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Hamza Daoui

Moroccan student of the world and polyglot.

Likes: Chicken tajine, the new style of djellabas, cats, P.Diddy (guilty pleasure), and playing guitar.

Dislikes: Corruption, dishonesty, double standards, cats.

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Latest posts by Hamza Daoui

13 July 2007

Francophone Morocco: Development, Modernization, and Creation

"Un amour pour ce pays qui sent la pointe de la critique comme une blessure à son inconditionnalité," is how one blogger describes her feelings toward her country, Morocco. Hamza...

27 June 2007

Morocco: 72-year-old Activist Jailed for Supporting Prisoners

Morocco: Telecoms, The Blogging Grand Prix, and Reactions to Salman Rushdie's Knighthood

Blogging has indeed become a popular Moroccan pastime, with new blogs cropping up every day. Pointblog.com (fr), a self-described magazine of blogging, reports on the first Grand Prix des Blogs:”...

4 June 2007

Francophone Morocco: Blogging for the Maghreb Arab Union

June 1 has been designated the day to blog for the Maghreb Union - Bloggers across the Maghreb have tackled the subject, posting videos, photos, and their opinions, and Moroccan...

28 May 2007

Francophone Morocco: Politics, Power, and Money

"If you don’t do politics, politics will do what it wants with you." Or, do politics make any sense in Morocco? Hamza Daoui checks in on this week's blogging to...

18 May 2007

Morocco: Fighting ignorance, injustice, and irrationality

Giving one's child a special first name should be an inalienable right, not a lengthy bureaucratic process. Hamza Daoui covers a debate stirring up over this very issue, as well...

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