Morocco: Former Salafist Detainee Accuses Ex-Cellmate Mohammed Hajeb
Hassan El Khattab, former Salafist detainee, accuses his old cellmate the Jihadist Mohammed Hajeb of being detrimental to the Salafist detainees matter
Hassan El Khattab, former Salafist detainee, accuses his old cellmate the Jihadist Mohammed Hajeb of being detrimental to the Salafist detainees matter, considering his actions to be serving ennemies of Morocco.
In a video published on his YouTube channel, El Khattab said that it’s important to talk about issues which threaten the country’s fate and safety.
In the same video, El Khattab called out Hajeb saying, “If you feel grievance, so do we, but this is resolved within institutions. However, it is unreasonable to attack Moroccans and institutions using obscene language.”
El Khattab added, “Some parties use you to attack your fellow citizens and country, so how can you put your work hand in hand with those who do not love this country?”
“[…] you attack Moroccans and try to drive a wedge between them. Moroccans have coexisted for centuries and it is this mixture that gives Morocco value, so we may disagree and fight, but within the framework of dialogue”, he concluded.
El Khattab benefited from a Royal Pardon in November 2015 after he had been convicted in 2008 for his implication with Terrorist cell Ansar Al Mehdi.