King of Morocco Outed by Dutch Media

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By Rex Wockner
International News Report

Dutch national television news’ NOS-Journaal has reported that the new king of Morocco, Sidi Moulay Mohammed (Mohammed VI), is gay, according to the Dutch newspaper De Gay Krant.
The report has led to weekly anti-media demonstrations in the city of Utrecht, which has a large Moroccan population and is 15 kilometers from the TV network’s headquarters in Hilversum.

Mohammed, 36, went to college in Brussels, Belgium, and regularly hung out in gay bars there, De Gay Krant said.

And his homosexuality is « common knowledge » in Moroccan intellectual circles, Marrakech resident Tony Flavel told the newspaper.

« But you better not talk about it, » he said. « The police and the armed forces are against the new king for precisely this reason. They would prefer his younger straight brother, Moulay Rashid. »
NOS-Journaal Editor-in-Chief Hans Brom told De Gay Krant that the program’s journalists are sure of their facts.

« The truth cannot be rectified, » he said « Our correspondent, Robbert Bosschard, spoke with the chief of police and the commander-in-chief of the Moroccan army. They were convinced that the new king is gay and they were afraid of the future under a homosexual monarch. »

Gay sex is banned in Morocco by Article 489 of the Penal Code. The punishment is up to three years in jail and a fine of up to 1200 dirham (US$122).

Gay Today, 24 April 2014

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