· October, 2005

Stories about Morocco from October, 2005

Morocco: Hoba Hoba

31 October 2005

Foulla thinks that these Hoba Hoba – Rai-Gnaoua-Reggae- artists (Moroccan) band, sing about injustice, pollution in Casablanca, freedom… among other subjects; are great.

Morocco: Terrorism Threat in Morocco

28 October 2005

Foulla writes that Al-Salafiyah al-Jihadiyah in Morocco Declares Jihad on the Moroccan Government. They issued a statement, declaring that the time has come to announce the “jihad on the government of disbelieving and oppression,” for the heads of government have allegedly “sold the country to the infidels after they cleared...

Morocco: Migrants suffer in Morocco

  14 October 2005

Saad of The World from Rabat quotes an eyewitness who reports the sufferance of migrants in Morocco. On the other hand, Human Rights Watch News Releases, (Middle East and Northern Africa), says that deportations to Morocco put migrants at risk and says that violence against Migrants in Ceuta and Melilla...

Senegal: Migrants deported

  11 October 2005

Black Looks reports on the expulsion by Spanish authorities of a number of Senegalese migrant workers to Morocco. The move, which she says is illegal, has put the men at risk of further hardship and brutality. “The migrants are now trapped and cornered like hunted animals between the Moroccan desert...

Morocco: Prisoners Hunger Strike Ends

  4 October 2005

saad of The World from Rabat reports that some 30 prisoners, who have been on hunger strike for almost two months in Western Sahara, have agreed to take food again. They ended their hunger strike because of their families’ fears for their lives, the Moroccan Human Rights Association (AMDH) said....

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