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Anas Alaoui

Hi all.
My name is Anas. Apparently, I am the second Anas on GVO, but you can call me Annouss.
I've been blogging for 5 years now. It started with something like: “Hey look mum, I'm on the internet. See ? That's my photo”.

Then came the time of blogging for a cause, a cause I made mine as I was also an activist. This cause is: freedom of speech.
No matter what you say, no matter what you think as long as you respect rules and laws you should not be afraid of being harmed or imprisoned. Unfortunately, that is not yet the case in many countries.

But that is not the only reason I blog for. Blogs, Forums, Twitter feeds are a form of expression and platforms for debate, exchanging ideas and openess to the world out there.

So with your help and collaboration, let's make ours this GVO motto: “The world is talking. Are you listening ?”

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Latest posts by Anas Alaoui

Morocco: Another Blogger Imprisoned

On Monday, December 14th, Blogger Bashir Hazzam and Internet cafe owner Abdullah Boukhou were sentenced to four months and one year, respectively plus a fine of MAD 500 (USD 63)...

Morocco: Praise for Islamic Finance

In a recent blog post, Paris-based Moroccan blogger Larbi (Fr) takes a closer look at Islamic finance. He writes: “While global finance has collapsed and the world was plunged into...

Morocco: Banking fees uncovered

In a recent post, moroccan blogger Omar El-Hyani [Fr] explores banking fees in Morocco. He conducted a comparative review of major banks in Morocco based on the most common operations...

Morocco: Blogoma participates in Blog Action Day

Moroccan bloggers expressed their concern for the environment on Blog Action Day 2009, which focused on climate change this year. Water scarcity and energy dominated the conversation, reports Anas Alaoui.

Morocco: Next Earth Day to be held in Morocco

The next Earth Day, which falls on the 22nd of April, will be held in Morocco, reports Dominique Lagarde on the blog Nomades Express.

Moroccan single moms situation ‘highlighted’

Elisabeth Hague, a Washington University graduate and Rabat-based blogger links to what she called an “interesting New York Times article“. The article,she explains on her blog, focuses upon the Moudawana...

Morocco: Free Speech Call to the King

Allal El Alaoui, a Moroccan blogger based in Rabat, reports and links [ar] to the open letter written by Khalid Jamai, 65 – a Moroccan veteran journalist known for his...

Moroccans Love/Hate Affair with Obama

US President Barack Obama's Cairo address to the Muslim world sparked a blaze of reactions across the region and beyond; not least amongst bloggers from the Maghreb where a fiery...

Morocco: The Blogoma's Journey Continues

Blogging has come a long way in Morocco. From a handful a blogs a few years ago, the blogosphere is now growing rapidly, in three languages. In this post, Anas...

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