Critical Jordanian writer shot for court
The Jordanian critical writer Nahed Hattar is on Sunday for the court in Amman shot.
The christian writer had for the court because of contempt of religion because he is on social media a cartoon had to be shared is seen as offensive to God and to islam, reports The Jordan Times.
In the cartoon is an image of a bearded man, who is in heaven share your bed with two women and asks for God to wine and cashew-nuts.
Hattar was arrested after he the image on social media had shared. Many conservative muslims in Jordan will find the cartoon offensive.
The alleged shooter has been arrested, let the police know. Hattar was at the time of the shooting incident on the way to the courtroom for a hearing in his trial.
Hattar has a few weeks ago a number of days passed because of the indictment. He was two weeks ago and released on bail.