An issue of the the literary magazine "Ibda3", which is published by one of the Egyptian government's literary institutions, is being banned for containing a poem that has a stanza deemed by some to be offensive to the "Divine Being." The ban came after the union of press workers objected to the poem and because the government did not want a confrontation about it with the Muslim Brotherhood in the Parliament. The magazine was closed down before for publishing paintings of nudes.
As usual while the government harasses the MB on the political front, they choose to compromise with them on the cultural front. It's the policy expressed by the Arab proverb: "Udrob kaff w 3addel Taqeyeh." (slap with one hand, and fix the cap with the other).
The ultimate victim is poetry, which should really be banned once and for all. Arabs can live without it.