KUWAIT CITY: Kuwaiti authorities have suspended a Kuwaiti channel that aired a TV program that violated religious prohibitions. Prohibited for presenting a program depicting Prophet Ibrahim on a religious TV show. The Kuwaiti Ministry of Information has also ordered those behind the program to appear before the public prosecutor. The channel filmed Prophet Ibrahim during a program on Hajj related to the history of Hajj. Anwar Murad, a spokesman for the Kuwaiti Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Anwar Murad, a spokesman for the ministry, said that the film was banned in Islam and was directed by Abdul Rahman al-Mutairi, the Kuwaiti Minister of Information. Also Read: He also clarified that permission had not been sought to show the committee for reviewing religious matters under the Ministry before airing the program prepared for the English audience. He added that Kuwaiti law requires that the committee examine all aspects of TV programs that cover religious issues and show the program in advance for approval. Hamad Mohammed al-Matar, a member of the Kuwaiti parliament, has called for a detailed investigation into the circumstances that led to the broadcast of such an event and for those responsible to be brought to justice. He added that such religious matters could only be broadcast with the permission of the Sharia Supervisory Board under the Ministry of Islamic Affairs.