Morocco blocks four opposition websites

Four websites of the Jama'a Al Adl wa Al Ihsan (Justice and Spirituality), Morocco's largest Islamic movement (officially illegal), have been blocked in Morocco this week and redirected to the following blockpage:

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The main website of the organization, the website of Abdul Salam Yassine, the 76-year-old founder and leader of the movement, the website of his daughter, and spokesperson of the movement, Nadia Yassine, and the website of the movement's women have all been blocked for visitors in Morocco.

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