Morocco Salafists demand release of ‘innocent’ brothers

-(FILES) An artist rendering shows (from L) Rachid Ait El Hadj, Bachir Ghoumid, Mustapha Baouchi, Hassan Boutani and Fouad Charouali, accused of being members of a terrorist cell that helped stage the 2003 Casablanca bombings which killed 45 people and left dozens injured, waiting for the beginning of their trial, on June 4, 2007 in Paris.  AFP PHOTO BENOIT PEYRUCQ16/05/2014 (The Daily Star – Jordan): RABAT: Hundreds of hard-line Salafists demonstrated outside Morocco’s parliament Friday demanding the release of fellow Islamists jailed in connection with suicide bombings in Casablanca 11 years ago, insisting on their innocence. The protesters held pictures of relatives and friends jailed in the aftermath of the attacks, on May 16, 2011, which killed 33 people and led to the adoption of tough anti-terrorist legislation and a crackdown on Islamists. “We stand here in Rabat, in front of the Moroccan parliament, to confirm that Islamist detainees were the biggest victims of the tragic events of May 16,” Abderrahim Ghazali, a spokesman for the committee for the defence of detained Islamists, told the crowd…






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