The UAE Attorney General, Hamad Al Shamsi, has ordered a ban on publishing in the famous case of the mass rape incident that shook public opinion and caused a sensation on social media.
The official Emirates News Agency, WAM, said that the Public Prosecutor had ordered to prevent the case from being circulated in the media and social networking sites, “in the interest of the public interest, taking into account the victim’s party and protecting its interest.”
“WAM” quoted him as saying that the Public Prosecution “completed its investigations to reveal the truth about the crime of rape that aroused public interest after posting videos related to it on social media sites” and has ordered the defendants’ precautionary detention pending investigation “and legal measures have been taken against them.” In light of the evidence of the case and all its circumstances and circumstances. “
Demands to take the most severe punishment
Emirati and Arab activists reacted strongly to the hashtag #Boom Moftah with an incident of gang rape of a girl and published it on social media, confirming that what happened is considered a crime and disregarding the law, and they demanded the most severe punishment for the perpetrators.
After the incident caused a sensation on social media, WAM announced today – through the State Attorney General – that the perpetrators of the crime of rape have been arrested, and that “immediate and just retribution will take place for the victim.”
Many of the tweeters wished to “punish the perpetrators with the maximum legally prescribed penalty, on charges of rape, filming, defamation and filming of her, and terrorizing society.”
The tweeters believed that “the crime of rape has no excuse, and no one has the right to assault anyone’s body, whatever the circumstances, and that the video contains more than one crime: indecent assault, rape, filming, publishing, threatening, manifesting sin, electronic crimes.”
Source : UAE press + social networking sites