وكان مساعد مدير دائرة المطبوعات والنشر نبيل المومني قال لـ”الغد” أن الدائرة بمتابعتها للمواقع الالكترونية لن تفرض رقابة مسبقة أو قيودا على حرية المواقع الالكترونية، ولكن صلاحياتها ستتمثل في متابعة ما تنشره واللجوء إلى القضاء حال تجاوزها على الأخلاق والدين والشأن العام
I hate when someone issues a vague rule that leaves us all floating in wonder!
So now there would be no cencorship but monitoring with the risk of going to court if we write something that crosses morals, religion and the majority concern??!
Can anyone please specify in details what those three entities consist of?
Which morals? The morals of Mr. Nabil Al Momani or anyone who replaces him in that department? Do we all have the same kind of morals in Jordan? Can’t they define what they consider a crossing of their moral standard so that we can abide with?
What religion? Islam? Christianity? Judism? Buddhism? Satanism? Atheism?
and if it is Islam as it most probably is, then what sect in Islam should we abide with? Sunna, Shi’a,.. ?
and what does it mean crossing religion? Critisizing it? Disaprove of a certain religious practice?
That is laughable! Can anything goes under this? I mean what does majority concern entails? Isn’t that contradicts with the basic definition of democracy?
So now minorities in Jordan cannot speak up their minds because it would cross over the majority concern?!
With those kind of people running this country, I wonder where would we reach!