I understand how what I said might offend you, but I clearly said It was more related to poverty and tourism than Islam and that my experience of Fez was completely different, so I wasn't generalizing about Muslims or Morrocans.But I stand by what I said: Marrakech, particularly the Medina is occupied by scam artists, thieves, thugs, and scum of every stripe.So we’ve rounded up some of the best (and easiest) tips to keep in close contact with your closest friends. Here are seven ways to stay connected with your friends long-distance.Here’s an old school way to let your friends know you care about them. The attitude among the locals is basically this: it you're a Muslim, you're "one of them" so you don't get scammed.If you're not a Muslim, you're fair game for everyone from small boys on the street to shop owners to obvious thugs to sex scams.It's an awkward situation because when you're in the Medina you're surrounded by dozens of young guys who are related to the shopkeeper and you can't really kick up a stink about it.I've dealt with a ring like this when was still active, a bunch of Romanian women had begun targeting the men on there.
You are generalizing and tend to jump to conclusions quickly.
In the end I set myself up as a potential victim to see how they went about their business and sure enough, a couple of hours of chatting later the requests for nudity started to roll in.