The Provincial Court of Valencia judges this Monday, June 27, a man accused of publishing multiple messages exalting jihadist terrorism and its martyrs through different profiles on the well-known social network Facebook.
The Prosecutor's Office maintains that between 2014 and 2021 the defendant, who was a Koran teacher and had served as an Imam, encouraged from social networks to imitate the actions of the martyrs.
On the other hand, according to these sources, he published contempt for other religions such as Christianity and Judaism, as well as against the LGTBI community.
For all these reasons, the public prosecution asks for a sentence of five years in prison for the defendant for two hate crimes. The oral hearing will begin on June 27, at ten in the morning, in the third section of the Audiencia de Valencia.