I know there are people on here that think Nicole never went to Morocco last March. I 100% believe that she went. It is mind blowing that she flew the 3rd week of March after it was already a Pandemic and most travelers were scrambling to get home. What I can't get passed is that her daughter May has been without her mother for 5 MONTHS. I know people will comment that May is better off with her grandmother and step grandfather. However Nicole is her mom and the impact of this is huge. I suspect that May will harbor abandonment issues. I also suspect that May will harbor issues around men as Nicole has instilled that chasing a man is the most important thing in the world.
We still, in current times, call every non Berber person as "Romans".
Guys I know you've been giving Nicole a lot of crap for not leaving Morocco and I probably get downvoted into oblivion for posting this but I just feel like I have to say, leaving Morocco at the moment is not that easy!
I used to live in Morocco and I still have friends and family there and I'm in groups with foreigners who live there or are there a lot and everyone is panicking. Now these are all people who are used to travel, have been in morocco countless times or even live there, have friends and family there and these people don't even know what to do. Let's keep in mind, this is Nicole's first trip to Morocco without TLC arranging the whole thing and I'm going to make an educated guess and say its the first time she ever traveled internationally alone. Now I dont know what the situation is with her and Azan, I personally believe she is staying with his family who dont speak English and I dont know if she is on speaking terms with Azan (I'm guessing not). So she doesnt have any s... keep reading on reddit ➡
Curious to knowing your views.
Hello everybody, i just wanted to vent a little bit, I'm quiet new in Reddit.
I was born in Morocco, but my parents are europeans. They didn't had anything at home and they just fell in love with Morocco, with no money or family to back them up. I grew up and spent my whole life in the country and even went through the public Moroccan educational system and university. My family was quiet humble, we didn't had much money, I lived like a normal middle class Moroccan child, quiet chaabi for what moroccans tend to believe europeans in Morocco are. I do look what here in Morocco people think of europeans, blond and blue eyes.
But all my life I've been treated differently, never treated as a normal Moroccan. Sometimes positively and sometimes negatively because of my origins. The big issue was that my family were atheist, including me. Once I reached adulthood the state offered me a 20 years residency, not the nationality. Back then I was trying hard to be Moroccan. I guess I was tryin... keep reading on reddit ➡
I live in Spain. I've been planning to move out of here. The main reason it's that unemployment is too high between the youth and the wages too low. And around the area were I live it's too difficult finding a job being a Moroccan because people are pretty racist here. Finding a job that pays minimum salary can take up to 4/5 months. And I've seen tons of people with university degrees working level entry jobs. I think life here is too stressful and miserable. And even if you work full time you can't afford to live by yourself.
I was thinking to move back to Morocco for a year. My parents have a house there in a big city. I only have my bac, I think it's called. Is there a realistic chance for me to find a job speaking Spanish, French and English? I only know how to speak tamazight. Before covid19 my parents gave me the idea of going to Morocco to study Arabic because I've always wanted to learn. But now they're against the idea because it's unsafe. But I still want to move. I'm very... keep reading on reddit ➡
Don't you use the word "rumi" or "rumiya" for example a chicken. "3tili jaja rumiya" it's translated to "give me a Roman chicken". We have many many fun facts like this in Moroccan darija and in our country and general and we don't even know!
Edit: also a "coat" I call it "cabut" I think many of you too, and It comes from Italian "capotto" even knowing that Italians never invaded Morocco.
>A new report shows how King Hassan II's youngest son, Prince Adil, sought to be recognized by the Spanish royal family in his bid to become King of Spain.
Holmes, Joseph H. "The Middle Ages," A History of Europe in its relations with Mohammedan and Christian Europe, from the Migration of the Franks to the Conquest of America, 1648-1698, Vol. I, Part I: From the Migration of the Franks to the Conquest of America, 1648-1648. (New York: Penguin, 2002), 713.
Personally i think that our country will benifit a lot if hashish was legal. It's billions of dollars that can really help develop cities in that region. Plus people in the north can now legally work in this business maybe even have health insurance, retirement... And it would be easier to control and restrict minors. I would love to hear your opinion avout this.
I'm planning to start a youtube channel with a handful of skilled friends, it will be similar to the school of life, we will simplify philosophical and artistic concepts in Moroccan dialect but most of us think that it will be a waste of time and effort and we won't get an audience, what do you guys think about the idea?
I’d like to start by saying I’m all for supporting Lebanon, I myself donated to the red cross and encouraged my partner to do so. However, how is Morocco able to donate tons of aids, while all we hear from the government is we are in a crisis, we’re in debt, funds are empty .. 11 tons of Covid19 medical equipments, but the health ministry decided Moroccan patients will be treated in their homes since we’re short of beds and equipments? Isn’t this mind blowing ?
Tinder is bullshit in morocco.
The title says it all, using tinder in morocco is pure cringe. It’s either people not knowing the concept of the app and are using it to find friends or a soulmate, or fatifleurat not posting their real pictures but instead putting something stupid as a horse or even a goddamn flower, or even worse.. the gay dudes marking their sex as female and shoving themselves up in a heterosexual hookup when in fact they have apps dedicated to LGBT people only like grindr ( not that i am a homophobic person but like damn you have your spot and i have my own ) or even worse : you’re getting matched with a female only to not get a reply.
Edit : snowflakes are invading this thread
I have a tattoo on my back. It's very similar to the tattoos my grandma had on her face. Like the typical amazigh tattoos. My parents don't know about this and would probably be very disappointed if they find out. But what's the general opinion in Morocco? Like when they see young people with tattoos (I'm a girl, not sure if this makes a difference). They don't care, it's something negative...? I'm really curious to see what type of reactions I would get there.
I was perusing my tea selection and happened upon Moroccan mint tea and whenever I come across this bag it makes me think of Nicole so I figured I'd pop in and see if anyone knew is she managed to get out of Morocco. I think her flight was scheduled for 8/5.
I've gotta make this longer so I usually just rant about what a douche canoe Jesse is. I can't stand him. Last I saw he was traveling about Europe without a mask or social distancing. I realize that economies need tourism right now (I'm going on vacation in 2 weeks but being very careful) but wear a god damned mask and keep your distance from people.
Why the fuck is LIbby eating chicken jello?
I've heard that 1 in 4 moroccans want to move out. And in almost all questions people mention his bad Morocco is to live. So I would like to know what's wrong with Morocco because I've lived my whole live abroad and I'm curious.
Edit: I'm interested in knowing the opinions of people who actually live in Morocco
I left to the US at the age of 19 because I could not see myself living in Morocco while being gay. I feel more like an exile than an immigrant here in America... It’s been 7 years now and I still miss Morocco dearly.
Hi guys, a friend of mine is planning to move out to another country and leave morocco permarently, he is planning to sell his house and belongings, the issue is how can he transfer that money outside of Morocco or is that not possible? If not possible then how people do that when they leave the country for good? Any help is much appreciated.
I am Moroccan but born and raised in Canada, I am coming close to my mid 20s and I realised how little I know about Morocco. Wanted to visit this summer after a long 14 years but obviously wasn’t able to.
I figure I could use this subreddit to ask some of my questions.
I was wondering why Moroccans/Algerians were usually raised/brought up less religiously than other ethnicities in the West. Out of the 30-40 Moroccans /Algerians that I knew, only one of them use to pray and eat halal. Today, most of them, if not all, do pray and eat halal. Seems like every north African (that is born here) now a day that I meet has somehow close to the same journey.
Everybody got back to their religion through different reasons, but our parents were usually not one of them.
It’s seems to be less the case from the other Muslims that I know (Pakistani, Indonesian, Somali, Palestinian etc.) that have always practiced their religion.
What are the reasons that could explain that?
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(sorry if there was any mistakes)i've noticed lately that the Moroccan rap popularity is increasing exponantialy,so i want to know ur thoughts about that and also if there is a possbility that the industry grows much bigger to the point where it becomes international, thank you in advance .
I want to order few books here in Morocco, but I have no idea where to buy them from (I know I can do it directly from amazon but the shipping cost is to high). Any suggestions ?
Im a diaspora thats inshallah moving back to morocco one day, but obviously id need a job there. And I am thinking of studying of computer science because its a growing industry with decent pay and room to grow and earn more, but since morocco is not the most developed country out there. I was wondering if there is a lively IT industry in morocco and does it pay enough to live normally? Ive checked job search websites and well there is jobs but the pay isnt great for what I know and they all seem to be located in big cities like casablance, im personally from Nador and ive found nothing there :(