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Besides the silly pic above, here's a brief rundown on some of the leaders marching for freedom and free speech.
King Abdullah of Jordan, which last year sentenced a Palestinian journalist to 15 years in prison with hard labour.
Prime Minister of Davutoglu of Turkey, which imprisons more journalists than any other country in the world.
Foreign Minister Shoukry of Egypt - enough said.
Foreign Minister Lamamra of Algeria, which detains journalists without charge.
Prime Minister Jomaa of Tunisia, which recently jailed blogger Yassine Ayan for 3 years for "defaming the army"
President Keita of Mali, where journalists are expelled for covering human rights abuses.
The Foreign Minister of Bahrain, 2nd biggest jailer of journos in the world per capita.
Sheikh Mohamed Ben Hamad Ben Khalifa Al Thani of Qatar, which jailed a man for 15 ys for writing the Jasmine poem.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas, who had several journalists jailed for insulting him in 2013.
Saudi ambassador to France. The Saudis publicly flogged blogger @raif_badawi for "insulting Islam" on Friday.
Fox News commentator says that Birmingham in the UK is 100% muslim and a no go area for non-muslims
i'd say the slain staff of Charlie Hebdo would have only been delighted with those world leaders marching in Paris
France terror attacks: graphic designer hid in cardboard box
Lilian Lepere, a 27-year-old graphic designer, risked his life hiding in a cardboard box under a sink and texting information to the police while only metres from the armed brothers, Chérif and Saïd Kouachi.
any one remember these events?
Good morning my friend, for those who are not french speakers or didn't follow it when it happened, I think this case is so similar to the merah affaire, it's quite troubling,
sorry in advance most of the links are in french,
he travelled freely to war zones, even making a trip to israel
he was also wearing a helmet, but was recognised by an anonymous witness which happened to catch a look at his face when his "visiere" rose a little bit.. even though witness at the college were describing a white man with blue to green eyes
he was found with a police bulletproof vest, he also had a colt 45 modified in the manner used by french special forces, he also had a dossier qualified top secret by dcri and was probably an asset
he was called by the dcri twice while he was supposedly hunted down
he allegedly also made a phone call during the siege claiming he was manipulated by the SS and told his handler that he knew he had betrayed him
both stories started and where over really fast after a siege and exchange of gun fire, both were allegedly under surveillance by the french security forces, both time police said we knew them, but we were just overwhelmed by the number of jihadists in france...
here we go...
conspiracy all the things!
- Suicide is not exremely msyterious under immense pressure, but yeah, sad timesWeyland
- 3 guys conspire to shoot up a satitical magazine, how is that not a conspiracy? or are we playing some kind of doublespeak game?georgesIII
- plus it actually happened. I didnt write the article.yurimon