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Lebanese authorities banned the new "Wonder Woman" movie Wednesday hours before it was due to premiere in the capital and following a campaign against its lead actress, Gal Gadot, who served in the Israeli army, a security official and activists said.Cinemas in Beirut began removing the movie posters and cinema executives said the movie will not be shown because of the ban.Lebanon is officially at war with Israel and the two countries have been through a number of wars.A particularly devastating 2006 war battered Lebanon's infrastructure and left hundreds of civilians killed.On February 18 2016, the internet was broken, again.This time, it was not by anyone’s naked pictures, but by the truly remarkably enlightening and instructive article titled “30 types of single Lebanese girls.” As the title so clearly explains, the article divides single Lebanese girls into 30 different categories, ranging from the “emotionally damaged” to the “marriage seeker.” This masterpiece addresses both women and men, claiming they might have dated or at least met these kinds of women, with the anonymous author reducing his/her audience to a bunch of failed relationship cases. Time to move on from the rustic stereotypes, and accept the fact that if a woman is single it, first of all, is her choice, and second of all, does not mean something’s wrong with her.A premiere later Wednesday in Beirut was cancelled.
The official says the ban issued by the minister of interior Wednesday has been relayed to the distribution company, which in turn have to inform the theaters planning to show the movie.
“Wonder Woman” has been removed from Tunisian’s local movie ticket website,
Meanwhile, in Algeria, the movie was scrapped from Sunday’s Nuits du Cinéma film festival after a petition circulated calling for its removal, Variety reported.
A month before the launching of the campaign, the NGO and other international treaties such as the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children, which supplements the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, After World War I and the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the French Mandate for Syria and the Lebanon was established in the country.
During this period, the Ottoman law continued to be applied until the creation of the Lebanese Penal Code in 1943, which was drawn from the French Penal Code of 1810.
One bad experience with a Lebanese girl does not mean all Lebanese girls are seriously deranged maniacs.