Egypt has banned a Hollywood film based on the Biblical book of Exodus because of what censors described as "historical inaccuracies".
The head of the censorship board said these included the film's depiction of Jews as having built the Pyramids, and that an earthquake, not a miracle by Moses, caused the Red Sea to part.
Exodus: Gods and Kings stars Christian Bale as Moses.
There have also been reports that the film is banned in Morocco.
Although the state-run Moroccan Cinema Centre (CCM) had given the film the green light, Moroccan business website Medias24.com said that officials had decided to ban the movie from being screened the day before its premiere.
According to the book of Exodus, the Pyramids were built by Jewish slaves, who were led to freedom by Moses after God inflicted a series of plagues on Egypt.
The Biblical story tells how the Red Sea was parted by a miracle performed by God through Moses, allowing the Jewish people to escape from the pursuing Egyptian army.
And don't forget: Moses was actually a Muslim. That was probably the part they left out.
It's a new kind of nanny state, one that protects its citizens from all cinematic inaccuracies. That about leaves films on how to repair your lawn mower, the history of cat food, or actuarial trends among disabled embalmers.