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Keyword: Moroccan monarchy

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Occupied Arab World

Shaikh Yasin remains in house arrest as west lauds Morocco’s ‘liberal’ new king

Crescent International

Rajab 22, 14201999-11-01

Morocco’s king Muhammad VI is being hailed in his country and abroad as a reforming monarch who is far more sensitive to human rights issues than his late father, king Hasan II, who died in July.

Occupied Arab World

Exit Hasan of Morocco: west mourns the death of another loyal servant

Khalil Marwan

Rabi' al-Thani 19, 14201999-08-01

King Hasan of Morocco, one of the longest-reigning rulers in the Muslim world, was buried in Rabat on July 25, two days after his death in a Rabat hospital. In keeping with recent tradition, his funeral was attended by a large entourage of his foreign masters...

Occupied Arab World

UN & Morocco take the Sahrawi people for a ride, again

M.S. Ahmed

Dhu al-Qa'dah 28, 14191999-03-16

Morocco signed an agreement with the United Nations on February 12 defining the legal status of UN troops in disputed western Sahara after months of delay. The UN Security Council then voted unanimously to extend the UN mission’s mandate until March 31.

Occupied Arab World

Secular democracy a tool for Moroccan monarchy

Sid Mostafa Mohamed

Rabi' al-Awwal 07, 14191998-07-01

It should come as no surprise that the west’s favourite clients in the Muslim world have adopted some of the double standards so prevalent in the ‘free’ and ‘democratic’ west.

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