A higher court upheld the jail sentence of six men who participated in the wedding of two men in Morocco. The men's sentences ranged from 10 to 2 months in prison. One man was sentenced for appearing on the wedding video dancing wearing women's clothing (a question: what about all the women who wear men's clothing? What shall we do with them? Not only do they go dancing wearing male outfits, but they go to work, to school, and to mosque?) The investigation of the wedding was opened up after the people in the town staged public protests asking the government to crack down on the organizers and participants.
Al Arabiya loves to recount for sensational effects the details of the wedding, over and over again, and peppers its article with a hateful doze of "deviant" and "deviancy." The article connects the wedding to the Moroccan queers' formation of an association to demand equal rights and protection by the law. Reporting the event becomes an occasion to stir up hate towards all homosexuals in Morocco.
If one is to judge the effect of this reporting on the reader by glancing at the comments section, a lynching mob to execute all homosexuals is ready to go.
Sadly, such a lynching mob would be forming in many parts of the world, including the good old USA. Homophobia is global.