A member of Morocco’s ruling Islamist party was cleared on Thursday of accusations by the Egyptian ambassador that she threatened him during a telephone call denouncing President Mohammed Mursi’s ouster.
Khadija Mansour, 25, was arrested after she rang the embassy in Rabat in December to protest that the Egyptian authorities had no legitimacy following the army’s overthrow of the country’s first freely elected president in July, her lawyer Toufik Moussaif said.
She urged the ambassador to leave Morocco, and he filed a lawsuit accusing her of “threats.”
“The judge decided she was innocent... that there was no evidence of a threat to the Egyptian ambassador,” Moussaif told AFP.
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