Proposal of Banning Horror, fantasy movies in Malaysia
Puteri wants ban on horror, fantasy movies
KUALA LUMPUR: Puteri Umno wants the Government to ban the production of “horror, mystical and superstitious” movies, claiming such films can weaken the faith of Muslims in the country.
The movement also wants the authorities to empower the Islamic Development Department (Jakim) to take action against such productions.
The call was contained in one of the motions that were passed without debate at the movement’s general assembly on Wednesday.
“In view of widespread screening of movies with ghosts, superstitious and mystical elements, we urge the Government to empower Jakim to ban their production as they do not carry any positive message, but instead may destroy the faith,” it said.
The movement also called on the Government to issue a similar ban on all foreign movies of such genres.
It said film producers should concentrate on producing films of different genres that could serve as lessons, rather than show horror and superstitious ones which might not even deliver the intended messages.
It added parents must provide religious education to children to ensure that they would have strong faith to avoid from getting influenced by such negative elements.
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