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Farah Kinani

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

The Danish cartoons dominate the Moroccan blogs

As predictable, the Moroccan blogosphere reacted last week to the drawings of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), and while some bloggers condemned the Danish cartoonist , others found the reactions in...

Laicity and Football deception in the Moroccan Blogs

Last Monday was the first day of the new Hegire year 1427 and the Moroccan Blogsphere wished Muslims all over the world a happy new year (French). Soumiaz author of...

Football and media's trial in the Moroccan blogs

January 12th is Yennayer, the Amazigh New Year . So I'll start by wishing Amazighs all around the world a happy Yenayer 2956! Last week was a sportive one in...

Fatwas and the Moroccan blogs

Last week was a very active one in the Moroccan blogosphere and e-debats went on about different subjects, and very interesting ones. The Moroccan bloggers talked, among other subjects, about...

Eid Al Adha unites the Moroccan bloggers and Marock divides them

This week, Muslims all over the world are celbrating Aid Al Adha to commemorate Abraham's sacrifice. Moroccan bloggers didn't miss the occasion to wish everybody a Merry celebration. Eid Mubarak...

The first week of 2006 in the Moroccan blogs

2006 is here, so happy new year from the Moroccan blogosphere. After a one month absence , Larbi is back. This blog is definitely the most popular among the Moroccan...

About blogging in Morocco

Although blogging in Morocco is a new “fashion”, it is spreading with a high speed among Moroccans from all ages and different activities. You have the Doctor , the politic...

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