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This new phenomenon has become more menacing especially after the breaking sex scandals reported every now and then here and there in Moroccan cities.Twelve of the women implicated in this scandal were sentenced to one year imprisonment while the perpetrator was released unquestioned.On February the 1, 2012, a Belgian court sentenced Philip Servaty to two years of suspended imprisonment for his crimes. The estimated number of child sex tourism victims annually is about 300 million all over the world.Sexual tourism is generally a phenomenon which is pervasive worldwide but with varying degrees from society to another.Khalid Semmouni, Coalition Goodwill ambassador, states: “this problem also exists in other Arab countries, but it is much more severe in Morocco, since this country is open to the West and also due to its geographical position.”Actually, the causes of this phenomenon cannot be limited to a certain number as they may vary according to the socio-economic and cultural specificities of such or such a society.