A young Moroccan man was photographed holding a banner reading “SORRY” standing in front of the embassy of Denmark in Rabat.
Rabat – A young Moroccan man was photographed holding a banner reading “SORRY” standing in front of the embassy of Denmark in Rabat.
The picture went viral on social media and received praise from millions of Moroccans who want to show empathy towards the families of the two Scandinavian tourists who were murdered on Monday.
Millions of Moroccans took to social media, especially Facebook and Twitter, to express their condemnation and rejection of the heinous crime committed against Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, from Denmark and Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway who were murdered in the village of Imlil near Mount Toubkal in the Atlas Mountains.
Moroccans also plan to stage a sit-in on Saturday, December 22, in front of the Danish and Norwegian embassies in Rabat to pay tribute to the two Scandinavian tourists and express condolences to the Danish and Norwegian peoples.
Police in Marrakech have arrested four suspects linked to ISIS as documented in a video in which they give their loyalty to ISIS’ leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The public prosecutor at the Court of Appeals in Rabat has just issued a statement announcing that the video was actually recorded last week, before the murder.