Morocco: Muslim leader accused in murder of Leftist student claims he is the real victim

“The trial took place one day after the Court of Appeal in Fez sentenced four PJD members to jail in the case of El Jid’s murder in 1993, following bloody clashes between leftist and Islamist students at Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University in the city.”

Watch for the Leftist/Islamic alliance in the West, so solid now, eventually to come apart in a similar way.

“Hami-Eddine was accused of participating in the fight that led to El Jid’s death although the convict denies this charge and considers himself a ‘victim.’”

Of course. We see this again and again in the pronouncements of Muslim spokesmen in the West. Muslims are always and in every case the victims, whatever the circumstances.

“Court Postpones Trial of Moroccan Islamist Leader Accused in Murder Case of Leftist Student,” Asharq Al-Awsat, September 18, 2019 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

The Criminal Chamber of the Court of Appeal in Fez city, central Morocco, decided Tuesday to postpone the trial of Abdelali Hami-Eddine, a leader in the Justice and Development Party (PJD).

Hami-Eddine is accused of contributing to the premeditated murder of left-wing student Mohamed Benaissa Ait El Jid in the 1990s, and his case was postponed to early December….

The session was attended by PJD’s leaders, who were present to support Hami-Eddine, in addition to dozens of leaders and cadres who organized a demonstration supporting the religious leader, in which banners were lifted condemning the retrial.

The trial took place one day after the Court of Appeal in Fez sentenced four PJD members to jail in the case of El Jid’s murder in 1993, following bloody clashes between leftist and Islamist students at Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University in the city….

The case dates back to 1993, when the leftist student of al-Qaeda student faction was killed near the Faculty of Legal and Economic Sciences in Fez during the bloody ideological struggle known by the Moroccan University between leftist and Islamist movements.

Hami-Eddine was accused of participating in the fight that led to El Jid’s death although the convict denies this charge and considers himself a “victim.”

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