An appeal hearing is set to begin Monday to review the case of a Moroccan librarian who was arrested in the French city of Lille last month for publicly condoning an act of terrorism.
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Mimouna is an organization founded seven years ago by Elmehdi Boudra with the purpose of teaching young Muslim college students about the rich history of unity between Jewish and Muslim Moroccans.
Moroccan man killed in home in front of his wife in horrific attack.
What happened to a shared history many still fondly recall, where are we now and what are the prospects for the future?
Morocco is among Arab-Islamic countries that have approved the UN draft resolution on religious freedom.
The PVV has lost the equivalent of four seats since Geert Wilders led his supporters in an anti-Moroccan chant on local election night.
What changed and looking ahead to the uncertain future.
The role of Islam, external interventions and the dynamics of sectarianism in the unfolding chain of events known as the Arab uprisings.
Arab society, history and culture in the context of the Arab uprisings.
Belgian racism fail.
“We entered a mosque and we were told to remove our shoes,” she recounted. “What do you mean? Why would we need to do that?”
On Moroccos Jewish history and Moroccan Jews who left for Israel.
Geert Wilders, the racist Dutch parliamentarian promises renewed vigor in war against windmills.