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Farah Kinani · November, 2006

For years ,I was a very active journalist in Morocco.Then I met Farhad . We married some months after, and I moved to his (our) place in USA.Then came our babies so my husband and I decided it was better for our small family to have me at home taking care of our two precious and witnessing their daily “magical” development.I decided then to switch from a full time “news-seeker”;) to a freelance journalist..But it wasn't enough for me: So many things going on,and rare are the channels willing to talk about it.I decided to start blogging,and I really feel much better since I joined GVO;)

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Latest posts by Farah Kinani from November, 2006

29 November 2006

The Blogoma retaliates while Blaise LLorca calms the angry e-crowd

Moroccan bloggers under fire! The Moroccan blogosphere (Blogoma) is very angry. Why? Well a Moroccan blogger qualified the Moroccan blogging as being still in the “teen aging period”(Fr). Mohamed Lachyab,...

15 November 2006

The Moroccan beauty shines in France while more Moroccan bloggers “call it quit”!

It's alarming. More and more Moroccan bloggers are taking vacation from blogging! And while A Moroccan haute couture stylist displays proudly his identity by transforming a Caftan into an elegant...

8 November 2006

The Moroccan blogosphere barely acknowledges Saddam Hussein's sentence

Two major events marked the beginning of the week, for the Moroccan bloggers: The Green March and Saddam Hussein's death penalty. But only one event got the most attention. It's...

5 November 2006

Moroccan bloggers gain in popularity and reduce the predominance of French blogs

I went to Morocco for a long vacation. Once back to my home sweet home, I had to deal with my son's adenoids which caused me to stay away of...

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