The Lady of Heaven | Uproar caused by film discussed by GB News’ Inaya Folarin Iman

GBNews published this video item, entitled “The Lady of Heaven | Uproar caused by film discussed by GB News’ Inaya Folarin Iman” – below is their description.

‘It wasn’t necessarily the depiction of Prophet Muhammad that caused controversy, it was the narrative.’

GB News’ Inaya Folarin Iman speaks to Neil Oliver about the controversy caused by the film: The Lady of Heaven.

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About This Source - GBNews

GB News is a free-to-air television and radio news channel in the United Kingdom. The channel is available on Freeview, Freesat, Sky, YouView, Virgin Media and via the internet. Since 4 January 2022, an audio simulcast of the station has been available on DAB+ radio.

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