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COP22 : Interview with Mr. Abdellah Boussouf

Tuesday, 08 November 2016 13:20

Many questions come to mind regarding the correlation between climate change, migration and the Moroccan community abroad. In light of the waves of migration, what could be the link between COP22 and migratory matters?

M. Boussouf : As the organizer of the COP22, Morocco claims to be at the same level as other countries, which have the capability to host large-scale events and naturally contribute to resolving international issues. The mission of our nation during this COP will mainly be of executive nature as this conference was preceded by the COP21 during which all parties committed to adhere a process designed to protect the environment and to mitigate climate change impacts.

Consequently, the Kingdom’s mission during this summit is to define the execution mechanisms to take up the climate challenge. His Majesty wants to position this event as an African summit. Indeed, Africa is the continent most impacted by global warming and these effects will determine its future.

Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the Council for the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME), granted an interview to the Spanish daily newspaper El Pais on November 18th, 2015.

Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the Council for the Moroccan Community Abroad (CCME), granted an interview to the Spanish daily newspaper El Pais on November 18th, 2015.

Italy has finally adopted the law on citizenship after years of harsh political debates between the right and the left wing.

An important step for the Moroccan community in Italy  because this law will make the integration of moroccans in the  Italian society mush easier. In the following interview, Mr. Khalid Chaouki, Italian MP of Moroccan origin and coordinator of the group "immigration" in the Italian Parliament, explains the impact of the adoption of this law on the Moroccan community in Italy.

At a time when a growing number of French nationals join the lands of jihad, the Islamic scholar Rachid Benzine goes back to the social roots of the phenomenon. And the dangers of the current radical Salafism.

Karima Moual: Minister, never as in recent years the southern shore of the Mediterranean has been as fundamental. Stability - not only in terms of security but also the economic – is deeply tied to ours;That of Italy first, and Europe in general. How to respond to this new challenge?

Her son was killed in 2012 by the jihadist Mohamed Merah in France. Latifa Ibn Ziaten goes to preach the Islam of tolerance in the abandoned suburbs of the French Republic. Interview.

"Islam is going through a great tragedy"

Thursday, 15 January 2015 10:46

Rachid Benzine is now part of the new thinkers of Islam, on which he has written a book. The French Moroccan philosopher, author of "The Qur'an explained to the youth" (Seuil, 2013), advocates a critical work on Islam, historical in particular. A way to avoid religious texts being established as an absolute truth.

Interview with Fouad Ahidar, Senior Vice President of the Brussels Parliament.

In an interview with Hespress, The general consul of Morocco in New York, Mohamed Ben Abdeljalil, talked about the efforts of the embassy to serve Moroccan immigrants in forty eight American states, along with the cities entrusted to the Consulate of Washington.

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