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In the court order seen yesterday, only defamation charges are outlined, with no mention of insulting the King.
The Muscat Primary Court has also ordered the defendant, also a PATR employee, to pay 2,000 riyals to one of the female employees for insulting her dignity.
amp;nbsp;Under the measure, any Thai citizen who posts disrespectful comments online can face criminal charges of insulting the monarchy.
Dubai: An engineer has been accused of insulting religion while cursing a cafe employee during an argument.
Sadr, one of many activists and intellectuals who had to flee Iran to escape imprisonment in the crackdown after the 2009 presidential elections, told Radio Farda the photo was not insulting and that she posted it to highlight the plight of nonbelievers in Iran.
Cases of "insulting" Erdoy-an are based on Article 299 of the Turkish Penal Code (TCK), which states that anyone convicted of insulting the president should serve a prison term of between one and four years.
Insulting the president is a crime in Turkey punishable by up to four years in jail, but the law has previously been invoked only rarely.
Among those backing the action is the Emirati author Mona Mattar, who told 7DAYS: "I agree with Al Sharif, and this abusive woman should be sued for insulting all Emirati women.
The 40-year-old was convicted of being drunk and disorderly and insulting officers by the Lower Criminal Court yesterday.
A village in Beni Suef has witnessed religious conflict over the past week, following the alleged insulting of Islam by a Coptic man on Facebook, allegations denied by the accused.
NNA - Turkey has stepped up arrests of activists accused of personally insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, detaining at least four people in the last four days on charges of slandering the Turkish strongman, reports said Tuesday The opposition accuses the authorities of setting up a cult of personality around Erdogan, who moved to the presidency in August after over a decade as prime minister.
The fear of westerners from the spread of Islam is the main cause of such insulting reactions," Karzai's Cultural Advisor Zamen Ali Ahmadi told FNA on Sunday.