It's now been a month and a half since the Norwegian Maren Ueland and Danish Louise Vesterager Jespersen was killed when they were on a hike in the atlas mountains. The police theory is that the girls were exposed to a religious extremist terrorist attacks.
Now the moroccan police introduced even stricter rules for hiking in the area:All tourists must have an authorized guide.It is not allowed to start hiking North Africa's highest peak, Toubkal, after at 16.It is also not allowed to sleep in the tent.The police in Al Haouz recommend to have four politiposter on the way up from Imlil to Toubkal. All the tourists and people that go up in the mountains must be registered and checked. - ICE has kidnapped the religion and created a islamotopia Not fewer tourists
Fjellguiden Rachid Imerhane says he thinks it is good that the moroccan police suit on.
at the same time hope and we believe that this was the first and only time such a thing happened here. Imlil and the region has been a peaceful spot for hundreds of years, and we hope and think everyone here that it continues like that, " says Imerhane on the telephone to Dagbladet.Norwegian woman found dead in the mountain village in Morocco: - We are all in shock
He emphasizes that teltforbudet that is introduced due to the fact that there is now snow in the area.
- We have not heard that there is a different reason than the. Here everything goes well. We notice not a case of tourists here. And hope the situation will continue so.Started questioning
Moroccan police and intelligence have now started questioning the man they believe is behind what they believe to be a brainwashing of the vulnerable moroccan citizens. The husband is of swiss-Spanish nationality and moved to Morocco in 2015.
Mary Ueland and Louisa Vestager Jespersen was found killed in the Atlas mountains in Morocco in the middle of December of last year. Since then, the moroccan police and intelligence arrested 22 people in connection with the terrorsaken.
The four who are believed to be responsible for the killings to have been brainwashed in a very short time, according to Morocco's ambassador to Norway, Lamia Radi. She says that the citizens of Morocco have reacted with both shock and horror.
After the shock ashamed of our people, also, and they apologized that it could happen in Morocco and that those who did it were moroccans. Now, there are moroccan people very angry at those who spread this radical message and brainwashes people to kill each other, " said the ambassador to the newspaper Dagbladet.- A whole nation is affected by something that should not happen to one of our