Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Since the 1880s Moroccan people have immigrated to the UK. The third terrorist idenified in the London attacks was of Moroccan ethnicity.

The piece of this puzzle to stop such heinous acts of violence is to know your neighbor and celebrate holidays (and birthdays) together. President Obama simply said, "See something, say something." Also, "Know something, say something." If the simple act of reporting suspicions is too much to expect please think of the children. This is murder. These murderers have no conscience. They kill anyone and all people regardless of any difference that sustains them.

Moroccan Community in the UK (click here)
According to official reports there are an estimated 60, 000 – 70,000 Moroccans in the UK of which 35,000 live in London, mainly in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham, Lewisham and Hackney.
The largest Moroccan community in London is in North Kensington, where the population is thought to be up to 8,000.
Goldborne road, just off Portobello road, is home to a large Moroccan community. There are shops selling Moroccan products, cookware, and clothing. For those that like to cook, you will find all the cooking equipment for making your tagine at home.
During the summer, it is the perfect time to sit outside one of the restaurants, have a tagine and mint tea, while taking in the market atmosphere....

I can't imagine how they feel to know a young man turned against a benevolent country.

Morocco is a fascinating country. It is very rich in culture. They attract tourists for their famous camel tours.

Travel to Morocco (click here) and visit the best of the country's attractions from Casablanca to Marrakech. Travel from the snow-capped Atlas Mountains to the endless sands of the Sahara, and from the medieval old town of Fes to the spice markets of Marrakech, the rich history and natural beauty of Morocco await. Observe the vibrant collision between old and new expressed in architecture and artwork. Learn about fallen cities and cross paths with nomadic tribes. Jump in and discover the many mysteries and legends concealed within this moody, ever-changing landscape.

This is about the size of Morocco. It can be crossed in a few days, no different than the Appalachian Trail for hiking enthusiasts.

It strives to be contemporary with traditional and nontraditional relationships in the region.

June 5, 2017

Monrovia – The Northern African (click here) country of Morocco’s request to join the West African regional body has been approved in principle by ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States - click here), but West African leaders are studying the implications of its membership before its membership can be formally endorsed.

King Mohammed VI of Morocco was expected to take part in the 51st ECOWAS summit but canceled his trip to Liberia due to the controversy surrounding the presence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the event.

ECOWAS weighs US$630 billion, representing the world’s 21st GDP and by integrating Morocco, the 15-member bloc would become the 16th largest world economy with an additional $115 billion and a GDP approaching US$745 billion, ahead of Turkey and right after Indonesia....