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    Morocco, the Mecca of Paedophilia

    While Ireland and Australia are revealing the hidden world of child abuse, Morocco is the Mecca of paedophilia.

    Read all about it by clicking on http://www.moroccoworldnews.com/2013...sm-in-morocco/

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    It doesn't surprise me.

    Unfortunately, this is one of the greatest taboo in Morocco.

    It's like homosexuality in Morocco. It's commonplace, you can even spot obvious homosexual couples wandering in the street, at least within the big cities. Yet, nobody talks about it or when you ask about it, a lot of Moroccans will pretend such things don't exist within Moroccan borders, even when you ask them why Tennessee Williams and Jean Genet were so fond of Tangier -they both had a permanent home there-...
    According to the law here, homosexuality could lead you to a death sentence. Fortunately, death sentences aren't applied since 1999 -Mohamed 6's reign is rather liberal-. And most police officers won't even bother you to arrest for this. Moroccan people on average, are more tolerant in practice than in theory.

    Well, they should talk about it, or at least, talk about sexual practices. Because while homosexuality could be tolerated (they don't do any harm to anybody), paedophilia definitely shouldn't. Yet in the mind of many local Islamic preachers, it's more or less the same.
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    Its, er, pretty derogatory to talk about mecca that way and I'm not sure its not unintentional, the reality is its a mistake to say anywhere in particular is an epicentre or haven for peadophilia and peadophiles depend on it, as long as everyone can be misdirected they're happy about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Its, er, pretty derogatory to talk about mecca that way and I'm not sure its not unintentional, the reality is its a mistake to say anywhere in particular is an epicentre or haven for peadophilia and peadophiles depend on it, as long as everyone can be misdirected they're happy about it.
    But Marrakesh IS really an epicentre of paedophilia.

    It is a serious Moroccan issue, and unfortunately, nobody or almost nobody there wants to talk about it. Or at last, not in any Moroccan governments, and curiously that includes islamists and conservative politicians (maybe they feel too ashamed to openly recognize it?).

    Paedophilia also exists in many Arabic countries (especially Saudi Arabia), and again, you have a kind of omerta about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    while homosexuality could be tolerated (they don't do any harm to anybody), paedophilia definitely shouldn't. Yet in the mind of many local Islamic preachers, it's more or less the same.
    Yes, and the first response of the Catholic Church to paedophilia was to blame homosexuality.

    So it is not only the mullahs who can't tell the difference between homosexuality and paedophilia, but also the priests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    But Marrakesh IS really an epicentre of paedophilia.

    It is a serious Moroccan issue, and unfortunately, nobody or almost nobody there wants to talk about it. Or at last, not in any Moroccan governments, and curiously that includes islamists and conservative politicians (maybe they feel too ashamed to openly recognize it?).

    Paedophilia also exists in many Arabic countries (especially Saudi Arabia), and again, you have a kind of omerta about it.
    And this is true all across the world. This is why the Irish Judicial Enquiry into child abuse is historically important. It is the first time the veil was lifted by a national government.

    And as I write the Australian government is lifting the veil with the National Royal Commission into Child Abuse.

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    What is interesting is that it was Sigmund Freud who first alerted us to the damage done by child abuse. However Freud was howled down and instead of talking about child abuse, he started talking about imaginary child abuse, as a way of defending himself.

    Whereas Jung, rather than trying to protect children, became a fascist and started a quasi religion with himself as guru.

    And how fascinating that most here still howl down Freud, and follow Jung.

    Most here, like most throughout the world, still betray children.

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    You're such a sensationalist. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ism View Post
    You're such a sensationalist. :/
    Please stop insulting me personally, insults are against the rules and may lead to banning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Its, er, pretty derogatory to talk about mecca that way
    Watch out we have a bad ass over here

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