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England: A perfect mix of a Virgin Queen, Islamic Kingdoms, Shakespeare and Sugar England faces a bitter and angry Islamophobia. Once Upon A Time England was abandoned by her neighbours, and desperately sought help from Islamic Kingdoms.

England: A perfect mix of a Virgin Queen, Islamic Kingdoms, Shakespeare and Sugar   England faces a bitter and angry Islamophobia. Once Upon A Time England was abandoned by her neighbours, and desperately sought help from Islamic Kingdoms.

When Queen Elizabeth I ascended to the throne in 1558 after the death of her half-sister Queen Mary, Mary’s husband King Philip II of Spain wanted to maintain the Anglo-Spanish ties, and immediately proposed to Elizabeth.   The Virgin Queen rejected Phillip, and many other men. With the discourse of time, a few military threats, an ex-communication and the perpetual reminder of Elizabeth's rejection alone by her standing, England became vulnerable to a sudden attack by Spain who was determined on becoming a dominating power in Europe.   In the year 1570, Pope Pius V excommunicated (kicked out) the Virgin...

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The Darija, the language of the Moroccan people's communication By Zouhair El Hairan

The Darija, the language of the Moroccan people's communication By Zouhair El Hairan

Introduction   Moroccan Arabic or Colloquial Moroccan Arabic, also known as "Darija" (which means dialect), is the variety of the Arabic language spoken in Morocco. For official communications, government and other public or governmental bodies use standard or classical Arabic, as in most countries in which Arabic is the official language.One important element to highlight is the political situation: the Moroccan monarchy, which has formed an alliance with Islam and Arabic language as a "whole", theoretically indivisible (Ferrando, 2001). According to an from the recentMoroccan Constitution (2011): "The Kingdom of Morocco is an Islamic State of full sovereignty, its official...

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Moroccan Transnational Entrepreneurs: new social patterns, new policy narratives

Moroccan Transnational Entrepreneurs: new social patterns, new policy narratives

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Moroccan Amazigh

Moroccan Amazigh

The Moroccan culture is widely diverse and rich in terms of ethnics, languages and traditions.  Going along with the Moroccan cities and villages, one can discover a hectic cultural amalgam. Although being the official language in Morocco, Arabic is not the only spoken language in the country. A large Moroccan popularity defines themselves as Amazigh (the native dwellers of North Africa). Amazigh refers to an ancient ethnic groups lived in North Africa since an ancient time. Historians cannot decide exactly the period when they first showed up in North Africa due to the lack of manuscripts or any historical hints....

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La jeunesse marocaine entre le hip hop et les principes islamiques.

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La jeunesse marocaine entre le hip hop et les principes islamiques.

La jeunesse marocaine entre le hip hop et les principes islamiques.

Chaque génération a ses propres spécificités en termes de style de vie. La musique en tant que débouché artistique est également affectée à travers les générations. Le Maroc est célèbre pour sa diversité culturelle et sa société en mutation constante. Au début du XXIe siècle a émergé une nouvelle musique qui a changé beaucoup de choses dans la société marocaine. Le hip hop a trouvé sa place dans le quotidien marocain. une recherche récente menée pour la réalisation d'un B.A. sur le hip-hop au Maroc montre que la majorité des jeunes marocains écoutent du hip-hop

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