The Moroccan police have begun a clampdown on extremist Islamic groups which have published literature calling on Moroccans to rise up in a Jihad against the Infidel.
Printed matter and video cassettes have been targeted by the authorities and local authorities have been instructed to prohibit the sale of such materials, most of which are made illegally in secret printing presses and studios.
The content of the subversive leaflets and tapes is the same as the hard Islamic line preached in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Algeria, namely the need to retain traditional family values (the repercussions of this being dramatic for the women).
Several groups of Islamist extremists have been disbanded recently after they called on the population to drive the Infidel (Spain) from Moslem lands in northern Morocco.
Timothy BANCROFT-HINCHEY PRAVDA.Ru
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