Moroccans are extremely hospitable and very tolerant.Though most people are religious, they are generally easy-going, and most young Moroccan women don’t wear a veil, though they may well wear a headscarf.It is true that in cities Moroccan women wear short-sleeved tops and knee-length skirts (and may suffer more harassment as a result), and men may wear sleeveless T-shirts and above-the-knee shorts.However, the Muslim idea of “modest dress” (such as would be acceptable in a mosque, for example) requires women to be covered from wrist to ankle, and men from over the shoulder to below the knee.Taxi drivers do not expect a tip, but always appreciate one.Without a doubt, one of the major disappointments of travelling in Morocco if you are not Muslim is not being allowed into its mosques.Police said they later determined Dixon and Taylor were dating.
It is a good idea, too, to avoid walking through graveyards, as these also are regarded as sacred places.
An East Side couple have been arrested in an apparent scam on social networking site Moco in which a woman lured a victim to her apartment so her boyfriend could rob him at knifepoint.
The victim, 37, told police he and Daranique Taylor, 20, began talking on Moco Space on Feb.
The victim told police that as he walked to his vehicle, Dixon pulled a knife and demanded that he empty his pockets.
The affidavit says the man gave Dixon his wallet and a fake PIN for his debit card, and Dixon and Taylor ran away.
21 and eventually exchanged numbers and texted each other, an arrest warrant affidavit says.