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Many of us who live abroad may realize that it is very hard to integrate into new cultures.
It takes years of interacting with new cultures to understand their values; it only takes one published article to unjustly expect visitors and tourists to Morocco to be expert sociologists. Fact or fiction, it is important to note that many overlooked heart wrenching sentences like this by the author of the article published on MWN: “On any given day, I could walk through the souq in Fez or in the streets of El Jadida and be stared at, called to, and generally harassed.
As we say in Darija “Queshaba was3a” for all types of comments.
What I find truly a matter of displaced argument is when many absolve to annoying and sometimes borderline incitement to violence against someone’s opinions.
She surely deserves rape threats and insults for being goofy, if at all possible”.Perhaps these are the questions we should focus on rather than destroy the messengers.Until this debate is upgraded to the issues, all issues, MWN will continue to post what it deems worthy of a dialogue and brush off frustrated posts as destructive reactionism by those who resist change.143956322 #18016By Anonymous on Sunday, April 02, 2006 - pm By Anonymous who wrote on Saturday, March 25, 2006 - pm: *Did u not know he was already married? *He probably hasn't had a relationship as you and I might know. *This is the year 2006 and I can not believe these men are being stereotyped as wife beaters and visa seekers.* No, not all are. *living in Morocco as man and wife for two years now.* You live in Morocco.
Dating doesn't exist and sex outside of marriage is quite hard.* Yes, I agree with your first statement. It is not even the same as in other Arab countries. Please tell me if you are just talking about your relationship or the culture in general.Moroccans do not discriminate against all opportunities, especially if one presents itself to search for a better future elsewhere among ‘blue eyed folks around the world’. I don’t think so, but it is possible to put the readers in these categories: destructive reactionaries who hide behind some type of hypocritical moral piety prescribed by their personal sense of professing the absolute truth and dare anyone think differently.