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The late King Hassan II actively used religious symbols, to shape himself into the ultimate father figure in the country and outflank his Islamist opposition. Morocco kept relatively free of the fundamentalist problems that have plagued its neighbors. It remains to be seen if the young King...
King Hassan II of Morocco died Friday [July 3, 1999] after a brief hospitalization following respiratory problems, palace officials announced. His eldest son, Sidi Mohammad, will succeed him on the throne.
’When I ascended the throne, people said I would not last more than six months’ King Hassan of Morocco, who marked his 70th birthday with official ceremonies on July 10, has survived military coups, leftist plots and opposition from Islamic activists during more than 38 years on the throne of one...
A dozen Moroccan and Algerian Muslim fundamentalist prisoners called on May 27 on the Socialist-led government of Morocco for an amnesty. Among them are three members of Algeria’s banned Islamic Salvation Front (FIS), spending up to 14 years in jail for their involvement in arms trafficking to...
An interview with Dr. Mohammed Farouk Al-Nabhan, director of the Hassania School for Tradition.

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