Three men have been sentenced to death in Morocco for the Isis-inspired murder of two Scandinavian hikers in the Atlas mountains last December. Morocco has not girls of morocco out an execution sincebut prosecutors called for the death penalty during the week trial.
Prosecutors said Abdessamad Ejjoud, 25, a street vendor and underground imam, was the chicagobackpage escorts and admitted to killing one of the women, and Younes Ouaziyad, 27, a carpenter, confessed to the other murder.
The third man, Rachid Afatti, 33, videoed the murders girls of morocco his phone. The defendants had stabbed them to death in their sleeping bags and then beheaded them, filming it all and posting it girls of morocco later.
Before the murders the men had made their own Isis flag, which they hung behind them for an allegiance video, but Isis did not accept their pledge or distribute morcoco video. Twenty-one other men who were accused of playing a part in the murders or of being linked to Ejjoud are still awaiting a verdict. Some of them denied involvement in the murders in girls of morocco.
The prosecution morcoco called for jail terms of between 15 years and life for. The two friends studied outdoor leadership, girls of morocco and ecophilosophy together in Norway.
Jespersen, girls of morocco loved the outdoorsdreamed of going to the Arctic but said in a video she posted on morocci media: Ueland had been uncertain about whether to go on the trip but finally decided to join her friend.
Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, left, and Maren Ueland were found at an isolated site in the Atlas mountains.