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Journalist Mohamed Tamalt, sentenced to two years in prison for violently criticizing high-ranking politicians, including head of Algeria state Abdelaziz Bouteflika, died on Sunday (December 11th).
Indeed, journalist Mohamed Tamalt died of the consequenses of his hunger strike at Lamine Debaghine hospital in Algiers, where he had been transferred because of the hunger strike.
Mohamed Tamalt was a english citizen, but was arrested in Algiers last June and sentenced in July to two years imprisonment for “insult to state authority” and “attacks the person of the president Bouteflika with his writings on Facebook” .
It is understood that Algeria is one of those colonial states whose so-called humanitarian organizations never look at their prisons, these organizations have a humanism incomprehensible to the suffering peoples, who note with regret the support provided by the Western humanists to the repressive forces of the East and Africa.