Imilchil collective weddings- A note on the Valentine day

By Dr Ikram Adnani- Research associate at the Arab center for scientific research and humane studies. On the Valentine day, Dr Adnani takes the readers on a journey to a traditional collective wedding celebration in Morocco featuring an Amazigh village, which has preserved an ancient custom. The Amazigh community of Morocco has also been very … Continue reading Imilchil collective weddings- A note on the Valentine day

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Turkey, a history of Military coups

By Kathya BERRADA  “He who starts up in anger, sits down with a loss”- Turkish Proverb- I discovered during my last visit to Turkey in December a completely divided and polarized society between opponents and proponents of president Erdogan. Numerous Turkish and international organizations denounce severe liberty and humane rights violations in Turkey following the … Continue reading Turkey, a history of Military coups

Beyond the veil, before and after Ibn Battuta

By Kathya BERRADA Research Associate at the Arab Center for scientific Research and humane studies- Ibn Battuta, the fourteenth century world traveler reported what he called a "remarkable thing". Astonished, he narrated that Turkish women did not veil themselves. Not only royal ladies but also wives of merchants and common people would sit in a … Continue reading Beyond the veil, before and after Ibn Battuta