It is against the law to have sexual intercourse with anyone that you are not married to, in Morocco.
It is against the law to take photographs of any government buildings in Morocco.
It is against the law in many areas of Morocco, for foreigners to drink alcohol in public places.
It is against the law to criticize the monarchy in Morocco.
Adultery is punishable with imprisonment in Morocco.
It is against the law to take photographs of any military installations, in Morocco.
It is against the law to import religious materials (example the Holy Bible) that are not related to Islam, in Morocco.
It is against the law to discuss Jesus Christ with any citizens of Morocco.
If you are with a friend that is caught with drugs, you will also be arrested, in Morocco.
In Morocco, it is against the law to attempt to distribute any non Muslim literature.
Killing mice is illegal, unless you plan to use them for consumption, in Morocco.
Unless a mosque is open to the public, it is against the law for non Muslims to attempt to enter that mosque, in Morocco.
In Egypt, not voting is punishable with fine or imprisonment.
It is against the law to take photographs near a military or government installation, in Egypt.
In Egypt, it is against the law to attempt to convince citizens to convert to Christianity.
In Egypt, a rapist can avoid being imprisoned, by marrying the woman that he raped.
It is illegal for males to belly dance in Egypt.
Public displays of affection are illegal in Egypt.
In Somalia, it is illegal to carry old chewing gum, by sticking it to the tip of your nose.
In Guinea, it is illegal to call a baby Monica.
A woman that is seen wearing pants/trouser in Swaziland, can be punished by having the pants ripped off of her, and torn into pieces by soldiers.
It is illegal for young girls to shake hands with men in Swaziland.
It is against the law for pregnant women to wear hats in Madagascar.
It is against the law for citizens to make offensive gestures at a passing state motorcade in Zimbabwe.
It is illegal to paint your house in Mozambique, without first obtaining permission from the municipality.
It is against the law to purchase a television, without obtaining a license beforehand, in South Africa.
Until 1993, when a marriage couple divorced in South Africa, the father was automatically given full custody rights of their children.
In some parts of South Africa, women can not own their own land, and only can have access to land ownership through their husband.
In South Africa, it is against the law for anyone under the age of 16 to take part in a public display of affection.
Bear wrestling is illegal in South Africa.
In many parts of South Africa, a husband can forbid his wife from working outside of the home.
In some parts of South Africa, women can only own land that belonged to their recently deceased husband, if they had a son during their marriage.
Herders in South Africa have the right of way, as long as the animals they need to help cross the road are horses, mules, donkeys, goats, pigs or ostrich.
In many parts of South Africa, for a woman to open a bank account or receive a bank loan, the bank must obtain permission from her husband beforehand.
During apartheid, people “of color” were legally required to be indoors by 9 PM, in South Africa.
It is against the law to take photographs in the country of Chad, unless a permit has been obtained beforehand.
Although homosexuality is not a crime in the country of Chad, it is legal for officers of the law to discriminate against homosexuals, based solely on their sexual orientation.
In Sudan, if you are convicted of a crime and sentenced to prison, the government only provides you with lodging. Food and all other necessities, are not provided.
In Sudan, it is against the law to insult Islam, in any manner.
It is against the law for men and women to sit together, without a chaperone, in Sudan.
In Sudan, if you help someone that was injured in an accident, and they die while you are trying to help them, you can be charged and legally are partially responsible for their death.
Women are legally required to have their hair covered at all times, in Sudan.
Women are legally required to wear dresses at all times, in Sudan.
In Sudan, women can be publicly whipped for being the victim of rape.
It is against the law to name an inanimate object, after any Islam figure, in Sudan.
It is illegal to make a rude gesture in public, in Kenya.
It is against the law to swear in public in Kenya.
It is against the law to walk around with no money, in Kenya.
In Ghana, there are laws that govern how many movies an actor can be in, over a set period of time.