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Human Rights Watch criticizes Morocco for detaining a journalist

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Human Rights Watch criticized the Moroccan government for arresting a journalist on espionage charges.

According to News i, quoting Al-Hurra Network, Human Rights Watch criticized Moroccan authorities for spying on Moroccan officials for continuing to detain Omar al-Radi, calling the accusations against the country’s opposition an attempt to crack down on criticism.

Human Rights Watch wrote in a report that Al-Radhi was imprisoned by Moroccan authorities on charges of espionage and other charges on weak grounds, and that a judicial inquiry into his case, which begins today (Tuesday), shows the use of the judiciary to silence him. Is a media critic in Morocco.

According to the organization, the spy case against al-Radi is based on his journalistic work and the research he has conducted under contract with foreign companies.

Meanwhile, Eric Goldstein, Middle East deputy director of Human Rights Watch, said: “It is now clear that the Moroccan government is making baseless allegations against opposition journalists to suppress criticism, and it appears that there are charges of espionage and other charges against Omar. Al-Radhi was created to overthrow and overthrow him.

A Moroccan court last March sentenced the journalist to four months in prison after denying him permission to work. He was charged with insulting the judiciary over his Twitter posts. His trial drew widespread criticism.

Amnesty International has revealed that Moroccan journalist Omar al-Radhi’s mobile phone has been targeted by several hackers using new and advanced technology, rooted in the infamous spy program “Pegasus” affiliated with the Israeli NSO group.

Amnesty International says Moroccan authorities have used the Israeli tech group Pegasus to spy on Moroccan journalist Omar al-Radhi.

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