Jailed Moroccan Rapper On 'Hunger Strike'
Hip-hop artist and youth activist, Mouad Belghouat, who was jailed for a video allegedly insulting the police has protested the conditions of his detention by going on a hunger strike.
Rapper Mouad Belghouat
Magharebia, 6 January 2013
Transparency Morocco on Saturday (January 5th) honoured imprisoned rapper Mouad Belghouat for his efforts to build an "integrated and transparent society", AFP quoted the NGO's ... read more »
Morocco: Drop Charges Against Detained Rapper
Human Rights Watch, 18 April 2012
Moroccan authorities should drop charges and release a rapper who has spent three weeks in pretrial detention on charges that he insulted the police in his songs and a video set to ... read more »
Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 12 January 2012
Morocco on Thursday freed a young rapper who has emerged as one of the monarchy's most outspoken critics and who promptly denounced "thieves" and "scum" as he left prison. read more »