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  • en réponse à : Le Maroc de Hassan II #270044
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    I find it so ironic that, after what happened lately in Laayoun, that some of you come over here and start bashing the late King Hassan II. Aren’t we supposed to stick together in these difficult times!!?? This is absolutely NOT the right time to argue over his legacy! The man is dead and weather he was a good ruler or not, at least at his time, Algeria wouldn’t have dared to even think about plotting a misfortunate chaotic riot and border line criminal behavior like Laayoun’s one. Hassan II was Algeria’s nightmare and boogie man, and just for that alone I’ll always love him period!

    en réponse à : الحقيبة العجيبة #278350
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    TO Mr. houmidi59, honest to God, if Hannan was your daughter, wouldn’t you want to know, that the man she’s about to marry is a crook? Wouldn’t you be grateful, that your best friend did came forward and told you the truth about your daughter future husband? See Mr. houmid59, two wrongs don’t make a right!
    Thanks for sharing anyway!

    en réponse à : prostitution de famille sur oujda #275586
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    Kryss4you: I didn’t get what you were trying to say, but from what I understand, it sounds like there is more to your story than what you’ve said all along, and something is not right about it, but that’s your personal business, I can’t ask you for more further details, moreover, I shouldn’t have put the whole blame on you. I hope sometime soon you’ll resolve all your problems and find peace of mind. Good luck.

    en réponse à : prostitution de famille sur oujda #275581
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    To Kryss4you: Since you have all these doubts about your sweet-heart, and her dad might be her pimp, then, why don’t you help her? Be her man, sweep her off her feet and get her out of there. You seem very concerned about your cherie! to the point where you can’t sleep or eat! Yet, it looks like you haven’t budged an inch to help her! have you?

    en réponse à : هالة النقاب #255896
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    From what I’ve herd at my local mosque, the person who needs to wear Al Ni3ab is every fatally beautiful woman (Fatinat Al Jamal) the one who can attract men with the beauty of her facial features. Wa Allahou A3lam.

    en réponse à : manifestation des non-jeûneurs de ramadan au maroc. #273546
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    To Alaa-eddin: Well said ! I rest my case !

    en réponse à : manifestation des non-jeûneurs de ramadan au maroc. #273541
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    To: farida_benali: Sweetie, if it was easy for me to write my comment in a different language other than English, I would’ve done it from the get go and save me the headaches ! unfortunately, can’t do it nor translate it for you.
    Sorry for the inconvenience!

    en réponse à : manifestation des non-jeûneurs de ramadan au maroc. #273539
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    To farida_benali: Democracy and liberty are two wonderful privileges that should be utilized for the right cause and with common sense. When you live in a country where the majority of it’s population are Muslim, YOU’VE GOT TO SHOW SOME RESPECT, if not lot of it ! I found it simultaneously funny and sad, when you quoted the Quoran in order to prove your point of view, while ignoring other verses that ask us to respect one another, behave gracefully and not create FITNA among us. You’re not forced to fast Ramadan or be a Muslim for sure,… but does it satisfy your urge to let us know about it? does it feel good when purposely offending us by gorging on food in bright day light ? if so, this « cult » arguments and yours becomes irrelevant, pathetic and shameful, especially when compared with far more important issues worth fighting for in the name of democracy, for instants; corrupt government, broken healthcare system, poor education, an employment gap, crimes and violence rising… you name it ! life is already hard enough as it is for most Moroccans, any protest for the sake of better quality of life is welcome, otherwise, we don’t give a DAMN about this childish moronic « cult » or their Bull S*** « right » period.

    en réponse à : L’imposture de la grippe A H1N1 devoilee #274127
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    WOW! News media need to relax little bit and stop over reacting! they are freaking people out by giving too much mixed-up information about the Swine flu (H1N1), it’s a voluntary vaccination, no one is forced to take it. The H1N1 flu is no different than regular flu in numbers of fatalities; they both have the same symptoms and get treated with the same antibiotics, beside the vaccine is not available for every body, the priority has been given to health care personnel, pregnant women, children and young adult up to age 24.

    en réponse à : y’a-t-il une vie aprés le mariage..!!!! #273950
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    Sure, married life is so much different from single one, but surely it’s not the last breath or a graveyard for romance and dreams we use to fantasize about, I’ll rather call it “ the beginning of a new life” that we need to make the best out off it. Having kids is a huge responsibility, but they are also a blessing from God. I, personally, hearing my little ones calling me Mom, means the world to me and I won’t trade it for anything on earth.
    Married life is a combination of challenges and experiences that we get to face and live every days off our lives, sometimes are sweet others are bitter, we laugh and we cry, but with every step we make and decision we take, we learn more about life, we get lot more mature and wiser and that by it’s self, an other blessing.

    en réponse à : Santé et drogues ???? #273409
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    Salah2006: It’s true; doctors in public sector make less money than those in privet one, but that’s their regular salaries, exclude from it extract money coming from here and there…(hope you know what I mean!) now, if we compare sanitation, behavior of staff, and treatments in both sectors, we’ll find that both of them are miserable, yet the public one is worst than the privet. Look, in one-month period, I’ve witnessed the imaginable! And like I’ve said it before, that was when my Father has gotten sick, his health kept deteriorating at polyclinics, his doctor was a selfish bastard who didn’t care about anybody, I could smell alcohol on him whenever he opened his mouth to talk, so we had to fly my father to Cheik Zayed Hospital in Rabat for “better treatments”, just so I won’t be long in my story, after five weeks, my Father never made it, he died October of 2008 (allah yrahmah), the cost of his stay at that hospital was over 360000 dh, he had insurance, but believe it or not, from the day of his passing away until this very moment, my mother didn’t get not one cent back from the insurance company, I guess educated people get screwed and ripped off too, salah2006!
    Obviously, you are a decent doctor who cares about others wellbeing, but unfortunately, you stand ALMOST alone in your crowed. It’s a corrupt and rotten healthcare system, we can denounce it or voice our concern about it, but neither you, nor me are enough to fix it, seems like people are afraid to object and oppose injustice, or simply don’t give a damn about it, they’ll rather go with the flow than against it, never mind the consequences.

    en réponse à : Santé et drogues ???? #273404
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    Touria016: With all do respect to you opinion, I do not think that providing our doctors with necessary equipments would some how solve Moroccan health care crisis, or even boost it for one bit! As matter of fact there are plenty of doctors who possess very sophisticated medical equipments, and I’ve seen that with my own eyes, yet with all that technology, the out come of it is really pathetic. However, I do strongly agree with you about the mentality issue, and I will add to that the proper inspections and enforcing laws and regulations that protect every Moroccan citizen from being ripped off, or abused by any medical staffer. We all need to know (doctors and patients) what are our obligations and rights toward each other; also Doctors need to value human lives and show some respect to their patients (especially in public hospitals) and not look at them as if they were money pit, millions of people are barely surviving in Morocco, yet they have to give bribes in order to get basic medical treatments, 20dh to the door man, 30dh for the nurse, and you’re guarantee full service, the same service that was supposed to be ” free off charges”. It’s huge mess that needs radical changes, it may take time for it to work, but the sooner the better.

    en réponse à : F9i8 d’un autre type #273338
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    Indeed, it’s definitely worth watching this video! The F9ih was very interesting… I kind like the way he was preaching! 🙂

    en réponse à : Mohammed el Hadi à Oujda #271721
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    Come on people! Give Muslim a brake! He was just trying to inform those of us who are interested at this singer’s concert, cut him some slack and be nice to him!!!! Anyway, thank you muslim for the news, too bad I’m not in Oujda, otherwise I would’ve gone check him out. Thanks again.

    en réponse à : manifestation des non-jeûneurs de ramadan au maroc. #273464
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    Gothendieck, I understand that you’re looking at this matter from civil right side, and we’re looking at it from a religious one, it’s seems to me that it was unnecessary to create an organization that will represent a hand full of people during one month a year out off twelve, witch makes me wonder what about the eleven other months????? are they going to sit on their couches, watch TV, eeeeeeat and wait for the next Ramadan to make their next move?? seriously!….this is becoming ridiculous and do not deserve all of the buzz it’s getting. Personally, I’m writing my last comment on this subject, cause it’s not worth waisting my time on it.

    Eid Moubarak to all of you.

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