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Nabila Taj

An undergrad at Trinity College (CT). Resident of Queens, NYC. Currently a student in Rabat, Morocco. Blog: www.ifihadeyes.tumblr.com

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Latest posts by Nabila Taj

22 February 2011

Morocco: King Sets Up Economic and Social Council

After a visit to France, Morocco's King Mohammed VI returned to the Royal Palace in Casablanca to announce the initiation of an Economic and Social Council on Monday, February 22,...

17 February 2011

Morocco: ‘Movement for Dignity’ Planned for 20 February, 2011

Morocco has been deemed the 'unsusceptible exception' to the current unrest in the Arab world. Despite all this, there is talk on the Internet about a planned protest called the...

28 August 2010

Morocco: The Sublime Sufi Revival

The rhythms of a Sufi revival are passionately reverberating through the corridors of Morocco, and they are not going unheard, especially by the nation’s youth.

15 August 2010

Morocco: English as the Second Language

Said Bellari, a writer for Moroccoboard.com, advocates the gradual eradication of the dependence on the French language, and the introduction of English as the official second language of Morocco. In...

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