The film, written by Yasser al Habib, has been banned in several Muslim countries.
The Moroccan film authorities have banned the controversial British film titled Lady of Heaven after the country’s religious council condemned it.
In a statement, the Moroccan Cinematographic Centre (MCC) said: “The Lady of Heaven film was banned from being screened or commercialised in Morocco.”
The ban came hours after the Council of Ulema, Morocco’s highest religious authority, condemned the British film as a “flagrant falsification of facts” and a “heinous act which cannot be accepted by Muslims”.
There have been protests against the film in the UK. Egypt, Pakistan, Iran and Iraq have also denounced it.