A female Jordanian blogger stabbed in the stomach

Jordanian stabbed blogger Enas Musallam

Enas Musallam, a female Jordanian blogger, and an activist has
been stabbed in the stomach in Amman yesterday, according to a statement
published today, Tuesday, by the national campaign for the rights of students, Zabahtona, translates (You slained us).

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The statement claims that ‘the attacker of Enas Ibrahim Musallam,
the fourth year student at the University of Jordan, has not been identified, and
that the attacker was wearing a pair of gloves and a balaclava, when he
attacked her near The circuit of Arts in Weibdeh area, in the centre of the
capital city of Amman Monday evening’.

According to Jordan’s official News Agency, Petra, The
Minister of State for Media Affairs and Communications, the Spokesman of the State,
Mr Rakan al-Majali, visited Enas today at Luzmella hospital to check on her
health.

al-Majali denounced the “assault” and described it
as ‘ an attack on all of us’. While the spokesman of the Public Security
Directorate, Colonel Mohammed al-Khatib, said that ‘the investigation into the
incident is still undergoing and we do not know yet the reasons for the attack’.

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