· July, 2007

Stories about Morocco from July, 2007

Morocco: A Kingly History

  21 July 2007

While the His Majesty King Mohammed VI is changing the face of the country, former king Mohammed V has been nominated for the title of Righteous Among Nations. More discussion of the royal family, the city of Meknès, and more in this week's Morocco roundup.

Francophone Morocco: On Faith, On Politics

  20 July 2007

With Ramadan and the 2007 elections looming on the horizon, religion and politics are popular subjects in the blogoma. What is everyone saying? Find out in this week's Francophone Moroccan blog translations.

Morocco: A Sad Story

  18 July 2007

Eatbees blog discusses the terror scare in Morocco and the influence of Saad al-Hossaini, known as “the chemist.”

Morocco: Hot Hot Hot

  15 July 2007

With temperatures rising over 40 degrees Celsius in Morocco, all bloggers can talk about is the heat! Okay, and a few other things. Find out exactly what in this week's post from Jillian York.

Morocco: Terror Alert

  9 July 2007

Morocco has raised its terrorism threat level to “maximum”, the highest category indicating a radical Islamist attack is expected imminently, reports The View from Fez.

Lebanon: Muslim Women Activists are the Answer

  4 July 2007

Lebanese blogger Sophia “wonders if women's activism within Islam couldn't be, after all, the right remedy to the economic, political and social pressures exerted on Muslims and Muslim societies by the West and by their own rulers and their extremists.”

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