A Moroccan association sues 3 Israeli diplomats on charges of "harassment" What's the story?

A Moroccan association sues 3 Israeli diplomats on charges of "harassment" What's the story? The Moroccan Association for Human Rights filed a complaint with the Public Prosecution Office against 3 Israeli diplomats in the Kingdom, due to suspicions of “sexual harassment” of female citizens.  The Moroccan Association for Human Rights announced, on Wednesday, that it had filed a complaint with the Public Prosecution Office against 3 Israeli diplomats in the Kingdom, due to suspicions of “sexual harassment” of female citizens.  This was stated by Aziz Ghali, president of the association (the largest human rights association in the country), in a press statement in the capital, Rabat.  "The association chose to file a complaint with the Public Prosecution Office in Morocco in order to ask it to open an investigation into the crimes committed and to arrange for sanctions," Ghali said.  He said, "4 Moroccan female employees were harassed by 3 officials from the Zionist entity," adding that "these crimes amount to human trafficking."  He renewed the association's refusal to open the Israeli liaison office in Morocco.  On September 6, the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned David Govrin, head of the liaison office in Morocco, over suspicions of "sexual harassment and corruption," according to the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper.  A day earlier, the official Hebrew channel Kan revealed that the Israeli Foreign Ministry had "opened an investigation into serious suspicions that occurred at the Tel Aviv diplomatic mission in Morocco, including allegations of exploitation of women by a senior official, sexual harassment and allegations of moral crimes, in addition to severe conflicts between diplomats." ".  The channel added, "What bothers the Ministry of Foreign Affairs officials the most are the serious allegations of exploitation and harassment of local women by an Israeli official."  There was no immediate comment from the Moroccan authorities on these developments.  On December 10, 2020, Israel and Morocco announced the resumption of diplomatic relations between them, after their suspension in 2000.

The Moroccan Association for Human Rights filed a complaint with the Public Prosecution Office against 3 Israeli diplomats in the Kingdom, due to suspicions of “sexual harassment” of female citizens.

The Moroccan Association for Human Rights announced, on Wednesday, that it had filed a complaint with the Public Prosecution Office against 3 Israeli diplomats in the Kingdom, due to suspicions of “sexual harassment” of female citizens.

This was stated by Aziz Ghali, president of the association (the largest human rights association in the country), in a press statement in the capital, Rabat.

"The association chose to file a complaint with the Public Prosecution Office in Morocco in order to ask it to open an investigation into the crimes committed and to arrange for sanctions," Ghali said.

He said, "4 Moroccan female employees were harassed by 3 officials from the Zionist entity," adding that "these crimes amount to human trafficking."

He renewed the association's refusal to open the Israeli liaison office in Morocco.

On September 6, the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned David Govrin, head of the liaison office in Morocco, over suspicions of "sexual harassment and corruption," according to the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper.

A day earlier, the official Hebrew channel Kan revealed that the Israeli Foreign Ministry had "opened an investigation into serious suspicions that occurred at the Tel Aviv diplomatic mission in Morocco, including allegations of exploitation of women by a senior official, sexual harassment and allegations of moral crimes, in addition to severe conflicts between diplomats." ".

The channel added, "What bothers the Ministry of Foreign Affairs officials the most are the serious allegations of exploitation and harassment of local women by an Israeli official."

There was no immediate comment from the Moroccan authorities on these developments.

On December 10, 2020, Israel and Morocco announced the resumption of diplomatic relations between them, after their suspension in 2000.
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