Freed Moroccan rapper promises more protest songs

Posted: 17/01/2012 in Uncategorized

RABAT (Reuters) – A Moroccan rapper who has become one of the monarchy’s boldest critics was freed on Thursday after serving four months for assault, a charge which his lawyers say was a ploy to muzzle the popular singer. After his release from Casablanca’s Oukacha prison, Mouad Belrhouat, known as El-Haqed or “The Sullen One,” said he would continue singing rap to protest “against the contempt ordinary Moroccans endure at the hands of the state and politicians.” “I will continue to spread my

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