ANHRI calls upon Jordan not to deport Ammar Ma’amari but to preserve freedom
ANHRI is extremely annoyed by the Jordanian authorities call for the Omani blogger Ammar Ma’amari who teaches law at Irbid University, Jordan, yesterday 3 April. ANHRI knew that Jordanian intelligence asked him to prepare his luggage for deportation to Oman.
The famous blog of “I wish I have wings – http://omanammar.blogspot.com/ established by Ammar Ma’amari in 2008 is well known of professionalism and credibility and earned the trust of thousands of Omani nationals but not the Omani authorities because it addresses many of the excesses of the security services during the suppression of protests in the Sultanate of Oman last year, as well as publishing copies of the medical report of the martyr Abdullah Ghamlasa, who died bullet wound in February 2011.
ANHEI said: ”It will be a terrible crime if the Jordanian authorities proceed to deport Ammar to the Sultanate of Oman where his life may become in danger that is completely opposed by international law and covenants of human rights. Even if he is allowed to move to another country of his choice Jordanian government should not lose credibility extraditing him to revenge for his leading role in the defense of freedoms in Oman.”
ANHRI also demanded Omani authorities, to pay a greater respect for the rights and freedoms of Omani nationals, and not to abuse their right of expression and political criticism or protest against the political situation or corruption. ANHRI calls Omani authorities to commit itself to this abided by its obligations to its citizens, before being abided by its international obligations ensuring the rights of freedoms of all citizens in Oman .
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