Ridley Scott’s version of the Biblical story of Moses, Exodus: Gods and Kings, has reportedly been banned in Egypt because of ‘historical inaccuracies.’ Abdul Sattar Fathi, head of the Egyptian state censorship board, cited “mistakes” such as the movie’s portrayal of Moses as a general, not a prophet, and its claim that Jews built the pyramids. “Furthermore, it shows ancient Egyptians as a mob group persecuting peaceful Jews. Our board has refused this out of respect for Egyptians’ feelings,” Fathi said.
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