Thu. Jul 25th, 2024

The Public Prosecution in the Moroccan city of Berkane set May 30th as the date for the trial of the fan who stormed the match between Zamalek and Nahda Berkane in the first leg of the Confederation final holding the flag of Palestine.

According to Moroccan sources, the statements of the fan were heard in an official report with the judicial police in Berkane, before being referred Tuesday to the Public Prosecution, which set him on May 30 to appear before the Court of First Instance in Berkane, on charges of storming the pitch without a legitimate reason during a football match.

The fan appeared in the middle of the match, which ended with the Moroccan team winning by two goals to one, running between the players carrying the Palestinian flag, before members of the private security arrested him and handed him over to the police.

The fan posted pictures of him on Tuesday morning on “Facebook” while heading to the prosecution, commenting: “On my way to the court in the case of storming the stadium with the flag of pride and dignity.”

Commenting on the incident, a lawyer in the defendant’s defense team said that his client entered the municipal stadium in Berkane “spontaneously and spontaneously to express his solidarity with the Palestinian cause.”

The lawyer added: “The entry of Mr. Sufyan Shater has its symbolism, as he carried the Palestinian flag, in a spontaneous message aimed at solidarity with the victims of violence and genocide.”

The lawyer stressed that “the man did not harm the atmosphere of the interview, but on the contrary he won praise, whether from the players on the field or the fans from the stands who united in one word in support of the Palestinian cause.”

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