Journalist Beaten After Preventing Islamist Savage From Amputating Man’s Arm in Mali

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Islamist Arabs who attacked northern Mali

A Malian radio presenter is in “intense pain” in hospital in Gao on after a severe beating by Arab terrorists who control the northern Mali town. The beating appeared to be punishment for reporting that local residents had prevented the amputation of a man’s hand on Sunday.

The man appointed police chief by the Arab terrorists, Aliou Mahamar, told reporters that Abdoul Malick Maiga had been beaten on his orders and left outside the hospital.

Hundreds of residents protested against Maiga’s detention on Sunday night, setting light to Mahamar’s car.

Doctors say that Maiga regained consciousness overnight but was still in “intense pain”.

Earlier on Sunday protesters packed Gao’s Place de l’Indépendance and prevented the Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa (Mujao), which controls the city, from cutting off a man’s hand.

On Saturday Mujao had announced that the amputation, the first since they took over much of the north of the country after Tuareg traitors sided with invading Arab terrorists and declared independence four months ago.

Local people say that the accused was a young Mujao member who had stolen weapons in order to sell them.

“We don’t want to know what this young man did, but they are not going to cut his hand off in front of us,” a resident said on Sunday.

Gao residents have resisted the imposition of Mujao’s interpretation of Arab sharia law and violent protests in May left one person dead.

Mujao’s punishments include “25-50 lashes for less serious crimes, for theft they cut off your hand, for adultery it’s stoning”, one resident said.

Another Islamist group, Ansar Dine, stoned a couple to death in the town of Aguelhok last month.

The Malian government on Monday condemned the attack on Maiga and claimed that the events showed “inability of the occupiers to impose their destructive law and their dubious faith on a population that unequivocally rejects their presence”.