Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Egypt’s top court decided on Saturday that regulators must bock the video document sharing site YouTube for one month over a video that slanders the Prophet Mohammad, a lawyer who filed the case told. A lower administrative court had requested that the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology block YouTube, owned by Google, in 2013 over the video, yet the case was offered and its decision remained amid the appeal procedure. The service at the time said it is difficult to implement the decision without additionally disturbing Google’s Internet search engine, acquiring conceivably huge cost and employment misfortunes in the Arab world’s most populous nation. The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology was not promptly accessible for input. YouTube gave off an impression of being working in Egypt on Saturday. The film “Innocence of Muslims”, a low-budget 13-minute video, was billed as a film trailer and made in California with private funding. It incited an influx of hostile to American unrest in Egypt and other Muslim nations when it showed up in 2012. Mohamed Hamid Salem, an journey who documented the case in 2013, said the decision additionally arranges that all connections that broadcast the film be blocked. The decision is viewed as last and can’t be appealed.