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June 27, 2016

DAILYKENN.com -- Ramadan is a month in the Islamic calendar when fasting is obligatory with few exemptions. 

Persons suffering diabetes is one of those exemptions. 

The problem is: The average IQ of persons living in  most Mid-Eastern Muslims nations is in the mid-80s. 

Consequently, when they see a person drinking water in broad daylight during Ramadan, their brains are incapable of processing the visual data with objectivity. The thought, 'Maybe this person is exempt from observing our stupid laws governing behavior during Ramadan,' literally does not enter their minds. 

The apparent crime of drinking water occurred in Morocco. Yes, it can literally — not figuratively — be a crime to drink water during Ramadan in Morocco. 

The punishment for breaking the Ramadan fast in Morocco is a fine and up to six months in prison. 

The average IQ in Morocco is 84. 

According to moroccoworldnews.com:

Rabat – A diabetic person was beaten up by a mob of people after he was seen drinking water in broad daylight during Ramadan in Rabat. The information was reported by a doctor who shared a video on YouTube where he denounced the incident. In the video, which is being widely shared on social media, the doctor explains how his patient, who suffered from diabetes since he was a child, was assaulted for drinking water.

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