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          Germany Set to Release Man Convicted of Helping 9/11 Pilots      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

He’ll be deported to his native Morocco

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          Blockchain firm Soluna to build 900MW wind farm in Morocco: CEO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Blockchain company Soluna plans to build a 900-megawatt wind farm to power a computing center in Dakhla in the Morocco-administered Western Sahara, its chief executive John Belizaire said in an interview.

          Comment on Reducing Your Carbon Footprint: Conscious Consumerism by 7 Ways to Have an Eco-Friendly Labor Day Weekend | Earth911.com      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
[…] and energy are consumed to produce and ship goods around the world, all of which adds to your total carbon footprint. A banner or paper bunting produced in Mexico, Morocco, or Malaysia carries a larger carbon load […]
          UN plans talks on Western Sahara before end of 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The UN envoy for Western Sahara is planning to convene talks before the end of the year between Morocco and the Algerian-backed Polisario Front on ending their decades-old conflict, the Security Council president said Wednesday. Horst Koehler, a former German president and ex-director of the International Monetary Fund, briefed the council behin ...
          SIMBA IMEVUNA MKWANJA MREFU      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Wakati Simba ikitimiza miaka 82 tangu kuanzishwa kwake mwaka 1936, Championi Jumatano limefanya uchunguzi wake na kubaini kuwa, Simba ni kiboko ya Yanga kwa kujipatia fedha za kigeni kwa kuuza wach-ezaji nje ya nchi.

Tangu kuanza kwa karne hii ya 21, Simba imefanikiwa kuuza nje ya nchi zaidi ya wachezaji 11 tena kwa vitita vikubwa.

Kwa upande wa Yanga, wao wameonekana ni vinara wa kutoa wachezaji kwa majaribio kama si kuondoka bure.

Edibily Lunyamila, Bakari Malima, Jery Tegete, Dan Mrwanda, Mrisho Ngassa na wengine wengi wote wameonja raha  ya kimataifa wakitokea Yanga lakini si kwa kuuzwa.

Ifuatayo ni orodha ya wachezaji waliotoboa kimataifa kwa  Yanga na Simba, ingawa baadhi thamani zao hazikuweza kupatikana kutokana na ujanjaujanja wa viongozi wa klabu hizo.

Upande wa Yanga ni:-

Shaban Nonda

Anatajwa kuwa mchezaji wa heshima kwa Yanga akiwa ni mchezaji pekee aliyepata mafanikio makubwa katika historia ya klabu hiyo.

Nonda ambaye ni raia wa DR Congo alijiunga na Yanga akitokea Atletico Olympic mwaka 1993, lakini mwaka 1994 Yanga ilimuuza kwa timu ya Vaal Professional ya Afrika Kusini kwa dola 10,000 (zaidi ya Sh milioni 20 kwa kiwango cha sasa).

Mbali na timu hizo, pia Nonda alizitumikia timu kubwa barani Ulaya zikiwemo Blackburn Rovers ya England na Monaco ya Ufaransa.



Said Maulid ‘SMG’

Mwaka 2008, Yanga ilimuuza nyota huyo kwa  Klabu ya Onze Bravos Dos Marquis ya Angola baada ya kuvutiwa na kiwango chake. Waangola hao waliipatia Yanga kitita cha dola 50,000 (zaidi ya milioni 100 kwa sasa)



Nadir Haroub ‘Cannavaro’ 

Mwaka 2009 alipata dili nje ya nchi, baada ya kutolewa kwa mkopo wa malipo ya dola 3,000 (zaidi ya Sh 6,000,000 kwa sasa) katika timu ya Vancouver White Caps ya Canada. Hata hivyo hakudumu sana, kwani baada ya muda mfupi alirejea Bongo.



Simoni Msuva

Huyu ndiye mchezaji wa mwisho wa Yanga kuuzwa nje ya nchi, aliuzwa kwa Klabu ya Difaa Al Jadida ya nchini Morocco kwa dola 150,000 ( zaidi ya Sh milioni 350).

Upande wa Simba idadi ya waliotoboa ni kubwa.



Nteze John ‘Rungu’

Straika huyu mzaliwa wa Kigoma baada ya kuonyesha makeke akiwa na kikosi hicho kwenye michuano ya kitaifa na kimataifa, alifanikiwa kupata dili na kujiunga na timu ya Qwaqwa ya Afrika Kusini ambayo ni Free States kwa sasa, dau lake lilikuwa siri.



Mohamed Mwameja

Katika miaka ya 1990, Simba walikubali kumwachia na kwenda kujiunga na timu ya Jomo Cosmos ya Afrika Kusini.



Hata hivyo akiwa Afrika Kusini, Mwameja alifanikiwa kuuzwa Reading iliyokuwa inashiriki Ligi Kuu England, lakini alikosa kibali cha kufanya kazi nchini humo baada ya uongozi wa Reading kuomba uthibitisho kama kweli ni Mtanzania, hakucheza.



Selemani Matola 

Matola ambaye kwa sasa ni Kocha Mkuu wa Lipuli FC, aliuzwa kwenda Klabu ya Super Sport ya Afrika Kusini kwa kitita cha dola 20,000 (zaidi ya Sh milioni 40 kiwango cha sasa).



Patrick Ochan

Kiungo huyu raia wa Uganda alikuwa mhimili mzuri katika kikosi cha Simba katika miaka nane iliyopita lakini uongozi wa klabu hiyo uliamua kumuuza kwa timu ya TP Mazembe ya DR Congo kwa kitita cha dola 50,000 (Sh Milioni 130 viwango vya sasa).



Haruna Moshi ‘Boban’

Nyota huyu anaichezea African Lyon kwa sasa, Simba iliwahi kumuuza barani Ulaya kwa timu ya Gifle IF ya Sweden kwa dau la dola 50,000 ( Sh milioni 130 kwa sasa).

Mbwana Samatta

Simba ilimuuza kwa TP Mazembe kwa kitita cha dola 100,000 (zaidi ya Sh milioni 260 kwa sasa).

Emmanuel Okwi

Simba pia iliwahi kuumuza Okwi kwa Klabu ya Etoile du Sahel ya Tunisia kwa dola laki tatu (300,000) (zaidi ya Sh milioni 680 kwa sasa).



Mwinyi Kazimoto

Aliuzwa Al Markhya ya Qatar kwa kitita cha dola 50,000 (zaidi ya Sh milioni 130 kwa sasa).



Shomari Kapombe

Aliuzwa AS Cannes ya Ufaransa kwa Euro 30,000,  zaidi ya Sh milioni 75 kwa sasa).

Moses Odhiambo

Alitua APR ya Rwanda kwa dola 50,000 (za Sh 130 kwa sasa),

Victor Costa

Alienda Meritzburg United ya Afrika Kusini. Dau halikutajwa

Henry Joseph

Alisajiliwa na Kongsvinger ya Norway. Naye dau halikutajwa.


Angalizo: Orodha hii haijumuishi wachezaji waliokwenda kwa ajili ya kufanya majaribio, bali waliofanikiwa kuingia mikataba ya timu za nje.






          Comment on Elizabeth Agboola: Five Reasons You Should Consider Morocco as a Vacation Destination by Lara      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Promote Domestic tourism if you want but don't discourage people from wanting to experience international tourism. Your president is busy flying to the UK all the time and you will be telling people to grow the Nigeria economy. No amount of suffering except war should make anyone want to emigrate illegally. Every nation has its citizens emigrating for whatever reason, Asia right now is filled with Americans and Europeans who do not want to go back home.
          Comment on Elizabeth Agboola: Five Reasons You Should Consider Morocco as a Vacation Destination by Naija Kids Travel Too      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nice write up sis
          Comment on Elizabeth Agboola: Five Reasons You Should Consider Morocco as a Vacation Destination by Tee      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I wanted to visit Morocco last year but the thought of flying to Abuja for visa application put me off. I spoke to a big travel agency in Lagos with the hope that they could help since they do group Morocco visa application but my request wasn't granted. Does anyone know any travel agency in Lagos willing to help with a Morocco visa for an individual. Thank you.
          Comment on Elizabeth Agboola: Five Reasons You Should Consider Morocco as a Vacation Destination by IM      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Why promote Nigeria tourism when our number 1 citizen doesn't do that? Even his kids travel for child birth. Please if you can afford travel explore the world. What has Nigeria ever done for me??
          Comment on Elizabeth Agboola: Five Reasons You Should Consider Morocco as a Vacation Destination by Rose Umane      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Beautiful, I will very much like to visit Morocco one day
          Comment on Elizabeth Agboola: Five Reasons You Should Consider Morocco as a Vacation Destination by Adeleke      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This has inspired me. Cape Town was the closest I have visited Africa and it was marvellous. Will look at flights now
          Comment on Elizabeth Agboola: Five Reasons You Should Consider Morocco as a Vacation Destination by Anon      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Beautiful article. Avoid Egypt Air if you can.
          Comment on Elizabeth Agboola: Five Reasons You Should Consider Morocco as a Vacation Destination by damola      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
My sister, nice right up. However, I would not encourage our people to make Morocco their holiday destination for 2 main reasons and I speak from experience. 1. When we go to Morocco, which I don't doubt is a picturesque destination, all we are doing is enriching Morocco's economy, as we will pay for hotel bills, transport, feeding etc. I would suggest we invest in our own Tourist infrastructure, Nigeria has so many places to offer and what is good is that we are investing the money in our local economy and elevating our own people out of poverty instead of Moroccans whom I respect also. 2. Morocco has a record of prejudice against people of Sub-Saharan African heritage en-route to Europe or those who have been stranded. We have records and first-hand experience of this, they are exploited, raped and kidnapped. I have included links below to show evidence and proof, I was involved in the relocation of Nigerians back from Morocco en-route to Cueta/Melila, I don't blame our people for wanting to leave for greener pastures, if you hear their tales it will sadden you, what is so worrying too was the attitude of the Moroccan officials we spoke to. I work with Europeans and I can tell you too that if they were faced with poverty, they too will emigrate, look at the history of the USA, Canada, White South Africa/ Australia for example, Nigeria is our home, look even the US is working on ways to reduce legal paperwork for Legal Immigrants. We now have no choice than to see our future in our own ancestral homeland, Nigeria. https://reliefweb.int/report/morocco/refugees-or-migrants-difficulties-west-africans-morocco https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/dpww9x/are-moroccan-gangsters-being-paid-to-beat-up-african-migrants-803
          Samir : Maintaining listing suspension from Morocco in the group Samir      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Delattre Levivier Maroc : Payment of dividend from Morocco in the group Delattre Levivier Maroc      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Blockchain firm Soluna to build 900MW wind farm in Morocco - CEO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Blockchain company Soluna plans to build a 900-megawatt wind farm to power a computing center in Dakhla in the Morocco-administered Western Sahara, its chief executive John Belizaire said in an interview.
          The Jihadi's that attacked Barcelona....      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Barcelona attack: The jihadists and the hunt for a second gang

Images of the terror attacks on Barcelona and nearby Cambrils in 2017Image copyrightAFP/GETTY
A neighbour had just walked past when an explosion tore through a small, white house in the Spanish coastal town of Alcanar last August.
Debris was flung hundreds of metres by the force of the blast and the bodies of two men landed in nearby gardens. A third man who had been on a roof terrace talking on his phone survived.
The next day a van attack was launched on pedestrians in Barcelona's central tourist avenue, Las Ramblas. Hours later there was another attack, in Cambrils, a coastal town. Sixteen people died and more than 130 were injured. 
Catalonia had come under attack from a jihadist gang of 11 people. 
Gang members preparing an explosive belt at a house in AlcanarImage copyrightAFP
Image captionYoussef Aalla and Younes Abouyaaqoub preparing an explosive belt at a house in Alcanar
Investigators believe they had planned to target Barcelona's Sagrada Familia and the Camp Nou stadium, home to Barcelona football club. The Eiffel Tower in Paris was another target.
The Alcanar blast late on 16 August had changed all that and the key figure, Abdelbaki Es Satty, lay dead in the rubble.
But this is also a story of missed clues and intelligence failings, because Es Satty had been known to the authorities for years. 
And the BBC has learned that his gang of extremists was plugged into a network that, according to a surviving cell member, could have included another imam with a second cell of eight or nine young men in France.
A year on, investigators in France have requested information from 10 countries and are still trying to break up that network and identify a possible French cell. 
Catalonia's head of counter-terrorism believes the plot could have been masterminded by someone outside Spain.

The story of Es Satty's gang

As neighbours emerged from the destroyed buildings in Alcanar, no-one considered an extremist link. The bodies of Es Satty, 44, and 22-year-old Youssef Aallaa were identified.
Debris after the explosion at a house in Alcanar, CataloniaImage copyrightEPA
Image captionThe house in Alcanar was all but destroyed by the explosion
"The strongest hypothesis was that it was a drugs lab," said firefighter Jordi Bort, who was among the first on the scene.
It was not until emergency services had dug through the rubble the next day that the full picture emerged. 
There was a second blast, almost as large as the first. Nine firefighters were injured.
They had stumbled on a bomb factory containing more than 200kg (440lb) of explosives. Much of it was extremely unstable, designed to cause multiple deaths.
Younes Abouyaaqoub and Youssef Aalla posing as they prepare hand grenades at a house in AlcanarImage copyrightAFP
Image captionYounes Abouyaaqoub and Youssef Aalla posing as they prepare hand grenades at a house in Alcanar
There were canisters, nails, large quantities of acetone, hydrogen peroxide, bicarbonate and detonator switches - all the ingredients to create TATP (triacetone triperoxide) explosive.
They also found grenades and suicide vests. 
Investigators only discovered later, from material recovered from digital cameras, computers and mobile phones, that the men had planned to use these explosives at some of Europe's biggest landmarks. 
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The attacks

It was on the afternoon of 17 August that 22-year-old Younes Abouyaaqoub jumped into a rented white van and zig-zagged down Las Ramblas at high speed, careering into pedestrians along the packed avenue.
Map showing where the attacks took place
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Witnesses said the driver had tried to hit as many people as possible. 
Many were knocked to the ground while others fled for cover in nearby shops and cafes.
Abouyaaqoub killed 13 people and injured more than 130 before fleeing on foot. He then hijacked a white Ford Focus, killing the driver. A German woman injured on Las Ramblas later died, taking the death toll to 15.
Eight hours later, in the early hours of 18 August, five men drove to Cambrils, 100km (62 miles) down the coast from Barcelona. They were the Barcelona attacker's brother, Houssaine Abouyaaqoub, along with Moussa Oukabir, Said Aallaa and brothers Mohamed and Omar Hychami.
Their black Audi A3 car ploughed into pedestrians at the seaside resort and overturned before the gang got out wielding knives and an axe. A Spanish woman was killed and several others wounded.
The attackers were wearing fake suicide vests adorned with plastic bottles to create panic. The vests also ensured they would be shot by police and, in their eyes, die as martyrs.
Barcelona attacker Younes Abouyaaqoub was still on the run. His journey finally came to an end on 21 August in a field west of Barcelona. Police were tipped off by the public and Abouyaaqoub, wearing a fake explosives belt, was shot dead.
The young men behind the attacks had claimed 16 lives.
Who was behind these murders?
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Normal boys who turned to violence

Ninety minutes' drive inland from Barcelona, on the edge of the Pyrenees, lies the picturesque town of Ripoll. Surrounded by pine trees and mountain rivers, this is where most of the Catalan terror cell grew up.
They were all first- or second-generation immigrants from Morocco and most were childhood friends who went to the same school. They included four sets of brothers.
Infographic showing headshots of the Barcelona attackers
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By all accounts they were normal kids who played in the local football teams, went to after-school clubs and took part in hiking trips.
Cambrils attacker Houssaine Abouyaaqoub was known as Houssa and was part of the local football team.
Two of the suspects and their football team
Image captionWhen they were boys they played football together
Social worker Nuria Perpinya helped some of them at a school homework club.
"They
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          Sept. 11 Helper Set To Be Released In Germany, Deported      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Sept. 11 Helper Set To Be Released In Germany, Deported

Germany is set to release later this year a man convicted of helping three of the suicide pilots in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.

Federal prosecutors say they will allow Mounir el-Motassadeq’s release a few weeks before his sentence formally ends late this year, on condition that he is deported to his native Morocco.

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          Rugby World Cup’ African Qualifiers: Watch Kenya vs Tunisia and Uganda vs Morocco Live on YouTube on Saturday 11 August      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A qualifier for the Rugby World Cup, the Rugby Africa Gold Cup will be played until 18th August by the national teams of Namibia, Kenya, Uganda, Morocco, Zimbabwe and Tunisia. Watch the Rugby Africa Gold Cup Live on YouTube on Saturday 11 August: Uganda vs Morocco: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWTSLvR1c9U Kenya vs Tunisia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teB1JEgC4gI Download the fixtures: https://bit.ly/2OoQUu9… […]
          Rugby Africa Gold Cup – Uganda: Magomu returns for Morocco tie      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ivan Magomu has been recalled to the Rugby Cranes for the Africa Gold Cup match against Morocco at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds on Saturday. The fly-half was not considered for the game against Tunisia that Uganda won 67-12 last weekend with Robert Masendi taking his place, but he returns to start against Morocco. The rest of […]
          Elizabeth Agboola: Five Reasons You Should Consider Morocco as a Vacation Destination      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Morocco is one of the most beautiful countries in Africa. For the longest time its beauty has been underestimated, but thanks to social media, it has recently been receiving the buzz it deserves and is fast becoming a must-visit destination for Nigerians. You probably believed Morocco was some country with deserts, the country next door […]

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          9/11 attack helper to receive early release, immediate deportation from Germany      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Mounir el-Motassadeq is spending his final weeks in prison for aiding terrorists in the September 11 attacks. Instead of freely walking the streets of Germany, he'll be sent to Morocco, where his future is unclear.
          Blockchain firm Soluna to build 900MW wind farm in Morocco: CEO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Blockchain company Soluna plans to build a 900-megawatt wind farm to power a computing center in Dakhla in the Morocco-administered Western Sahara, its chief executive John Belizaire said in an interview.

          Germany Set to Release Man Convicted of Helping 9/11 Pilots      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Germany Set to Release Man Convicted of Helping 9/11 PilotsHe'll be deported to his native Morocco



          Press Releases: Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations Pete Marocco Travels to Morocco, Egypt, and Tunisia      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Media Note
Office of the Spokesperson
Washington, DC
August 8, 2018


Deputy Assistant Secretary Pete Marocco will travel to Rabat, Morocco; Cairo, Egypt; and Tunis, Tunisia August 9-14.

In Rabat, he will meet with civil society implementing partners. In Cairo, he will meet with Arab League officials to discuss a capacity-building program on conflict resolution. During his time in Tunis, he will meet with Libyan grantees who work on local stabilization.


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          Moroccan Lampshade in Grey - Tile pattern, homeware, large lampshade, ceiling light, floor lamp, lamp shade, housewarming gift,new home gift by wearebreadandjam      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

45.00 GBP

Inspired by our very own Moroccan Adventures, this cushion, along with others in the range, is our contemporary take on Islamic and North African patterns.

Wandering around the souks and seeking shade from the sun in the shadows of the historic mosques, it's easy to be seduced by the wealth of visual treats that Morocco has to offer. You cant fail to be inspired with every glance, intricate tile patterns and hand carved stonework are everywhere.

Made by hand in our North Pennines studio, each lampshade is made using 100% cotton, printed in a beautiful Moroccan tile pattern. This particular lampshade is printed in light grey and white.

We have carefully chosen the colours for our lampshades so that they work well with a range of contemporary interior. We also have a complimentary range of cushions in the same colours and similar patterns. You will find these in our shop.
Each lampshade is 40cm in diameter and is A real feature piece for your room, They work equally well hung from the ceiling, or on a floor lamp.

As with all things natural there may be slight variations in the characteristics of the fabric that we use. There may be slight lumps and bumps which can sometimes cause tiny imperfections in the print process.

Please note that colours may vary from what you see on your screen but we always try to portray the colours of our products as accurately as possible.

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Made in the UK 100% cotton with metal rim and plastic inner.

dimensions:
40cm drum shade, suitable for both ceilings and floor lamps.


          المعالج الروحاني إلى المغرب :00201228461157 Morocco      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Grandfather: Remains at New Mexico compound are missing boy      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

TAOS, N.M. – A severely disabled Georgia boy who authorities say was kidnapped by his father and marked for an exorcism was found buried at the ramshackle compound in the New Mexico desert that has been the focus of investigators for the past week, the toddler’s grandfather said Thursday.

New Mexico authorities, however, said they had yet to identify the remains, discovered Monday. And prosecutors said they were awaiting word on the cause of death before deciding on any charges.

The boy, Abdul-ghani Wahhaj, would have turned 4 Monday. Prosecutors said he was snatched from his mother in December in Jonesboro, Georgia, near Atlanta.

The search for him led authorities to New Mexico, where 11 hungry children and a youngster’s remains were found in recent days at a filthy compound shielded by old tires, wooden pallets and an earthen wall studded with broken glass.

The missing boy’s grandfather, Siraj Wahhaj, a Muslim cleric who leads a well-known New York City mosque, told reporters he had learned from other family members that the remains were his grandson’s.

The imam said he did not know the cause of death.

“Whoever is responsible, then that person should be held accountable,” Wahhaj said.

In an interview with WSB-TV in Atlanta, the boy’s mother also called for “justice” as she described how her life had been taken from her after her son was abducted by his father, which she said was out of character for him. She and Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, the imam’s son, had been married almost 14 years.

“I wasn’t able to save my son,” she told the television station.

In Facebook messages, Naeemah Rashid, Ramzi’s sister-in-law, told the Associated Press that she, too, was surprised by Wahhaj’s actions, saying he had always valued the closeness of their family.

Rashid also recalled from Atlanta the deep bond between the boy and his mother, who couldn’t leave the room without him crying.

While the boy could not walk, Rashid remembers that he smiled and laughed as he watched his cousins play.

“Of course this is a hard time for her,” Rashid said of the mother.

Ramzi, who is from Morocco, filed for divorce in December – the same month neighbors say Siraj Ibn Wahhaj and others arrived in Amalia, New Mexico.

A Georgia arrest warrant accused him of kidnapping his child. Authorities said the father at some point told his wife he wanted to perform an exorcism on the boy, who suffers seizures and requires constant attention because of a lack of oxygen and blood flow at birth.

The child’s father was among five adults arrested on suspicion of child abuse in the raid at the compound. In court papers, prosecutors also said Wahhaj had been training children there to carry out school shootings.

Speaking at his Brooklyn mosque, the elder Wahhaj said he had no knowledge of any such training.

“It sounds to me it sounds crazy. But I don’t know,” he said. “I make no judgments yet because we don’t know.”

The imam’s mosque has attracted a number of radicals over the years, including a man who later helped bomb the World Trade Center in 1993.

In a video posted Thursday on Facebook, mosque spokesman Ali Abdul-Karim Judan called the case a “domestic situation” and vehemently denied it had anything to do with extremism.

“None of the charges had anything to do with anybody teaching anybody shooting to commit acts of terrorism or to go in and shoot up any school,” he said. “Because it’s a Muslim and the circumstances that are surrounding their situation, they want to change the narrative.”

The elder Wahhaj said all 11 of the children, ages 1 to 15, were either his biological grandchildren or members of his family through marriage.

“I’m very concerned with the condition of my grandchildren,” he said.

He said he didn’t understand why his son had taken the family and disappeared into the desert, but suggested a psychiatric disorder was to blame.

“My son can be maybe a little bit extreme,” he said, though he added that he never thought he was extreme enough to kill anyone. “High-strung,” he said.

The elder Wahhaj said he did not know anything about his son wanting to perform an exorcism on the boy. But he said his son and one of his daughters had become “overly concerned” with the idea of people becoming possessed.

New Mexico’s Office of the Medical Investigator said it was still working to identify the remains.

Dr. Kurt Nolte, New Mexico’s chief medical investigator, said the remains “are in a state of decomposition that has made identification challenging.” The agency said the process could take weeks.

Taos-area District Attorney Donald Gallegos said he will await the findings on how the boy died.

Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe said the FBI put the place under surveillance in recent months that included photographs of the compound and interviews.

He said the images were shared with the mother of Abdul-ghani, but she did not spot her son, and the photographs never indicated the father was at the compound, leaving the sheriff without the information he needed to obtain a search warrant.

That changed when Georgia authorities received word that children inside the compound were starving, Hogrefe said.

The elder Wahhaj said the tip came to law enforcement through him. He said he was able to learn their whereabouts from a note that his daughter, one of the five adults at the site, sent to a man in Atlanta saying they were starving and asking for food.

That man then notified Wahhaj, who said he decided to send food and contact police.


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Boxing may not be a popular sport in the United States, but it is in other countries.  Every year since 2008, the International Boxing Association (AIBA) has sponsored the World Series of Boxing, inviting amateur athletes from nearly 40 countries to compete.

More interesting for the beefcake fans are the weigh-ins, where athletes from competing teams pose in their gym trunks or underwear, pretending to be angry with each other and ready for a fight.








1. Britain v. France. I like the French cut underwear.
















2. China v. Kazakhstan.  Both have xylophone abs.















3. Uzbekistan v. France.















4. Cuba


















5. India v. Kazakhstan













6. Russia


















7. India


















8. Uzbekistan v. Colombia.  I don't understand the two-finger gesture they keep flashing.











9. Morocco.  Nice chest.



















10.  Venezuela.  Kind of skinny.













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          Neeraj Chopra Qualifies For Diamond League Final      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has qualified for the prestigious Diamond League Final, which will be held on August 30. The Commonwealth Games Champion finished fifth in the Rabat (Morocco) leg of the Diamond League series earlier this month, with a best throw of 83.32m.
          Golf Equipment Market Professional Survey Grooming Factor's 2022      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/10/2018 -- Golf equipment is used by the golfer in playing the Golf sport. These equipment include balls, clubs, gloves, shoes, ball markers, tees, club head covers, ball mark repair tools and other aids such as golf bag and golf carts.

Geographically, the revenue for golf equipment is majorly contributed by the North American region due to high number of golf courses in the region demanding quality golf equipment. Improving lifestyles and increasing disposable income in the developing economies such as India and China foresee tremendous growth for the golf equipment market.

The prime factor fuelling the growth of Golf Equipment market are rise in golf tourism, increasing number of professional & amateur female golfers and development of new golf courses. Also, it is an outdoor recreation activity providing opportunities for the consumers to spend their quality leisure time, thereby contributing to the growth of golf equipment market. Additionally rise in the number of high net worth individuals in emerging markets and introduction of customer friendly online booking portals for the golf court, are some other potential factors propelling the growth of the market in this region.

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However, the lack of infrastructure in the underdeveloped economies is currently restraining the growth of golf equipment market. Also, the investments required in the construction of golf courses are very high. In such a scenario, most of the underdeveloped and developing economies in the world would prefer to invest in developing the basic infrastructure for education and healthcare. This further constraints the growth of the overall golf equipment market.

Additionally, the factors such as seasonality of the game and rising popularity of alternate sports & leisure activities among end-users are further expected to adversely impact the growth of Golf Equipment market during the forecast period.

Global Golf Equipment market is segmented by: type, and by region

Golf Equipment by type

Golf Balls
Recycled Balls
Markouts/X-Outs
Practice/Range Balls
Advanced Balls
Golf Clubs
Iron
Wood
Putter
Hybrid
Golf Shoes

Golf Equipment By Region:

Asia Pacific
Europe
North America
Latin America
The Middle East & Africa

Currently, North America and Europe accounts for significant portion of the global Golf Equipment market. The modern lifestyles of the population in the North American region looking to invest in leisure activities is the prime factor fuelling the growth of golf equipment market.. The initiatives taken by the governments to promote region-based tourism is another factor contributing to the growth of golf equipment market.

Increasing base of wealthy people in countries such as Saudi Arabia, UAE and Egypt, especially promises the market growth, given the inclination of the rich people to take up golf as a leisure interest. The rise in golf tourism is a key trend stimulating growth in the golf equipment market. Preferred destinations for golf tourism (other than U.S) includes Portugal, UAE, Scotland, Morocco and Ireland.

Some of the prominent players in the global Golf Equipment market include Bridgestone Golf, Callaway Golf Company, Cleveland Golf, Nike Golf, TaylorMade (Adidas Golf Company), Dunlop Sports Co. Ltd., Dixon Golf, American Golf, Turner Sports Interactive Inc. and Edwin Watts Golf and True Temper Sports.

The report covers exhaustive analysis on:

Golf Equipment Market Segments
Golf Equipment Market Dynamics
Historical Actual Market Size, 2013 - 2015
Golf Equipment Market Size & Forecast 2016 to 2022
Supply & Demand Value Chain
Golf Equipment Market Current Trends/Issues/Challenges
Competition & Companies involved
Technology
Value Chain
Golf Equipment Market Drivers and Restraints

Regional analysis for Golf Equipment Market includes

North America
Latin America
Europe
Asia Pacific & Japan
The Middle East and Africa

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Report Highlights:

Shifting Industry dynamics
In-depth market segmentation
Historical, current and projected industry size Recent industry trends
Key Competition landscape
Strategies of key players and product offerings
Potential and niche segments/regions exhibiting promising growth
A neutral perspective towards market performance

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          Australians Get a Taste of Morocco       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Canberra has just launched the first Festival of Moroccan Gastronomy at the Hyatt hotel. The public is invited, for ten days, to discover the flavours of the culinary heritage of the Kingdom

Organized as part of the festivities marking the 19th anniversary of the Throne Day, the event "The Flavors of Morocco " was inaugurated by the Ambassador of His Majesty the King in Australia, Karim Medrek and the Minister of Multicultural Affairs, Rachel Stephen Smith, in the presence of several heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Canberra and a host of personalities from the world of politics, culture, and civil society.

" This initiative, the first of its kind in Australia, aims to introduce the Moroccan culinary art and its flavors to the Australian public ," Medrek said in a statement to MAP on the sidelines of the opening ceremony.

The Ambassador explained that " Moroccan cuisine is one of the most refined and diversified thanks to the country's interaction with other cultures and nations over several centuries, particularly through its African, Berber, Moorish tributaries, Arab, Jewish and Mediterranean ". The richness of Moroccan cuisine also comes from ancestral know-how, which has always crossed generations, he added.

And to emphasise that Morocco and Australia " enjoy excellent relations and that such events help to bring together the two peoples who share the value of hospitality ".


For his part, the Director General of the Hyatt Hotel Canberra, Fredrick Arul, said that the event " is an opportunity for Australians to taste the dishes and dishes that make the richness of the culinary arts of Morocco, a country that attracts more and more Australian tourists . "

" For this premiere in Canberra, the hotel is experiencing unprecedented enthusiasm for its prestigious restaurant" la Promenade ", which has 150 people daily. A craze expected given the notoriety enjoyed by Moroccan cuisine around the world, "he said, adding that this kind of event is very important to further strengthen the bonds of friendship between Rabat and Canberra and mutual understanding between the two peoples.

The guests at this first evening, enhanced by traditional Moroccan music, have not lost any praise for the delicious dishes, including the must-haves of Moroccan gastronomy couscous with seven vegetables, meat tagine with prunes, the Pastilla, the chicken with olives and lemon confit without forgetting the essential tea with mint. A unique tasting experience offering diners the opportunity to discover a range of dishes as refined as each other.

Hassan M'Souli

These gastronomic days will continue until August 12 with the participation of the Moroccan chef, Hassan M'Souli and his "new Moroccan" cuisine.

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Mirleft, Morocco --- Woman on Beach by Red Cliffs of El Gezira --- Image by © Bertrand Gardel/Hemis/Corbis


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Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Friday.

1. Asian stock markets fell on Friday amid heightened global trade tensions, while currency markets were whipsawed by a searing sell off in Russia's rouble and as economic worries sent the Turkish lira tumbling. Washington said it would impose fresh sanctions because it had determined that Moscow had used a nerve agent against a former Russian agent and his daughter in Britain, which the Kremlin denies.

2. The pound's extended slump continued on Friday as it fell to a fresh low against the dollar. Sterling is down 0.27% against the dollar to $1.2792 at 7.30 a.m. BST (2.30 a.m. ET), marking a fresh 11-month low.

3. Russia would consider it an economic war if the United States imposed a ban on banks or a particular currency, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday, the TASS state news agency said. "I would not like to comment on talks about future sanctions, but I can say one thing: If some ban on banks' operations or on the use of one or another currency follows, it would be possible to clearly call it a declaration of economic war," Medvedev said.

4. Investors are pulling billions of dollars out of Europe. Investors have pulled $35 billion from European equities this year and $51 billion from European funds, according to Barclays data.

5. Mobile chipmaker Qualcomm is settling an antitrust case brought against it by Taiwan regulators by paying T$2.73 billion ($89 million), the island's Fair Trade Commission said on Friday. The commission said Qualcomm also agreed to bargain in good faith with other chip and phone makers in patent-licensing deals.

6. A divided federal appeals court on Thursday ordered the US Environmental Protection Agency to ban a widely-used pesticide that critics say can harm children and farmers. The 2-1 decision by the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in Seattle overturned former EPA commissioner Scott Pruitt's March 2017 denial of a petition by environmental groups to ban the use of chlorpyrifos on food crops such as fruits, vegetables, and nuts.

7. Blockchain company Soluna plans to build a 900-megawatt wind farm to power a computing center in Dakhla in the Morocco-administered Western Sahara, its chief executive John Belizaire said in an interview.Work on the initial off-grid phase will start in 2019 and complete a year later, with the possibility of connecting the site to the national grid, Belizaire told Reuters.

8. Ryanair is bracing for its biggest-ever one-day strike on Friday with pilots based in five European countries set to walk out, forcing the cancellation of about one in six of its daily flights at the height of the holiday season. Ryanair, which averted widespread strikes before Christmas by agreeing to recognize unions for the first time in its 30-year history, has been unable to quell rising protests since over slow progress in negotiating collective labor agreements.

9. Mercedes-Benz sports utility vehicles built in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, are being checked for potential problems by Shanghai customs authorities, Daimler confirmed on Thursday. Mercedes-Benz GLE and GLS models, built in the United States between May 4 and June 12, 2018, have a brake issue which poses a "safety risk," according to a Chinese customs document circulating on Chinese social media.

10. Dropbox reported its second-ever earnings as a public company on Thursday. The company beat Wall Street's expectations on revenue and earnings per share but the stock slid on news of Chief Operating Officer Dennis Woodside's impending departure.

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The National Chicken Council and the USA Poultry and Egg Council have hailed the Agriculture Department's efforts to access new markets for the sector after securing an import deal with Morocco.
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          Soluna to build 900 MW wind power plant in Morocco      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Morocco has attracted investment in solar and wind power as part of a goal to generate 52 percent of its electricity from renewable energies. Blockchain company Soluna plans to build a 900-megawatt wind farm to power a computing center in Dakhla in the Morocco-administered Western Sahara, its chief executive John Belizaire said in an interview. … Continue reading Soluna to build 900 MW wind power plant in Morocco
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          Comment on 15 Stunning Photos to Inspire You to visit Morocco by Travelouts      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nice post. This trip looks so epic! Such a beautiful part of the world. Fantastic list of things to do which I will be adding to my list of things to do when I go there someday! You shared awesome places and pictures also.
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Went to Tangier earlier this summer, but to be honest I think another city would have given me a much more positive view of Marocco. Would love to go back and visit Marrakesh some day!
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          Sevilla v Barcelona – Catalans can claim Super Cup crown      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SUNDAY night sees Sevilla take on Barcelona in the Spanish Super Cup. Mark O’Haire (@MarkOHaire) highlights the best betting opportunities.  Sevilla v Barcelona | Sunday 12th August 2018, 21:00 | Sky Sports The 2018/19 Spanish football season gets underway on Sunday night as Sevilla tackle Barcelona in the Super Cup from Tangier in Morocco. It’s [...]
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The lecture will highlight the history, politics and economic of Oman and Oman's current role in promoting peace in the Middle East. Linda Pappas Funsch is a career specialist in Islamic and modern Middle East history and cultures. Her journey has included travel, study, and residence in a number of Middle East nations from Morocco on the west to the Persian Gulf on the east. She is a respected author and lecturer on a variety of Middle East topics.
          Rugby World Cup’ African Qualifiers: Watch Kenya vs Tunisia and Uganda vs Morocco Live on YouTube on Saturday 11 August      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A qualifier for the Rugby World Cup, the Rugby Africa Gold Cup will be played until 18th August by the national teams of Namibia, Kenya, Uganda, Morocco, Zimbabwe and Tunisia. Watch the Rugby Africa Gold Cup Live on YouTube on Saturday 11 August: Uganda vs Morocco...


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Ivan Magomu has been recalled to the Rugby Cranes for the Africa Gold Cup match against Morocco at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds on Saturday. The fly-half was not considered for the game against Tunisia that Uganda won 67-12 last weekend with Robert Masendi taking his place, but he returns to star...


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How to make investments with little money: Without patience and hard working this is very impossible to earn much from investing small amount. Opportunist has to start his/her invest at least with $50. And then wait for the result. Here it may take some time to accumulate the profits. So, fear and nervousness are the two enemies of success. Investor or opportunist must rely on their confidence. They must save their regular earnings for future investment. Online investment is known as online trading. When you want to investment money through online, you may exposed to a lots of online payment risks or fraud. Because you do not know about your client very closely. In this regard, at first you have to be educated. Education of online banking, online trading, knowing about trusted sites those provide exclusive investment opportunity. Investment on Stocks, share etc. via online may be risky for investor. Because they have no idea about the online brokerage house. So, they have to consult with an experienced trader who already has understanding the procedure of online investment. Moreover, investors have to think about receiving payment. Some of the cases, there may be restrictions imposed by government which may result in a shock later. It varies from country to country. So, at second, investor must think about receiving payment via bank or e-wallet or any other medium. AGADIR, Morocco
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          Cool jazz on a hot night (It's All About . . .)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
It would almost be appropriate to take a break up north to cool down this year, but as luck would have it, we ended up in Morocco. Sitting on a rooftop patio and listening to dulcet jazz tones wafting through the air sets the mood for our first night in Chefchaouen. We managed to figure out the ferr...
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Legislative Watch: U.S.-China tariff squabble rages on; NAFTA gains made with Mexico; precision ag, biotech on government radar; Morocco opens doors to U.S. poultry.
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Release Year: 1984
Studio: Avalon Int'l - YMAC Import - French Art - Cadinot
Cast: Abdel Aziz, Arnaud Monastier, Djai Kamara, Luigi di Como, Marek Rotsmann, Mickael Dickson, Mongo N'Gazza, Omar Salam, Oualid Djelal, Pierre-Yves Darget, Sydney MacKenna
Genres: Oral, Anal, Group, Interracial, Pre-Condom

Cadinot-even if it wasn't directed by him. This 1984 effort from one of Cadinot's proteges is simply one solid hour of some of the hottest sex you will ever see. That is Not an exaggeration. Pierre-Yves and Omar are friends visiting Casablanca in Morocco. Pierre-Yves wants to see if the rumors about rampant boy-sex in the bazaar is true-and he gets an assful! Ignore the lackluster first three-way in the hammam (sauna); the following two scenes (both featuring superbly hung black men-one young, one older-whoring Pierre senseless in shops in the bazaar) are Sizzlers that will make you check the air conditioning! Check out Pierre's session with the tailor-it's Stunning. It's followed by Pierre's by another tailor-and just as eye-popping! The film ends on a highly romantic, heartfelt note as Pierre-Yves and Omar finally find true love. But not until both men have fucked and sucked their brains out! The videography is sensational, although an orgy in a hammam (sauna) toward the end of the film is so darkly lit that you can barely make out what's happening. The music is authentically ethnic and many of the Arab boys and men featured in the film are indeed from Casablanca, where this film was shot. This is one you will never tired of watching.

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There are reports from Norway of an international re-abduction case involving the Norwegian Foreign
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          Our Glorious Trip to Morocco: writings from a 2018 Morocco Tour Guest      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Olives, anyone? How many can we eat? And where do we put the pits? What’s your memory of this glorious trip: is it the comfy bus in which only 5 people stayed in the same seats throughout; is it the power, wifi, nuts and water or is it the wonderful Mohammed who drove us for […]
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Morocco has been on my culinary radar ever since I first ate couscous in the Paris Jewish neighborhood of the Marais at age 12–it was a revelation. In years since, I had the opportunity to work with several Moroccan and Tunisian chefs, who inspired me to finally plan a trip there. Researching my two books […]
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                    I am happy to announce that since my first tour sold out, I am organizing a second Morocco Culinary & Cultural Tour starting February 13, 2018 for a 11-night tour filled with culinary delights, cooking classes, market tours, tastings, and visits to farms. We’ll learn […]
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Have you been dreaming about a trip to Morocco? I know that I have since I love cooking Moroccan-inspired food from slender lamb cigari; fish, vegetable and meat tajines; and baked fish in chermoula to chicken b’stilla with cinnamon and almonds; m’hancha (the serpent)–pistachio, almond and rosewater filled coiled fillo pastry; and slow-cooked lamb shoulder […]
          What Israel can learn from Morocco’s multiculturalism      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Since it gained independence in 1956, Morocco’s national identity has transformed from a homogenous Arab one to multicultural. Israel could stand to learn a lesson or two. By Einat Levi Two weeks ago, the Knesset passed the controversial Jewish Nation-State Law. Sixty-two members of Israel’s parliament voted in favor, 55 opposed, and two abstained. Several […]
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“Morocco” is the first American film made by Marlene Dietrich and Josef von Sternberg, and if you know anything about American movies at this time, this film will seem to have arrived from Jupiter. Dietrich makes a strong impression in an opening scene, in which she coolly rebuffs a romantic advance. In her second scene, as a nightclub entertainer, she sings a song dressed in a man’s tuxedo, and kisses a woman. This touch of decadent Weimar sophistication made it a hit with audiences, and Dietrich and von Sternberg went on to make five more films, all notable for their provocative European attitudes and sumptuous photography and stage settings.
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In questa torrida estate giornali e televisioni non daranno particolare risalto alla storia di Jay Austin e Lauren Geoghegan. Non lo faranno perchè le storie di amore, felicità e rispetto per la diversità non si raccontano.

Non si racconta più che due giovani si sono innamorati e hanno deciso di conoscere, scoprire, capire l’umanità abbracciandola tutta.

Non è corretto seminare buonismo e valori universali come la voglia ‘di vedere un tramonto o godere di una brezza’.

Non paga raccontare di chi ha avuto il coraggio di mollare tutto per condividere l’amore per la vita con l’umanità intera. Non troverete nessun riferimento a questi ragazzi nelle prime pagine dei giornali. No, non paga raccontare la loro esperienza.

Non è conveniente parlare di solidarietà e accoglienza: ‘Provi il desiderio di voler restituire qualcosa, non solo a questa persona, che ha accolto uno sconosciuto nella sua casa, ma a tutto il mondo. Diventi qualcuno che vuole accogliere gli altri nella sua casa. Diventi un mercante nell’economia del dono’.

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D’altronde proprio Jay aveva scritto recentemente nel blog-diario: I media ti raccontano che il mondo è un posto grande e spaventoso, pieno di gente cattiva di cui non fidarsi. Io non me la bevo. Per la maggior parte, gli esseri umani sono gentili. A volte egoisti, altre volte miopi, ma gentili. Generosi e meravigliosi.

Che senso ha dunque oggi raccontare la storia di questi due ragazzi che avevano scelto il periodo peggiore per essere buoni, liberi e felici?

Ma si. Forse è meglio che la stampa tradizionale dia poco risalto al finale di questa storia, ovvero alla loro tragica morte, assieme ad altri due ciclisti svizzeri e olandesi.

A Dream Ended on a Mountain Road: The Cyclists and the ISIS Militants

Si è meglio perchè in un mondo dove l’odio è diventato il sentimento prevalente, sarebbero stati massacrati dai leoni da tastiera. Quei leoni che sicuramente avrebbero scritto: ‘se la son cercata’.

Solo l’odio paga. Perchè l’odio semina odio e genera una conversione sicura: ancora odio verso tutto e tutti.

Quel 29 Luglio in Tagikistan Jay e Louren non sono morti. Quel 29 Luglio hanno aperto la strada a chi vorrà seguirli per dimostrare che l’umanità non si rassegna.

Hanno sacrificato la loro ingenuità per permettere ad altri di percorrere chilometri e chilometri di speranza, di amore e di fratellanza. Sentimenti sopiti ma che prima o poi riemergeranno con forza.

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          Hirak. Le bâton, seule réponse du pouvoir marocain       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Les lourdes condamnations qui ont frappé les dirigeants du Hirak le confirment, le pouvoir marocain refuse d’entendre les revendications populaires. Il ne connaît qu’une réponse aux aspirations sociales et démocratiques : la répression.
25 juin 2018. Manifestation pour réclamer la libération des détenus du Hirak.
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Article 1. Tous les êtres humains naissent libres et égaux en dignité et en droits. Ils sont doués de raison et de conscience et doivent agir les uns envers les autres dans un esprit de fraternité.
Déclaration universelle des droits de l’homme
Rien au monde
Ne pourra t’obliger
à plier genou
renoncer
à ton identité humaine
Ne mesure pas ta force
A la balance de tes bourreaux
Abdellatif Laâbi, In Praise of Defeat, First Archipelago Books edition, 2016 (édition bilingue).
En septembre 2017, après l’arrestation d’un certain nombre de manifestants du mouvement Hirak par l’Etat marocain, le comité éditorial du New York Times a publié un article intitulé « Morocco’s Refusal to Listen ». Maintenant que de lourds verdicts sont tombés sur les manifestants, le gouvernement a sans surprise prouvé qu’il était sourd à la voix du peuple. Mais ce qui est également démontré sans l’ombre d’un doute, c’est que le peuple refuse de plier le genou. Le pouvoir est entré dans une relation d’affrontement avec lui. D’un côté, il y a les autorités traditionnelles qui possèdent les richesses du pays et qui règnent par l’autocratie. Et de l’autre, il y a les gens qui en ont assez d’être enfermés pour avoir parlé et qui expérimentent maintenant des types de mouvement sans leader sur Internet. Ils ne font plus confiance à l’État.

« Ont-ils tué Kennedy ? »

Imaginez que vous élevez collectivement la voix pour demander un avenir meilleur et que la réponse, ce sont trois siècles de prison accumulés. Vous assistez à votre premier procès. Les procureurs vous accusent d’avoir miné la sécurité intérieure de l’État, ce qui justifie votre incarcération à vie. Vous vous défendez en disant que vous voulez simplement un emploi, un hôpital, une université, la fin de l’omniprésence de la police et de ses informateurs dans votre région. Vous affirmez que votre protestation pacifique pour la réalisation de ces revendications légitimes est un droit constitutionnel. Le procès se répète 84 fois pendant une période de neuf mois et trois jours. Cela devient une farce. Les gens dans la rue demandent : « Ont-ils tué Kennedy ? »
Mais qui sont ces gens ? Ils appartiennent à la deuxième vague de dirigeants et de manifestants du Hirak à être emprisonnés, après une première vague de manifestants condamnés en appel à une peine de sept mois chacun en juillet dernier, après la condamnation du militant du Hirak Elmortada Lamrachen à cinq ans d’emprisonnement, et après que Jamal Oulad Abdennabi, 18 ans, a pris vingt ans, réduits à cinq en appel. Cette deuxième vague inclut Nasser Zefzafi, Nabil Ahamjik, Ouassim El Boustati, Samir Ighid, tous condamnés à vingt ans de prison. Mohamed Jelloul, auparavant détenu pendant cinq ans pour son activisme, est maintenant condamné à dix ans de plus. Mohamed Asrihi, directeur du journal Rif24, et Rabie El Ablak collaborateur du journal Badil aujourd’hui fermé après la détention de son fondateur Hamid El Mahdaoui, ont été condamnés à cinq ans chacun. Hamid El Mahdaoui a pris trois ans.
La liste, caractéristique d’un régime autoritaire, est composée de 54 prisonniers politiques au total. On s’attend à ce que les prisonniers fassent appel, bien que selon les informations qui circulent, certains d’entre eux hésitent.


Des « aveux » sous torture

Un grand nombre de condamnations sont fondées sur les déclarations des manifestants, obtenues dans des conditions défavorables, c’est-à-dire parfois des pressions et même des tortures pour faire signer aux personnes arrêtées des aveux préparés d’avance avec lesquels ils ne sont pas d’accord ou qu’ils ne peuvent pas lire en raison de leur analphabétisme. L’ONG de défense des droits humains Human Rights Watch affirme :
En vertu du Code de procédure pénale marocain, aucune déclaration préparée par la police ne peut être admise comme preuve si elle est obtenue par la coercition ou la violence. Dans la pratique, cependant, les tribunaux admettent régulièrement comme preuve des « aveux » contestés et fondent les condamnations sur ces aveux, sans ouvrir d’enquête sur les allégations de torture et d’autres mauvais traitements physiques.
Certes il y a eu des cas de violence, comme lorsque des policiers ont été piégés au premier étage d’un immeuble en feu et qu’ils ont dû s’échapper par les fenêtres et par le toit à l’aide d’échelles et de cordes. Certains d’entre eux n’ont pas eu d’autre choix que de sauter, risquant ainsi leur vie. Mais Jamal Oulad Abdennabi, condamné pour avoir mis le feu aux bâtiments et attaqué la police, a catégoriquement nié les aveux qui figurent dans le procès-verbal. Un de ses frères l’a confié à l’hebdomadaire marocain TelQuel : « Mon frère, qui ne parlait que le tarifit [le dialecte rifain] — il a quitté l’école primaire en sixième année — ne pouvait pas lire la déclaration [en arabe]. Dans le feu de l’action, il a signé le procès-verbal parce que la police l’a rassuré en lui disant que mon père viendrait le chercher plus tard. »
Le juge a ensuite condamné Jamal sur la base du procès-verbal qu’il avait signé, bien qu’il ait réfuté devant le juge tous les aveux présentés dans le document. Jamal a fait appel. Trois témoins ont affirmé que pendant les événements, il était au souk en train de vendre sa marchandise. Le tribunal a abandonné l’accusation d’avoir mis « volontairement le feu à des biens appartenant à autrui ». Son avocat Me Rachid Belaali est convaincu de son innocence et cherche à obtenir l’acquittement pour le reste des charges.
Derrière l’histoire de Jamal et de tous les manifestants emprisonnés, il y a celle, complexe, des Rifains, un peuple du nord historiquement marginalisé par l’État. Les Rifains sont célèbres pour avoir écrasé le colonisateur espagnol dans la bataille d’Anoual1. Les Espagnols s’étaient vengés en les inondant de gaz moutarde. Aujourd’hui, dans une déclaration au site web febrayer.com, le père de Nasser Zefzafi compare le comportement de l’État marocain à l’Armée d’Afrique qui a imposé le protectorat espagnol au Maroc (1859-1956) : « Nous avons gagné la bataille d’Anoual, que les Espagnols appellent le désastre d’Anoual, et notre combat contre le colonisateur est devenu une malédiction, une sorte de revanche sur notre résistance ».
Et derrière l’histoire du Rif, il y a encore l’histoire des Marocains de toutes les régions qui en ont assez de la pauvreté et d’un État corrompu.

Le Makhzen contre le peuple

La sévérité des verdicts équivalant à une répression coloniale pourrait également être interprétée comme une tentative de rétablir le pouvoir de l’État par la terreur, les élites dirigeantes s’étant senties contestées par le mouvement pacifique Hirak. En répartissant trois siècles de prison entre les manifestants, l’État vise à redessiner les frontières du pouvoir que les manifestants ne cessent de franchir dans un jeu du chat et de la souris depuis le Mouvement du 20 février. En témoigne un nouveau slogan apparu il y a quelques mois, qu’on a pu entendre devant le Parlement au lendemain des verdicts : « C’est l’âge du boycott/Bye-bye l’âge de l’obéissance. » Les manifestants faisaient allusion au boycott actuel des consommateurs, sans chef de file, et qui se déroule entièrement sur Internet. La force numérique du boycott se juxtapose à la force dépassée de la soumission et de l’obéissance, qu’illustre parfaitement la cérémonie d’allégeance annuelle au cours de laquelle tout le personnel politique s’incline et plie le genou devant le roi.

1NDLR. La bataille d’Anoual a opposé un contingent militaire espagnol à l’armée rifaine de Mohamed Abdelkrim Al-Khattabi dans la région du Temsamane, en juillet 1921. Elle marque le début de la guerre du Rif.



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