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The Japanese publisher Shueisha and the anime production company A.P.P.P. have halted shipments of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime and manga after online Islamic protesters objected to imagery in the anime that they deemed offensive. In particular, a scene in the sixth anime episode ("The Mist of Vengeance") depicts the main villain, Dio, vowing to kill the main character Jōtarō Kujō while looking at pages of the Qur'an, the main religious text of Islam.

The corresponding scene in the original manga's Part 3 ("Stardust Crusaders," pictured at right) has unintelligible scrawls in the book. However, the animators put reproductions of pages from the Ar-Ra'd (The Thunder) chapter of the Qur'an in the corresponding scene in their version. The Kyodo News agency cited Sheikh Abdul Hamid Al-Atrash, chairman of the Fatwa Committee at Cairo's Al-Azhar University, as saying, "The scene depicts Muslims as terrorists."