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Writer Ahmed Naji fined LE 20K over sexually stacked part


CAIRO – 24 April 2018: Novelist Ahmed Naji was fined LE 20,000 ($1,130) on Tuesday following a retrial for distributing "foul content that damages open humility" because of a sexually stacked section from his novel "Utilizing Life". He had beforehand been condemned to two years in jail in February 2016. 

Despite the fact that Naji's last sentence involves a fine, he effectively burned through 10 months in prison after the first sentence. He has gotten solid help from abstract figures all through the emergency. 

Author Ahmed Naji was fined LE 20,000 ($1,130) on Tuesday following a retrial for distributing "obscene content that disregards open unobtrusiveness" because of a sexually stacked section from his novel "Utilization of Life" - Facebook 
Akhbar al-Adab (Literature News) daily paper distributed part five of the novel in August 2014, which incorporated the hostile content. In October 2015, a private subject documented a claim against him in the wake of perusing the section, which talks about sex transparently. Akhbar al-Adab Editor-in-Chief Tarek al-Taher was additionally fined LE 10,000. 

In spite of the fact that Naji was cleared in January 2016, the indictment claimed the judgment, prompting the two-year sentence in February 2016. The primary charge is that he "distributed composed material stacked with mortal desire and momentary joy, utilizing his intellectual capacity and pen in a mischievous reason that abuses open ethics and great morals, and in enticing [readers] into intemperance and redirecting from the feeling of humility," as indicated by the arraignment. 

Naji's allure was acknowledged by the Court of Cassation in December 2016, invalidating the correctional facility sentence and requesting a retrial. 

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