The seven mosques and the seven days, how come we get so much religion in movies?

I do not have the answer to that question, though I believe it has something to do with money, because everything has to be financed, so the way that could happen is to include people and few organizations in the credits after the movie.

The seven mosques are probably referred to as, one thing the place which is in Saudi Arabia, number two is referring to the weeks or days in a week.

From there I have read that in batman vs superman, Lois Lane is in that area but the Saudi Arabia has forbidden man of steel to enter their airspace, in the movie of course. The reason why must be another reference because the birthname of Man of Steel is Kal El, the last name El, comes from Israel.

Actually that is a fun coincidence that Gal Gadot is from Israel, but I would assume she has nothing to do with it.

What Lois Lane is doing in Saudi Arabia is probably covering a story and witnessing Man of Steel or Superman is actually entering the airspace when they might try to shoot him down or some catastrophe.

There will be a huge focus or diversion regarding this area from the movie Batman vs Superman, because I know when something is going on abroad and some connections in the east or something related to it, I am ninety-nine percent sure a focus will be there.

Besides in the movie that the place as religion is there, then in reality, too much is going on down there – I am up north that’s why I write, down there.

The place mentioned in the plot of the movie where Lois is on a story of some sort where big action might take place, is named Khandaq.