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?
Chaos is coming to the Middle East in the aftermath of the failure of the so-called Arab Spring, and it is coming big.
The recognition of Tamazight as a national language provided the Amazigh an even greater acceptance into contemporary Moroccan culture.
In Sefrou, Muslims and Jews lived in good harmony, door to door and practised their religious rituals in unison to the extent that it was difficult to tell who is Islamic and who is Jewish.
Will the Moroccan electronic uprising resuscitate the moribund Arab Spring and breathe life into it all over the region and offer the poor a new tool and means to make their voice heard?
Mohammed Bin Salman wants a modern Saudi Arabia not in appearance only such as food, dress, idiom, but, mainly, in belief and practice of modernity, equality and equity.
Today, all Libyans must unite and put the interest of their country before their personal interest in order to restore peace and stability to their country.
In the aftermath of the Arab Spring that some people are now calling the “Arab Winter” the MENA region has been defined by escalating conflict and failing states.
His talk was a wonderful collective therapy extolling such universal concepts as love, affection and infatuation but also pain, death and loneliness.
The third millennium saw the advent of the digital revolution in a very spectacular way: computers invaded every home and place of work, the Internet became as important as a morsel of bread.
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.