Riad Dar Soufa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... to remember that just as many Jews from the Middle East and North Africa became refugees during the fights for the establishment of Israel as Arabs. The Jews were absorbed into the lands they went to (primarily Israel, France, Canada and America) but the Palestinian Arabs were forced to remain refugees with no rights to citizenship in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt and the Gulf States.
Today there are 1 million descendants of Moroccan Jews in the world and they ...
... a single unit of protest. As the group tightened and the voices heightened, the police force was building at the end of the street ahead of them.
I continued to photograph.
The officer came to the front of the crowd and spoke with the man leading the chants. Looking back on the whole situation, that must have been him giving them a last chance to move.
Still unsure as to what exactly was happening, I continued ...
... to hear or see, and then there are those that they don't.
Personally, I like the stories that say something real. Those that tell someone's story but also consummate to tell a larger story, to bring to something to light and life.
So, what's the true "american dream"? I'm still working on defining this.
I played soccer again this morning. There was a misty rain in the air and it mixed with the sand to create a paste that covered ...
... creates a sense of beauty within destruction. A sense of hope.
If I had to sum up Morocco in a word, I would first throw a fit, then say,
There is much to learn, and the more I learn the less I understand. The coming months are like the walls of the Medina de Rabat - intimidating, confusing, beautiful and above all, hopeful.
... winding dark streets of Rabat. Three knocks on a red door. We climbed through a raised doorway into one of the most enchanting romantic houses I have ever seen. We had a beautiful dinner in candlelight flickering upon the gold and blue tiles. Oh my was it beautiful. The resturant was called Dinarjat. Learning so much interesting history. Just love it. Attached are some highlights. ...