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GIRLS TALK
Ritzy Ritz (Abu Dhabi) wrote this note:
Moroccan DARIJA to ENGLISH.. PLEASE :(
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Salam.. Can anyone help me translate this to English? i really need it badly.. SHOKRAN BEZAF! :)

"HASNA ALLAH YA3TIK LA9WA GOLI AMIN KIFACH ILA MCHA YA3NI NATI MAFYK TAY9A LEWAHED YAHRB MANK"

LOOKING FOR..
Grace Deller (Baltimore) wrote this note:
Do The Berbers go to School
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Does anybody know if the berbers as yonger people attend school?
SPIRITUAL
Rasta Gnawi (boston, ma) wrote this note:
Ramadan Mubarak
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Ramadan Mubarak everyone. Pleasant first with low temps. So far so good.
RAIOO
Rasta Gnawi (boston, ma) wrote this note:
Raioo versus Facebook
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Facebook offers a wide audience for thoughts and comments. It could be a good thing, but it also can become overwhelming, trying to manage friends groups and comments.

I am reverting more and more to a narrower and more targeted audience, whether raioo or others.

Has anyone else felt the same way?

Thanks

JOKES
o (germain) wrote this note:
Lmgharba fil 3rassiya
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http://imgur.com/CCSGt


this is so true,



 
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POLITICS
o (germain) wrote this note:
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Ten reasons to believe that Morocco could become an Islamic emirate
After 100 days at the helm of government, the Islamist PJD impose a society based on an Arab-Muslim identity politics.
sounds good to me...

check it out here :


http://www.slateafrique.com/85607/10-raisons-croire-que-le-maroc-pourrait-devenir-un-emirat-islamiste

OPEN TALK
o (germain) wrote this note:
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Tahir Shah on the Hay Hasseni Souk- Casablanca
Tahir Shah takes us on a brief visit of the Hay Hasseni Souk in Casablanca, Morocco. It's the kind of place most people don't realise exists: a whole Aladdin's den to discover.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xsL-u3wimo&feature=youtu.be

I've been here before, I love these places :)

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OPEN TALK
o (germain) wrote this note:
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Raioo as a Social Website
I joined Raioo awhile ago for fun and to meet new friends, but it's too bad that no one is giving it much attention. It feels like a deserted website. No one replies for months. Why? Where are the Admins? Where are the other 700 members? Where are the movers and shakers of the place?
HelooooooooOOOOOOOOooooooooooOOOOOOOoooooo000?
Anyone here?

Cricket.. cricket...

ART & CULTURE
Adnane Ben. (Boston) wrote this note:
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Fri 4/27 6-9 pm: Amazigh Spring Concert in NYC

My friend Zouhir asked me to share this announcement. There's going to be a concert in New York to celebrate the Amazigh Spring 2012. Presented by Tazzla Institute for Cultural Diversity, supported by Amazigh Cultural Association in America and organized by Imazighen of Boston and New York in partnership with "Creating Peace Through the Arts and Media" a United Nations Culture of Peace. Program founded by Tazzla Institute with support by other NGOs.

Opening Montage: "Amazigh Women"
Film : " Zohra, a Morrocan fairy tale, UK-Morocco "
Concert by: KHALID IZRI

Free Admission.

It sounds like a good opportunity to connect and enjoy a great cultural time. Find it on facebook here.

PEOPLE
wilma raymond () wrote this note:
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missing my friend..
i am from philippines that use to work in south korea with some moroccan and i would like to have a contact with mounia, shes my friend and married to paulo, they are both from rabat morocco, the last time i saw her was she was pregnant and their going to dubai to work there, i really love to have a contact to them cause shes my friend, i wish someone can help me to find her, we use to work on a auto spare parts company in korea called hyundae-daebang...
POLITICS
fender (full stop) (Liege) wrote this note:
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21 January 1793
(...)"The path leading to the scaffold was extremely rough and difficult to pass; the King was obliged to lean on my arm, and from the slowness with which he proceeded, I feared for a moment that his courage might fail; but what was my astonishment, when arrived at the last step, I felt that he suddenly let go my arm, and I saw him cross with a firm foot the breadth of the whole scaffold; silence, by his look alone, fifteen or twenty drums that were placed opposite to me; and in a voice so loud, that it must have been heard it the Pont Tournant, I heard him pronounce distinctly these memorable words: 'I die innocent of all the crimes laid to my charge; I Pardon those who have occasioned my death; and I pray to God that the blood you are going to shed may never be visited on France (...) Th
COMMUNITY
Simo Larguet (JP) wrote this note:
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Western Union revised fees for September
It is the safest and fastest way to send receive money, by usining Western Union you get the peace of mind you need in this busy world, you can use and agent, the online service as well as the smart phone app.
If you elect to send money to your loved ones using an agent, or if you just click submit; Western Union does the rest. you canít beat the convenience Western Union gives you to transfer funds from/to any day, any time.
The fees and charges have been reviewed recently, Western Union decided to revise the fees to offer you the best service at the most competitive price. the new fees are available atwww.westernunion.com.
PS. if you have a smart phone, you may be able to install the Western Union app that can save you time and money.

Money Transfer | Western Union<

ART & CULTURE
hudhud () wrote this note:
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A Year for Tlemcen
Some of you are perhaps much more familiar with Tlemcen than I am, as it is a city I have yet to visit. Amongst us in the Maghrebin cultures, we know of Tlemcen for its history, art, architecture, and music. But the rest of the Arab and Muslim world may not have heard of it much (if at all in the case of many), until recently it was designated a Cultural Capital of the Islamic World for 2011 by ISESCO.

At home we watched on TV the inauguration of Tlemcen and the celebration of this title, and you couldn't help but want to go visit and explore for yourself, as you would with other historic cities in the Maghreb. But what struck me personally, having visited other very historic places in Algeri

FILM.TV
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generation news
has anyone watched generation news on medi1 sat? any reactions, thoughts, opinions?
i just watched an episode and it reminded me of how at a certain age we were both critical and yet also know-it-alls.. :o)

RAIOO
mostafa (Cairo) wrote this note:
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YA RAIOO .............. :)
I did tried to change my picture
I got this message
\"Parse error: syntax error, unexpected \'<\' in /home1/raioocom/public_html/bloggers/desktop/main.php on line 45 \".
I tested it on \"Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google chrome\".
Take care.
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