their immoral content that can cause social disturbance.
Why Banned Barbie And Talk to Me In Kuwait
Kuwait reported this morning that Barbie and ‘Talk to Me’ films have been banned in the country to protect public morals and traditions. Kuwait reported this morning that Barbie and ‘Talk to Me’ films have been banned in the country to protect public morals and traditions. The Gulf country of Kuwait has followed Lebanon in this regard. Lebanon also banned the screening of the movie ‘Barbie’ in the country’s cinemas on Wednesday.
The movie Barbie has ban in Kuwait and the movie was criticized in the Arab world due to the social and moral values of the movie. The state news agency said Kuwait took the move to protect its “public morality”. Lebanon’s culture minister said it was an immoral film, He said that this film has made to promote immoral values.
Blockbuster Movie Ban
However, this blockbuster film is show in other countries of the region including Saudi Arabia. The film has gross over $1bn within weeks of its release.
Values and Cultural Deteriorate
Film classification chief Lafi al-Sabi’i, who heads Kuwait’s film classification board, usually asks the board to cut scenes that consider insulting to his country’s culture. It is fear that public morals will deteriorate. In contrast, if a film violates our moral values, it should ban, and if the state declares it unacceptable, it will be complete ban.
No place those types of Content
The spokesperson of the Ministry of Information of Kuwait said that this film promotes immoral ideas and beliefs which are against our morals and such morals have no place in our society. The Minister of Culture of Lebanon, Muhammad Murtada, has asked the Ministry of Interior to take all measures to ban Barbie.
Against Our Cultural Standard
In which slogans are being promote which are against our moral and religious standards, it mocks the father’s guardianship and undermines the role of the mother. It raises questions about marriage and having a family. Therefore, there is no place for such immoral films in our society. It promotes immoral relationships, so all measures should taken to ban it.
Following Mr. Murtada’s move, Lebanon’s Interior Minister. And state judge Bassam Maulvi asked the country’s censorship committee. To review the film. Last month, the leader said such morality was an easy threat to Lebanese society. And called on authorities to ban content that appeared to promote it.
Lebanese Rights Group
Ayman Mehna, executive director of the Samir Kasir Foundation. A Lebanese rights group, told Reuters the move came amid a “wave of bigotry” in the country. He said it was part of a larger campaign by Hezbollah. Right-wing Christians, and other religious leaders to mobilize people against such content. It has also beam. Vietnam has also claimed to ban it in the South China Sea. However, after the ban in Kuwait and Lebanon, other countries are also thinking of banning it.