A Moroccan actor defends gays in the UK

November 2, 2021 – 12:40 pm – World


Abderrahim El-Habachi, a 28-year-old Moroccan who fled Morocco due to his sexual orientation, now advocates for the rights of the UK’s Bame and LGBT communities, where he settled in 2017.

Playwright, actor, and belly dancer uses his art to advocate for LGBT rights and Black and Minority Ethnic (Bame). It advocates, among other things, providing a safe place for asylum seekers from the LGBT community.

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According to Abdul Rahim, the many problems of the two sects can be discussed during the observance of Black History Month. It also suggests thinking about the past together. “These issues should be discussed 24 hours a day, every day, because blacks don’t only exist during one month, and gays don’t exist in just one month,” said the young Moroccan. ITV News.

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Abd al-Rahim recently performed a solo show “The Love Thief”, inspired by the Prometheus legend, at the Sherman Theater in Cardiff. “I try to occupy as much space as possible and be as visible as possible. That’s what I do with my art as a playwright, actor and belly dancer. With my art I try to be more and more visible and louder,” said the young actor.

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