After the controversy raised just a few days in the past by the Arabic-language newspaper “Achkayen”, accusing the Moroccan participant Zakaria Abouhlal of “Salafism”, the digital media selected Monday to problem an official apology and utterly withdraw the article from its platform.
The digital newspaper revealed an article late Monday afternoon publicly and formally apologizing, noting that ” selected his personal initiative to withdraw the article he had beforehand revealed beneath the title: “Abuhlal Salafi within the nationwide staff“.
The identical supply says that ” the newspaper formally apologizes to the participant of the nationwide staff, Zakaria Abuhlal, for the ethical harm that he could have suffered because of the statements that will have been contained within the article, unintentionally, or because of the tendentious distortion of its content material and its objectives by some including that he enormously appreciates and respects him and his private selections.
“Achkaen” specifically stated ” that it isn’t one in every of his rules to not sustain with nationwide achievements and take part within the protection of the challenges of the Moroccan nation and its well-known constants, and condemns all makes an attempt to fish within the water of dysfunction and query patriotism. and professionalism of this media platform“.
It needs to be famous that the publication appeared a day after the Royal Moroccan Soccer Federation (FRMF) and the French membership “Toulouse” reacted to the accusations towards the participant Zakaria Abouhlal.
The Nationwide Press Council (CNP), specifically, shared the identical opinion of the FRMF and the TFC and regarded that the defamatory statements towards Zakaria Abuhlal ” can not in any manner be considered self-respecting journalistic work.’
Moreover, the Board determined to refer the matter to the Committee on Skilled Ethics and Disciplinary Issues in accordance with its structure and the laws governing its our bodies, guaranteeing that “Press analysis of any particular person due to his ethnic or non secular affiliation is unacceptable stigmatization, which, furthermore, is rejected by all charters of press ethics, together with the Constitution of Skilled Ethics authorized on the nationwide stage”.