Posts Tagged “Morocco”

Podcast Interview with David Abitbol of Jewlicious.com

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Podcast Interview with David Abitbol of Jewlicious.com

Podcast Interview with David Abitbol of Jewlicious.com Yalla! Fight Back is a part of the US Arab Radio Network hosted by Laila Alhusini … in an effort to energize and empower Arab Americans to stand up for their rights … for more information go to my website at www.Hanania.com … Click this link or use the…

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US Arab Chamber showcases Morocco tourism drive

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US Arab Chamber showcases Morocco tourism drive

US Arab Chamber showcases Morocco tourism drive Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and New York City were the destinations for an investment promotion tour coordinated by the National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC) in partnership with the   Moroccan Agency for Tourism Development (SMIT). This was the first-ever effort of its kind and was reported as a…

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US – Morocco celebrate 230 years of friendship

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US – Morocco celebrate 230 years of friendship

US – Morocco celebrate 230 years of friendship Celebrating 230 Years of US-Morocco Friendship – A Lasting Partnership This week officially marked 230 years of friendship between the United States and Morocco, with the anniversary of the Treaty of Peace and Friendship, the longest-lasting treaty in US history. Morocco played a critical role in the…

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President Macron’s Pragmatic Maghreb Foreign Policy

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President Macron’s Pragmatic Maghreb Foreign Policy

President Macron’s Pragmatic Maghreb Foreign Policy France’s foreign policy has been known for its pragmatism and steadfastness under all the Presidents of the Fifth Republic. By Abennour Toumi President Emmanuel Macron has many challenges ahead in his five-year term in office. One of them is foreign policy, a domain that is directly related to his…

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Morocco Bans the Burqa

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Morocco Bans the Burqa

Morocco Bans the Burqa The Moroccan authorities have invoked security reasons to prohibiting the burqa, which is rarely worn by Moroccan women who prefer the hijab. Moroccan authorities have prohibited the manufacture and sale of burqas for security reasons. The measure appears to be motivated by security concerns, where “bandits have repeatedly used this garment…

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UEFA Euro 2016: Fraternity, Unity and Diversity

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UEFA Euro 2016: Fraternity, Unity and Diversity

UEFA Euro 2016: Fraternity, Unity and Diversity. France’s squad footballers cultural and ethnic origin, particularly for second and third generation football stars immigrants are victims of institutionalized racism. By Abdennour Toumi The UEFA Euro 2016 championship edition is one of world soccer’s most watched events. France is the hosting country and the most favored to win…

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