Norway: Oslo mass-killer admires Obama

This title is as legitimate as any other that has been going on through internet. Anders Behring, the killer of 86 (last hour: police revises down attack death toll to 76) teenagers in a Youth Labour camp, is either a madman or a sadist. Or both. He apparently supported anti-Jihad sites, but I can strongly say we can not (and will not) support his crimes, which are unjustified at all. You could ask why T&P would need to issue such a comment.

But it is necessary (despite it’s stupidity for any sound person): as he is (supposedly) an anti-Jihadist and “a Christian” who doesn’t like Islamization, now everyone who dares to criticize Islam and considers himself as that, should be held accountable of his crimes. That’s nonsense: we, at T&P, have never supported indiscriminated violence, against everyone who is at a location, being exactly what every Islamist terrorist does, every time he/she explodes a bomb and that we criticize here everytime we’re able. Violence should only be used, at a last resort in war, and even in war, there are laws and practices that rule it. And we know that, except some fringe elements that we just don’t link at all because they are as dangerous with their words as any Islamic extremists, most anti-Jihadists are just peace-loving guys who are absolutely shocked by cruelty, murder, amputations, rapes, honor killings, discrimination, etc. that is going on under Islam nowadays.

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Iran: blogger sentenced to 10 yrs in prison

Sakhi Rigi is a blogger who was sentenced to 20 years prison in Zahedan, in Sistan and Baluchistan province, on charges of publishing false infomation and “acts against national security.” This is the longest sentence ever passed on a blogger in Iran.

His blog was called Balouchestan Sarfaraz (Pride Baluchistan) [fa]. Rigi was arrested on 18 June, 2009, and is being held in appalling conditions in Karon prison, in Ahvaz. Torture was used to extract a confession. Adding to his bad luck, is that he has the same surname asAbdolmalek Rigi, the late head of the Balochi armed opposition group Jundallah, which in the eyes of the authorities implicates him.

Human Rights Activists Agency reports [fa] that:

… the blogger is 31 years old and was arrested six days after presidential election in 2009 and was jailed in solitary cell for seven months… he was studying in university and had just few months to end his studies… it seems his posts played a role in his jail sentence.

More here.

Morocco: director of main newspaper jailed

The current King of Morocco, His Majesty Moham...

King Mohammed VI. Morocco. Image via Wikipedia

One month and twelve days after his arrest, the journalist Rachid Nini has been sentenced to one year imprisonment and a fine of about 89 euros for “contempt of justice“.

In the pages of ‘Al Massae‘, the most widely read daily newspaper of all Morocco, he used 9 items to denounce “terrorist practices” of state security forces and “unfair trials” in matters Islamists.

Our team continues to work as before, we will not stop”, he told Jajili Yussef, a spokesman for “Al Massae” who also considered that “they have put behind bars the best reporter of all Morocco, his imprisonment gives us strength to continue and protect our editorial line, based on the reporting of corrupt our system“.

More here.

Venezuela: Chávez Seeks to Censor Internet

Hugo Chávez is tired of your pokes, tweets and comments. If he has his way, a bill making its way through Parliament that includes restrictions on social media giants, will become law.

…The wording of the bill that would censor social networks calls for protecting citizens “moral and ethical honor”. As such, it would also control adult programming. It proposes applying limits on content in “electronic media” according to the time of day and would call on internet service providers to establish mechanisms to restrict nefarious adult content.

The bill comes at a time of turmoil for Venezuelan legislators as Chávez is once again seeking decree powers that would grant him special powers to enact laws as he sees fit.

via No More Pokes? Chávez Seeks to Censor Facebook, Twitter – Fox News Latino.

Some Venezuelans have protested outside the National Assembly.

Chávez has said the powers could extend up to 18 months. “The text of the law allows him to issue decrees across a wide range of areas including housing, land, finances and security“.


Nobel Awards: Liu Xiaobo’s day

Liu Xiaobo with his wife.

This year, the lovers of freedom have enjoyed the selection made by the Norwegian Nobel Committee. The image of the kind China they tried to paint during the Beijing Olympics is now far away. Today the real China is portrayed to the world for not releasing Liu and for preventively arrestng the relatives, friends and associates of the awarded dissident. The economic fate of China has changed thanks to free market forces. But that doesn’t mean at all that the  Chinese leadership will allow a real political reform. At this time of global financial crisis, we can not forget that many governments have ignored their own volition and the deplorable human rights situation in the last Communist empire, thinking more than anything that China buys their debt and that that money can pay for their own domestic financial excesses. But in a fit of human decency, the Free World will celebrate Liu’s Award.

A Chinese proverb says: “One generation plants the trees, but another is enjoying the shade.” People like Liu Xiaobo are planting the trees. It may take more or less time, but future generations will definitely enjoy the shade.

El día de Liu Xiaobo | The Americano.

Venezuela: Chávez buys 20% of Globovisión and announces an Internet regulation

Hugo Chávez

The Venezuelan State has just “bought” 20% of Globovisión, although that would not change (for now) its political positioning, as the majority stakeholder will continue to be Guillermo Zuloaga. Globovisión is the only independent TV station, after the Government shut down RCTV.

The Venezuelan Government is also going to impose its “revolution” on Internet. As Venezuelan blogger Martha Colmenares writes, the Government wants to impose its hegemony in the media, and that includes Internet. So they have sent to the National Assembly a draft of amendment to the Law on Social Responsbility in Radio and RV to regulate “the Internet and reform aspects of the Law concerning the media in general“. It will be presented next week in the plenary sessions.

The amendment refers to all digital media, including websites and blogs, and the use of social networks such as Twitter or Facebook. As a result, all the messages that don’t support Hugo Chávez, that are against Hugo Chávez even occasionally or that show Venezuelan reality, will be affected by the new law. “This is just pure censorship“. And of course, the dissidents won’t go unpunished.

Egypt: Kareem is being beaten at the State Security Intelligence headquarters

Kareem Amer is an Egyptian blogger who was condemned to a 4-year-prison term for “insulting Islam“. The end of his imprisonment has come but, instead of freeing him, he has been kept in prison and beaten severely.

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information reports that Kareem is being beaten at the State Security Intelligence (SSI) headquarters in Alexandria where he was held illegally for the past five days. The press release notes that Kareem has completed his full sentence and should therefore be released. A translation of the report’s highlights are below:

On the 6th of November Kareem Amer was released from the Borj Al Arab prison, where he was held for years, and his official release was meant to be processed, however he was detained by the State Security Intelligence in Alexandria where he faced beatings by a junior officer as well as an order for his continued detainment.

Gamal Eid, the director of the Arab Network for Human Rights Information, said that these practices against an unarmed prisoner is creating a climate of hatred against the police forces in general and the State Security Intelligence officials in particular. Kareem already spent years of punishment and his release is now a legal obligation, therefore why is he being beaten and held illegally?

The network stresses that holding a prisoner under these conditions despite having completed the sentence given four years ago is an injustice that people will not be willing to forget. Egypt’s ministry of interior will have to one day answer for these crimes. The ministry in question, with all its soldiers and officers, are not more powerful than a person’s right.

via Free Kareem! – Kareem is being beaten at the State Security Intelligence headquarters.

During his prison term he has been harrassed repeatedly:

This is not the first time prison authorities have gone out of their way to harass Karim Amer,” said CPJ Middle East and North Africa Program Coordinator Mohamed Abdel Dayem. “Egyptian authorities seem intent on degrading critics even when they are in prison. Karim Amer should not be in prison at all.”

He has also been tortured.

I really hope that he is freed as soon as possible. He did nothing but speak his mind. And yet, he was condemned, imprisoned, tortured, harrassed and is now facing illegal detention. On a personal basis, his family disowned him and his father wanted Sharia Law to be applied to him:

The family of Al-Azhar student Abdul Kareem Nabeel Suleiman, accused of “contempt of religion”, has disowned him before his court verdict session on the upcoming Thursday. His father, a retired mathematics teacher, has demanded applying the Sharia [Islamic law] ruling on him by giving him three days to repent, followed by having him killed if he does not announce his repentance.

Malaysia: exiled blogger is free to return; he says he won’t

Raja Petra KamaruddinHe allegedly insulted Islam:

Malaysia’s top blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin, who fled the country after being held under security laws in 2008, is free to return after a detention order lapsed, his lawyer said Monday.

However the founder of the popular Malaysia Today website, which has outraged top leaders with its stream of critical stories, is unlikely to leave his self-imposed exile in Britain for fear of fresh charges, he said.

This order has lapsed but it does not stop the authorities from seeking my client’s detention on other grounds should he return,” said lawyer Jadadish Chandra.

“Raja Petra is in the UK at the moment and he is unlikely to return to Malaysia anytime soon,” he told AFP.

Raja Petra was detained in September 2008 and held for 56 days under the Internal Security Act, which allows for indefinite detention without trial.

He was accused of writing articles that allegedly insulted Islam. But the blogger, himself a member of Malaysia’s majority Muslim community, is best known for his political articles.

via France24 – Malaysian blogger free but likely to remain in exile.

He is not an “Islamophobe“, he is a Muslim. And yet had to exile himself to UK if he wanted to remain free after being charged with “insulting Islam” and arrested.

In what country people are given more freedom? Yep, not in the “Muslim-majority” one… 😦

Opinion: “Geert Wilders’ trial has backfired in any way possible”

Geert Wilders… The politically charged trial took another twist last week when one of Mr. Wilders‘ expert witnesses, the Arabist Hans Jansen, wrote on his website that a member of the judiciary had tried to influence him. He said that at a dinner party before he was supposed to testify, one of the appeals judges whose decision compelled the prosecutors to press charges tried to “convince me of the correctness of the decision to take Wilders to court.”


To further complicate matters, the trial judges then denied a defense request to question Mr. Jansen in court about his allegations. An oversight panel of jurists finally granted the defense’s request to dismiss the presiding judges, calling their colleagues’ refusal to hear the witness “incomprehensible.” The trial, which was supposed to end next month, theoretically must start over with new judges.


Prosecuting Mr. Wilders has backfired in every way imaginable, not least politically. The trial has seemed to confirm his charge that avoiding debate over the implications of Muslim immigration leads to the erosion of Western freedoms, most notably freedom of speech. Despite, or perhaps because of, the trial, Mr. Wilders’ Party for Freedom became the third-strongest parliamentary faction in last June’s elections. This allowed Mr. Wilders to become a political king-maker by backing the new center-right minority government.

via The Lost Cause Against Wilders –

I didn’t know that one of the judges had tried to influence a witness. The doubt is how many more were called with the same objective.


Hector Aleem’s trial for blasphemy: Mullahs gather outside of courtroom

As you probably know, Hector Aleem is being tried in Pakistan for blasphemy against Mohammed, Islam’s prophet. On October 21st and 25th, the days of the hearings, some Mullahs were assembled in the main entrance of the court at Rawalpindi to chant slogans calling for his death and against Christianity and to shout “Allah Akbar“. His family has made some videos from a mobile phone.

From the 21st hearing, you can go here to watch it.

From the 25th hearing:

Information on his case here,herehere and hereFree Hector Aleem on FB.

Norway: Demonstrations called for Friday on Koran’s alleged desecration

Islam in Europe:

Last week Dagbladet published a story about a link from the PST (Norwegian Security Service) Facebook page to a cartoon of Mohammed, which portrayed Mohammed as a pig writing in the Koran.  There were concerns that this link could cause riots in both Norway and Pakistan.  The story was illustrated with a screenshot.  While the PST story was ignored, and various people are now claiming it was a non-issue all along, Muslim taxi drivers in Oslo went on strike twice to protest the Dagbladet story.  Several protests are planned for tomorrow.

The Islamic Council of Norway is advising Muslims not to participate in the cartoon demonstrations on Friday.
"It is our opinion that the current demonstration can easily be exploited by rioting elements for their own aims, and therefore it won’t be best for neither Muslims or society at large. Under the circumstances we can therefore not recommend participation, even in legal demonstrations," the Islamic Council of Norway writes in a press release.

The Oslo city council might revoke taxi licenses after the Muslim protest.

Yesterday evening the site was shut down when several Turkish IP addresses loaded the front page about 5,000 times within a short period.

The Jawa Report writes about Jihadi forum chatter on the subject.

And here we begin again… 🙄

Wilders’ trial: only three witnesses allowed

Wilders had sought three categories of witnesses: 5 free speech experts, 8 Islam experts, and 5 “experiential experts.” This latter category consisted of various Islamists, including Theo van Gogh’s murderer, a Dutch imam who had unsuccessfully tried to sue Wilders, and the Egyptian fundamentalist Yusuf al-Qaradawi.

The court decided to permit only the three Islam experts to testify: Johannes Jansen, Simon Admiraal and Wafa Sultan. In fairness, barring the Islamist witnesses is perhaps excusable. Presumably none would be willing to testify voluntarily, and only one resides freely in the Netherlands. What is much more troubling is the court’s refusal to hear from any of Wilders’ five free speech experts – all of whom would likely have appeared voluntarily.

Certainly troubling but not striking. Unfortunately, not good prospects for Wilders…

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Iran: Moussavi’s counsellor, arrested; journalist, imprisoned

Reza Tajik, a high counsellor of the Iranian opposition’s leader Mir Hossein Mussavi, has been arrested.

Reza Tajik has been member of reformist Mohammed Khatami’s president. It has been announced by the website Kaleme a week after the Ashura demonstrations. 2 other Moussavi’s associates have been also arrested.

A journalist who was arrested back in June has been condemned to 6 years imprisoned.

via Iran:arrestato consigliere di Mussavi – Top News –

The imprisoned journalist is:

Henghameh Shahidi was, on the other hand, sentenced to six years and 32 days in prison by the 26th chamber of Tehran’s revolutionary court. The journalist and head of the blog Paineveste was arrested on 29 June. She spent 50 days in solitary confinement in Section 209 of Evin prison before being freed on 2 November 2009 after posting bail of nine million tomans (about 6,300 euros).

Her lawyer, Mohammad Mostafai, said the journalist had been convicted of “acting against national security”, “activities against the regime in collaboration with the BBC”, which is seen as a “counter-revolutionary channel”. She was also found guilty of signing petitions against the regime, including the Iranian feminist ‘one million signatures’ campaign, as well as the campaign against stoning and another urging the UN Human Rights Council to take up a position on the state of human rights in Iran. She was also convicted of writing articles deemed “insulting” to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on her weblog. Mostafai added that he would be lodging an appeal.

More examples on the crackdown on press freedom in the link above.

Jordan: Condemned on apostasy charges for writing some poems

In the poems, he referred to Muhammad several times and some people accused him of comparing Islam’s prophet to a fortune teller:

For a man facing a death sentence of sorts, Islam Samhan is remarkably accommodating.Over a delicious dinner prepared by his wife and closest confidante, Nada Damra, Samhan — a poet and devout Muslim — quietly explains how he came to be on trial for apostasy and what the potential consequences, beyond a $14,000 fine and imprisonment, could be.

“It means that killing me is a way to heaven,” he says, underscoring the seriousness of the label “kafir,” or apostate.

Islam Samhan says a Jordanian government court has essentially convicted him of being an apostate for a collection of poems he wrote. He went on trial after religious officials said his love poems disrespected the Prophet Mohammed.

Now Samhan, who considers himself a good, practicing Muslim, has three months to appeal the verdict. If he loses, he’ll spend a year in prison and pay the crippling $14,000 fine.

Even after doing time in prison and paying a fine equivalent to more than two times the average annual household income in Zarqa, Samhan will carry the “kafir” label with him for life.

He says he will not be able to return to his job as a cultural reporter at Al-Arab Al-Yawm, a local newspaper, and it’s unlikely he’ll be able to find anything more than menial work. Already, he’s been ostracized by most of his friends, his coworkers, and even some in-laws. He’s received numerous other death threats, including one to blow up his house, and people often spit at him.

…“The Mufti said I was a kafir and against religion, and that I should be punished the way religion punishes kafirs, which is death,” recounts Samhan.

…“In the beginning I was against trying to seek asylum, but now I want to do it,” says Samhan, grimly joking that he would even go to Darfur or Somalia to get out of a Jordanian jail term. “I would do anything not to go to prison, because I have to support my family.”

But without any official offers for asylum, Samhan is resigned to the fact that he will likely go to prison. As the sole supporter of his wife, two children and extended family, he worries how they will survive.

via Jordan | Jordanian Religion | Muslim | Apostasy.

El Gobierno de Sudán expulsa a una periodista por hacer preguntas sobre la industria de armas

El Gobierno de Sud�n expulsa a una periodista por informar sobre la crisis de Darfur.

“Sudán ha expulsado a una periodista extranjera por informar sobre la crisis de Darfur y la industria de armas del país, según anunciaron hoy diplomáticos estadounidenses, que señalaron que la periodista, Heba Aly, posee la nacionalidad canadiense y egipcia.
Aly, que escribía para la agencia de noticias de Estados Unidos Bloomberg, el diario ‘Christian Science Monitor’ y para la agencia de noticias humanitarias de la ONU, IRIN, dejó el país la semana pasada. Aly manifestó a sus compañeros que los responsables del servicio de seguridad de Sudán contactaron con ella y le ordenaron abandonar el país días después de que estuviera realizando preguntas sobre una fábrica de armas con base en Jartum.”

Oh, pero no hay que preocuparse…. El Gobierno sudanés es muy bueno y humanitario, especialmente su presidente. La ONU intentó retirar el informe sobre los crímenes perpetrados en Darfur por el Gobierno sudanés (especialmente por su Presidente, que fue acusado de genocidio el año pasado por el Fiscal Generla de la Haya Moreno Ocampo), primero contra los negros cristianos y animistas y luego contra los musulmanes negros. Si consideramos la máxima “Dime con quién andas y te diré quién eres”, podemos ver quién es Al-Bashir si pensamos que China le apoyó y “señaló su preocupación por estas acusaciones” (jejejej…). Y Al-Bashir apoyó a Hamas hace algunos días en la reunión de Qatar de Jefes de Estado Árabes,como podemos ver en esta foto.
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, cente, attends the emergency Arab leaders summit on Gaza in Doha, Qatar, Friday, Jan. 16, 2009. Pro-U.S. Arab countries boycotted the gathering, fearing it will boost the Palestinian militant group. The Qatar summit underlined the deep divisions in the Middle East over the Gaza violence. Egypt and Saudi Arabia reportedly sought to dissuade other Arab countries from joining the gathering, raising accusations that they were trying to thwart a united Arab stance on Gaza. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar) From Spanish Pundit
Este debe ser divertidísimo también, porque hay que ver lo absolutamente feo que es…. 😛 Y luego ese modelito no le sienta bien, entre la toalla en la cabeza y la bata de cocina, parece que en vez de a una reunión de Jefes de estado, va a prepararse una cervecita con su pinchito de tortilla (esa barriga cervecera no miente… XDDDDD).

Christian Science Monitor ha escrito sobre el tema. Al parecer, a la periodista no le dieron acreditación oficial, pero la dejaron trabajar sin grandes molestias hasta el pasado enero, cuando después de hacer unas preguntas para un artículo sobre una fábrica de armas, recibió una llamada de agentes de la Seguridad Nacional que pidieron entrevistarse con ella. Fue entonces cuando se la informó que debía de forma inmediata abandonar el país, pero se negaron a darle una orden de expulsión por escrito aunque sí la aconsejaron que debía dejar el país o si no sería arrestada. Cuando preguntó le dijeron que la razón era que había estado preguntando sobre las armas, pero que dirían al público que era un mero problema de inmigración.

El gobierno sudanés insiste en que todo es una mera cuestión inmigratoria…
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Gran Bretaña prohíbe a Wilders entrar en su territorio

Resumo lo que he escrito en inglés en el otro blog, donde dejo los enlaces por si alguien quiere leerlos (están todos en inglés).

Wilders iba a ir a Inglaterra para un visionado de la película FITNA en el parlamento británico, visionado que había sido suspendido en una ocasión porque a Lord Ahmed, musulmán convertido en “cabalero del Imperio Británico”, no le gustaba. Lord Ahmed es un viejo conocido: frecuentaba una de las mezquitas más extremistas del Reino Unido, y como tal aparece en Undercover Mosque, por supeusto negando que fuera extremista… blablabla.

Al final, se levantó la prohibición y se invitó a Wilders. Pero Lord Ahmed no se dio por vencido y amenazó con impedir el paso a Westminster (sede del Parlamento) “con 10.000 musulmanes” (los iba a contar y todo… ). Así que Wilders ha recibido una carta en la que se dice lo siguiente:

El Secretario de Estado es de la idea de que su presencia en el Reino Unido puede suponer una amenaza genuina presente y lo suficientemente seria a uno de los intereses fundamentales de nuestra sociedad. El Secretario de Estado considera que sus declaraciones sobre los musulmanes y sus creencias, como las expresadas en su película Fitna y en otros sitios, harían peligrar la armonía comunitaria y por tanto la seguridad pública en el Reino Unido“.

Podía haber escrito: nos hemos cagao de miedo y hubiera quedado más castizo y mucho más serio y menos falso.

Wilders ha dicho que iba de todas maneras y que si quieren que lo detengan en Heathrow.


Anteriores: Geert Wilders: las razones de su procesamiento.

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“LittleBigPlanet”: el juego cuyo lanzamiento tuvo Sony que retrasar

CNN informaba ayer de que este juego contenía una serie de “citas textuales del Corán” como sonido de fondo por lo que su lanzamiento había sido demorado. Sony de inmediato actuó:

Estamos seguros de que la mayoría de ustedes han oído hasta hoy que una de las canciones que sonaría de fondo como banda sonora de una marca de discos que contratamos para ello, contenía dos expresiones que pueden ser encontradas en el Corán“. “Hemos tomado acción inmediata para rectificarlo y sinceramente pedimos perdón por cualquier ofensa que esto pueda haber causado“.

Es de reseñar que NO se dice que las expresiones fueran siquiera insultantes, simplemente que aparecen el Corán. Me parece muy exagerado.

Knit-funny, the game’s Sackboy (image from The Sun).

Buenas noticias sobre Erraji / Good news about M. Erraji

Mohammed Erraji, el bloguero marroquí que fue encarcelado y condenado por criticar las políticas sociales del Rey Mohammed VI ha sido puesto en libertad porque hubo "errores en el procedimiento. Parece que la presión internacional ha surtido efecto.

Lo que no queda claro es si también afecta esta resolución a la multa de 5.000 dinares marroquíes o esos sí los tendrá que pagar.

Gracias a Dwight y a Actualidad Política por haberse hecho eco de la alerta.


Mohammed Erraji, the Moroccan blogger who was arrested and condemned after critisizing the "social policies of King Mohammed VI", has been freed because of "problems in the procedure".

Bloguero marroquí sentenciado a dos años de cárcel y multa por criticar a Mohammed VI

Gracias al Committee to Protect Bloggers (international readers, go there, it’s in English), me entero de que Mohammed Erraji fue primero arrestado por criticar en su blog "las políticas sociales del Rey". En este sitio (en francés), se reproduce el artículo entero del que sólo voy a traducir una parte porque no creo que sea necesario más para hacernos una idea:

Es preciso reconocer que lo que destruye nuestro país y lo que le ha valido estar en puestos vergonzosos en las clasificaciones mundiales, es la economía de ayudas que no beneficia al pueblo. Desde luego que no hacen falta grandes palabras de políticos para definir lo que es el asesinato. Significa simplemente apropiarse injustamente de los derechos de otros. (El dinero) se va en trasportes, los GRIMA, que el rey distribuye a los ciudadanos que piden su ayuda por carta de la misma manera que un mendigo implora la caridad de los paseantes. Los estados que respetan a sus ciudadanos no les transforman en mendigos que imploran la caridad del glorioso trono, si no que ellos mismos los construyen mediante fábricas e industrias para permitirles ganarse la vida mejor con dignidad y respeto. Desde luego, este no es el caso, porque estos acuerdos que no se distribuyen a los que se lo merecen de los pobres y dejados de la mano de Dios, no queda más que decir que esto no beneficia al ciudadano marroquí. El empleo, la salud y la enseñanza son derechos garantizados por la constitución y el Estado debe asegurar a los ciudadanos las condiciones de vida dignas en lugar de humillarles de esta manera.

Y lo que es más, el rey no puede conceder estos acuerdos a su arbitrio sin control ni supervisión, ofreciéndoles a cualquiera que les ofrece un elogio. Porque esto contribuye a fabricar ejércitos de cortesanos que en lugar de ganarse la vida con el sudor de sus frentes, la ganan pagándosela con aclamaciones y elogios que a menudo no son creíbles. El rey anima así a su pueblo al asesinato.

Esto hace a los marroquíes un pueblo sin dignidad, que vive de los dones y las ofrendas sin que tengamos que tener a nadie que tenga piedad de nosotros si no alguien que se asegure de repartir la riqueza de modo equitativo.

Resultado: el bloguero Erraji ha sido condenado a dos años de cárcel y una multa de 5.000 dinares marroquíes.

Ya se ha creado una página para pedir su liberación: Free Mohammed Erraji, donde se puede firmar en apoyo del bloguero.

La BBC ha publicado la noticia (link in English).