It gets better, the girls were volunteering to help build a road in the village of Adar when the teacher threatened them.
Young women flee Morocco after being threatened with BEHEADING for wearing shorts
By Lottie Tiplady-Bishop, 10 Aug 2019:
THREE teenage girls have fled Morocco after a local schoolteacher said he wanted their “heads cut off” for wearing shorts.
The girls were volunteering to help build a road in the village of Adar when the teacher, who has since been arrested, made the vile comments.
He posted on social media that the young women were “not respecting the Muslim faith” and said he wanted to teach them a “lesson,” before threatening them with beheading.
The teacher was arrested on Monday and will be prosecuted for “incitement to terrorist acts,” Moroccan police said.
The girls were part of a group of nearly 40 young people on a summer volunteering trip run by the Bouworde organisation, which said it was cancelling all camps in Morocco as a result of the incident.
“We have been advised not to send new groups to Morocco,” it said in a statement.
“We will follow this advice and we have decided to cancel all the following camps in Morocco.”
Moroccan authorities have offered to repatriate any volunteers who felt unsafe but as yet, only the three women have chosen to leave.
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