The Supreme mufti of Saudi Arabia called movies and music are immoral

Capital Of Saudi Arabia Riyadh

The Supreme mufti of Saudi Arabia Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah al-Sheikh called movies in cinemas immoral occupation, which is not good. His statement on the air of satellite TV channel Al Majid Sunday, January 15, quoted by RIA Novosti.

Commenting on the role of cinema in the life of the Kingdom, al-Sheikh said: “We know that this is moral decay”. On the screen, in his opinion, the show “vulgar, pornographic, immoral films which are brought from abroad, to change our culture.”

Currently in Saudi Arabia, there is no state cinema (according to some, there are several private institutions). This is due to including strict rules of communication between women and men is strictly regulated, the presence of people of both sexes in the same room in the dark it’s rude and promotes adultery. For this reason, forbidden the theatres and concerts.

In may 2016, nationals of Saudi Arabia, it was forbidden to take a selfie with your Pets and play Board and card games featuring the characters of the cartoon “Pokemon.” The first was due to the fact that Islam forbids idols, the second — the promotion of Zionist ideas.