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قبول البعض بالمهانة لا يعني أن الكل يجب أن يقبل بها

خرج أمس عشرات الآلاف من سكان الحسيمة للتظاهر وأعطوا درسا حضاريا للعالم بأسره ليتعلم منه. أقول هذا لأنني شاهدت فيديوهات المظاهرات إلى جانب نشطاء أمريكيين، وكلهم سحروا بمدى التنظيم المحكم والتواصل الفعال لكل المشاركين في المظاهرات.

Eating Well on Eight Dollars

Every Thursday, I walk the half-mile between my house and my village’s weekly souk for groceries and other household items. A souk is an open-air bazaar similar to a farmers market, and it’s essentially a one stop shop for most needs. 431 more words

Peace Corps

Egypt's Sisi pledges measures to ease strain on poor

 Reuters International

MAY 17, 2017 – 

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi delivers a statement following a meeting with French President Francois Hollande at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France November 26, 2014. 388 more words

The Muslim Times

The Myth of Morocco as a Model of Religious Tolerance An interview with Dr Mohamed Daadaoui

The first-ever suicide – terror attack in Morocco happened in Casablanca on May 16, 2003 in which were targeted a hotel, a restaurant, a Jewish community centre and cemetery, and a former Spanish cultural centre that had been transformed into a nightclub for Morocco’s Westernized middle class. 3,174 more words

North Africa

Celebrating African Music

What crosses your mind when you hear people mention “African music?”

There are so many dumb misconceptions when it comes to Africa and the people who live in the continent. 174 more words

Blogging

Assessment of Worldwide Threats: ISIL, al-Qaeda, Taleban

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) presented its written “Worldwide Threat Assessment” to the Senate last week. The analysis confirms that the Islamic State is capable of sustaining insurgencies in both Iraq and Syria, Afghan security continues to “deteriorate,” and al Qaeda remains a threat in several parts of the globe.

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Security