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Speaking in Moroccan Arabic in the video, she suggested that transphobic or homophobic women should download gay dating apps, including Grindr and PlanetRomeo, using pictures of men. Insider's translations of the video are largely consistent with those posted by Adam Eli in his video. She is asking her followers to download gay dating apps and out people in Morocco were gay sex is illegal. When talking about a person who did a really bad thing you use their correct pronouns. A number of gay Moroccan men, who asked to remain anonymous in order to speak frankly, told Insider that many people are using the apps to out men in their community.
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But human rights advocates said that Ms. The case sparked weeks of outrage in the North African kingdom, with many speaking out in defense of press freedoms and others asking for reforms to the penal code. Raissouni, 28, works for an independent daily newspaper, Akhbar Al Yaoum, that is critical of the state.
PARIS — A prostitution-themed film from Morocco that had its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in May has set off a furor there: After six minutes of excerpts appeared online, the government last week banned the movie from theaters, the female stars received death threats and a male actor was attacked with a knife. Within a few days of the May 19 premiere, the clips had received more than two million views on YouTube. The movie became the subject of protests outside Parliament in Rabat and of heated discussions on social networks in Morocco and France. I make films because I want Moroccans to see them. Ayouch is no stranger to run-ins with the government.