To the glory of Mohammed VI and the dignity of Morocco

by Hassan Alaoui

Completely in the shadow of a regime beset by challenges, Morocco is following a course that Mohammed VI took to his throne in July 1999. Diplomacy and our territorial integrity. If the king took advantage of the constants inherited from his late father’s rule, on the other hand, he troubled some of them. He established another method, redrawing the horizon of a new Moroccan, aware of new challenges, notably the measure of the acceleration of history.

“Morocco to the Challenge”! Such an apothecary is in itself one of the most remarkable examples of what the Kingdom of Morocco is and is to become. However, if there is one concrete and necessary reality in our nation’s history, it is the long-term resilience that permeates a memorial movement indefinitely as time will and permit. The memory of Morocco goes back over a long period that began more than three millennia ago to our days, in other words, from this indisputable starting point where the Jews formed the first inhabitants of the kingdom, setting the first milestones A culture with its own craftsmanship, its symbols, its beliefs, its progress, its threats, its hopes and its disappointments…

It is not a truism to affirm the profound Jewishness of the first steps in Moroccan history. Witnesses the retrospectives and numerous pilgrimages of thousands of Jewish citizens around the world who have been ritualistic visits over the years to meditate on the tombs and mausoleums of their distant ancestors, buried in this deep Morocco where every stone, whether it Tombstone or be simple, retains traces of a multi-century or millennium memory.

See also  One year after shutdown, process to dismantle Feisenheim plant is underway

Today, more and better than yesterday, in the sense of an almost biological continuity without breaking, the men’s movement is part of history and memory. And in spite of the crises and wars that breach our certainties in the span of a few centuries, the latter neither bows down nor renounces its rights. It is to be forgotten that it is in this irresistible and firm cement that the collective consciousness of a unitary Morocco was unified by its differences. Islam came in the 7th century to establish a sacred religion, the pillar of the monotheistic triad, the engine of a universal conscience. In his name, a headwind of conquest was wrought and if this irresistible rise of Moroccan Islam needs further proof, we can never say enough that the Moroccan fighter Tariq ibn Zad embodied it. In this sleepy Spain of the Middle Ages, it marked the conscience beyond Gibraltar.

Moroccan dynasties inscribed symbols of majesty and human coziness, a vast continuous national narrative, have shaped the face of a polyglot ethno-cultural Morocco. From the Idrisids to the Alawites, a single national common thread served as a regulatory cement in the face of many of the wishes faced by Moroccan nationalism, such as the Battle of Oued el-Makhzin, also known as the Three Kings or even the Battle of Ouid el-Makhzin. That is called the Battle of Alcazar Kebir. In Spanish, which opposed Mohamed al-Mutawakil, supported by Sebastian Premier of Portugal and King of Spain at the time, to the Saadian sultan Moulay Abdelmalek on August 4, 1578. The politico-military earthquake in the Mediterranean is already in the grip of a global inquiry following the defeat of the Portuguese and Spanish at the Battle of Oued al-Makhzin.

See also  Spain to start clinical trials of its first anti-Covid vaccine

At the same pace, it is indeed fitting to record the battle of Morocco four centuries later against four European imperialisms, some more voracious than others, to break our country into several spheres of influence during the shaming. The Bizarre Conference of Algeciras, held in 1906. They are France, Spain, England, Germany and … Russia. So much so that in 1956, when it had to negotiate its independence, Morocco faced France, Spain and other imperialist powers at the same time.

The late Mohammed V and Hassan II restored national dignity, the former liberated the nation after a fierce exile by France for less than 3 years, the latter reunited the Moroccan people and established a pluralistic democracy . In the wake of his respected father and his forefathers, King Mohammed VI consolidated and strengthened democracy at his parliamentary, institutional and social levels. He pauses, at least we can say that they are part of an insatiable desire to raise the matrix of a model that is both a hymn and an awakening, of an unprecedented era, incandescent by the light of a century. that Mohammed VI incarnates.

Join the happy dynamics of the royal order, fight cherubs and iconoclasts, and if necessary – a lily in one hand and a flag in the other – mobilize on the ground of confrontation, you have to go there. In the name of our country and our dignity. Instead of living in ostentatious helplessness to cope with crazy neighbors, we need to confront their accusations and restrain ourselves on priority issues, even if it means feeding ourselves with the most appropriate rhetoric, when our When it comes to protecting territorial integrity, our sovereignty and our national unity. Our monarchy, our foundation, our reason to live and our hope.

See also  Did Apple and Google definitely get rid of Palestine from Maps?

You May Also Like

About the Author: Hanley Mallin

Internet geek. Wannabe bacon enthusiast. Web trailblazer. Music maven. Entrepreneur. Pop culture fan.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.