Africa is undoubtedly the future of humanity, this is not a cliché, it is reality. It has the resources, natural and human diversity, the aspiring youth and the iron will to step into action and make things happen for the benefit of its peoples. This blog will look introspectively in the dynamics of change in this "young" continent shedding light on creed, culture, politics and economics. There is a lot the world can learn from this continent. Was it not, after all, the cradle of humanity, dare I ask?
Tremendous progress has been gladly achieved in our perception of education: in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it was written in gold, for the first time, that education is an undeniable right of every human being.
Education, more than ever before, is solicited today by everyone to prepare the individual to face the challenges of the future and the uncertainties of tomorrow with determination, responsibility and faith.
Prince Mohammed bin Salmane wants to “eradicate extremist ideas” thriving in his country to rid it from Wahabism that is equated, worldwide, with terrorism and violence.
Traditionally speaking, Moroccan officials embezzled money, took bribes, practiced nepotism and favoritism and abused power in total impunity.
Morocco is land of peace and stability. It is also land of rest and enjoyment. For some it is almost a paradise on earth, for others it is a land of exoticism and orientalism
Radical Islamist terrorism inflicted on Europe is mostly homegrown and the countries of origin of perpetrators' grandparents cannot be made responsible for their condemnable and ignoble acts.
Since the establishment of Jihad in Afghanistan in 1980s, to drive the Soviets out of Muslim country, many religious organizations such as al-Qaeda, then, ISIS, today, and many others have taken upon themselves the recovery of such “abandoned” youth.
Pakistan occupies a unique place in the Muslim world. It is the only state explicitly established in the name of Islam, and yet fifty years after its independence, the role and place of Islam in the country remains unresolved.
The new Islamic spiritual and political situation in Central Asia determined a new technological and cultural progress.
If the Asians of the early days of Islam, accepted this faith it was certainly not out of fear but out of personal identification with its precepts and teachings, the valid proof being.