Règle correspondante
Morocco
Practice Relating to Rule 87. Humane Treatment
Morocco’s Disciplinary Regulations (1974) instructs combatants to “treat humanely … all regular combatants hors de combat”. 
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).
Morocco’s Disciplinary Regulations (1974) provides: “From the moment of their capture, prisoners must be treated humanely. They must be protected against any acts of violence, insults and public curiosity.” 
Morocco, Règlement de Discipline Général dans les Forces Armées Royales, Dahir No. 1-74-383 du 15 rejeb 1394, 5 August 1974, Article 25(3).
In 2003, in its third periodic report to the UN Committee against Torture, Morocco stated: “During detention, it is a fundamental principle that there should be no violation of the detainee’s person or dignity.” 
Morocco, Third periodic report to the UN Committee against Torture, 23 March 2003, UN Doc. CAT/C/66/Add.1, 21 May 2003, § 59.