Related Rule
Morocco
Practice Relating to Rule 38. Attacks against Cultural Property
Morocco’s Disciplinary Regulations (1974) provides that, according to the laws and customs of war, soldiers in combat must “spare buildings dedicated to religion, art, science or charitable purposes, and historical monuments, provided they are not being used for military purposes”. 
Morocco, Règlement de Discipline Général dans les Forces Armées Royales, Dahir No. 1-74-383 du 15 rejeb 1394, 5 August 1974, Article 25(1).