A Child’s Call for Sponsorship
Khadija Janane, a young girl from Morocco, extends her gratitude to the leaders of Anouar Association for Development and Solidarity in Ait Faska for providing financial support to cover for her medical operation. Khadija, who lost her capacity to hear has undergone a cochlear implant.
Khadija’s life has changed dramatically and is happy to share the news that she is now one of the top students in her area. There are many children like Khadija who are suffering with loss of hearing and there are many who, like her, deserves our attention and support. Let us give them that chance.
Show God’s love to a child in need
Khadija is knocking at your good hearts to help her fellow kids to also be treated for their hearing loss.
There are currently three other young deserving kids, Siham Ijiji 6, Ayoub Emmadi 10, Amina Essaih 18, who are waiting to receive the same form of blessing through the help of Anouar Association. But the full cost of cochlear implant is expensive considering the surgery and post operation fees, hence, we need your monetary assistance.
How Cochlear Implant works?
The Cochlear Implant is an electronic medical device that replaces the function of the damaged inner ear, designed to restore hearing to individuals with severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss. Unlike hearing aids, which make sounds louder, cochlear implants do the work of damaged parts of the inner ear (cochlea) to provide sound signals to the brain.
The cochlea is the part of the inner ear that converts sound waves into nerve signals which the brain processes as hearing. The cochlea is lined with thousands of sensory cells, known as hair cells which detect sound waves and send sound information as nerve signals through the auditory nerve of the brain. For individuals with severe-to-profound sensorineural hearing loss, most of these hair cells do not function normally and are not able to send these nerve signals properly. A cochlear implant system bypasses these non-functioning hair cells by using electrical pulses to send sound signals directly to the auditory nerve.
For direct financial aid, please visit Anouar Association’s official website for more information on how you can help.
Hard to believe that the year ended already, right? And the beginning of the year says a whole new opportunity to make New Year’s resolutions and change our life for the better.
When we take New Year’s resolutions, we often focus on external goals, such as losing weight or saving money. But this year, let’s think of embarking on a different path by focusing instead on resolutions related to the state of mind.
The New Year is perfect for a new and positive start and should include the creation of a positive state of mind and the acquisition of new habits, such as taking care of oneself.
I prefer to use positive affirmative resolutions like” I’m going to treat my body with the respect it deserves “or” I’m going to eat healthy, nutritious food “as opposed to” I’m not going to eat sweets “Or” I will not give up my exercise program. “You deserve positive thoughts, including healthy, encouraging and happiness-friendly resolutions.
But this year I decided to make a powerful resolution that also revolves around the state of mind and can benefit everyone which is to be more positive in any possible way.
The good resolutions are not that at the 1st of the year we take them, it is when we consider that it is necessary.
- Take life in hand
To take back your life is to admit the necessity that something must be changed to lead the life that resembles us, that is in harmony with what we are. Sometimes, automatisms are so installed in our heads that they prevent us from taking a fresh look at things. It is then difficult to move them. When we understand that there is a problem and that we are aware of the obstacles to overcome, we are on the right track to resume our lives.
But how? We can start by reading inspiring books, such as self-help books, taking examples from models and questioning them. Resuming your life requires you to dissect, to identify who you really are and to distinguish it from what has been imposed, instilled, what is the “norm”.
- Learn from mistakes
We all make mistakes, and that’s what should move us forward. Do not complain about past mistakes, about what you should have done or not done. It’s done, we can not do it again, but we can learn from it. Tell yourself first that we can not always succeed, that even the greatest have failed. Then take the time to think about what happened: why this error/failure? What happened? Do you need to review your goals down? Do not hesitate to take advice from others or to ask them their point of view, to have an outside view of the situation. Perhaps your experience has already been experienced by someone else who can provide you with answers or solutions.
Surround yourself with positive people and laugh with them. Go see humor shows, watch funny movies, read. In short, put humor in your life. Practice self-deprecating without devaluing yourself. Laugh with your mistakes or your faults, look for a humorous angle to stressful or embarrassing situations, in order to relativize, everything is not so serious.
- Stop complaining
To stop complaining is, first of all, to learn to say no, because when you complain, it is often because you have accepted things you did not want. Either you have control over things and it’s up to you to say yes or no, or you have no control and there is no point in complaining because it will not make things happen. If you complain all the time, it is necessary to undertake work on yourself to change things. It’s not nice for you or for others. You can do this again to the books of personal development, but also to yoga, meditation, sophrology or even therapy.
- Spot small pleasures
Spot what is positive throughout the day. You can, for example, write down all the positive things in your day, or do it all day long. Also try to turn what you perceive as negative, positive. For example, you had a heated debate with your close friend, it made you feel bad. Yes, but this discussion was necessary to unlock some issues and at least things are said. Also learn to spot all that is positive in the world around you and put them forward: a smile, an interesting discussion, the sound of the waves, a compliment, the laughter of a child, the beauty of a landscape.
- Choose kindness
More and more studies show that people who regularly show kindness experience less chronic pain, stress, and insomnia and are happier, optimistic and confident. Kindness has also been associated with heart benefits and slower aging. In addition, it improves our interpersonal relationships and reduces social anxiety. In the field of business, a work environment where kindness is needed helps employees feel more engaged, improves morale, increases loyalty, reduces absenteeism and increases profits. But “being kinder” is a pretty vague resolution. So, it is best to proceed in stages.
Instead of declaring that you are going to be the good Samaritan, start by deciding to be nicer, in the order of five percent. Every morning, think of situations where your kindness could have an impact and remember to pause before reacting. This break allows us to give the benefit of the doubt and to assume that people have good intentions rather than being offended or hurriedly judging others. Once you think you can master this five percent, you can add five percent more and then five percent more. In a short time, kindness will become your basic parameter.\
The goal is to make your resolution part of your life. So, make the appropriate gestures over time and adapt them with enthusiasm. Do not hurry to get a result and do not expect to be successful overnight. Focus on the person you want to become, and for me and most of all a more positive person in every way I can.
The Kingdom of Morocco is among the last nations in the Arab-Muslim world with Jewish society. Acquired by the changes that shook the Iberian Peninsula in the Middle Ages, and the biggest community of Jews in the Maghreb, the last endured the reaction of the Israeli-Palestinian clash yet at the same time is still present up to this day.
As per Mohammed Kenbib, a history specialist of Moroccan Judaism, it might be that the primary Jews have landed in Morocco in the fifth century BC., after the crash of the primary Temple of Jerusalem. Found on the old site of Volubilis, a prehistoric Berber city, at that point Romanized in the present area of Fez-Meknes, engravings in Greek and Hebrew on funerary steles that refer to Jewish merchants. Correspondingly, as per the well-known student of history Ibn Khaldun, numerous Berber clans exercised a cult near Judaism, Karaism. Morocco under Vandal then Byzantine influence rapidly turned into a place of Asylum for Jews mistreated by the Visigoths in Spain.
With the victory of Muslim, the Jewish people acquired the status of dhimmi, non-Muslim residents safeguarded by Islamic law in return for a tax duty, and attempted unsuccessfully to avoid interior fights among Berbers and Arabs to push transformations managed by the Almohads, the tradition of Berber source that overwhelmed the Maghreb and al-Andalus between the mid-twelfth century and the thirteenth century. The heaviness of the Jews of Maghrib al-Aqsain the specialties and trade was then fortified with the entry of new co-religionists after 1391 and the taking of Seville by the Catholic Kings, and additionally after 1492 and the declaration of the Alhambra decree formalizing the removal of Jews from Spain. Specifically, miscegenation among newcomers and Jewish dhimmis dwelling in significant Moroccan urban areas, Tangiers, Tetouan, Fez, Meknes, has brought about specific the production of Arab-Andalusian music – where does the chaâbii originate from? Moroccan, an exceptionally well known melodic classification in Morocco and Algeria. The Moroccan Jewish people prospered, safeguarded by the Alawite administration, which did not falter to ensure it against the counter Jewish laws of Vichy amid the Second World War. Morocco had 250,000 Jews in 1945.
The call of Israel
In the latter part of the nineteenth century, a few Jewish families had chosen to migrate to French Algeria, Israel, or South America. Others had come nearer to the French of the admin of the Protectorate, without acquiring the French nationality, the Cremieux pronouncement of 1870 applying just in French Algeria. As right on time as 1948, individuals from the Jewish Agency would have moved to Morocco with the end goal to persuade the Jewish populace to populate the new State of Israel. The procedure quickened with the conclusion of the Protectorate over Morocco in 1956 and the Six-Day War in 1967, yet particularly with the Yom Kippur War in 1973, a war in which Morocco partook close by the unified Arab powers. 80,000 Moroccan Jews were therefore consulted to enable the kingdom to release them without restraint to Israel. Past this configuration reminiscent of the “purchase backs” of Hungarian Jews (in 1944, Rudolf Kastner arranged the safeguard of 1,684 Hungarian Jews, cleared to Switzerland for installment), this disclosure says a considerable measure in regards to the participation that has connected the Morocco to Israel for a long time, particularly in the intelligence field.
The Moroccan Jewish society is in this way an important aspect of the nation’s character it has supported to shape and enhance. Be that as it may, if the political notions have driven most of the Moroccan Jews, their social legacy continues and mirrors the quality of the Jewish community’s heritage.
A strong and varied cultural heritage
Without a doubt, the traditional, structural and social legacy of Moroccan Judaism did not have to put off until the twentieth or the 21st century to be acknowledged at its actual esteem. As the presentation Jews in Orientalism at the Museum of Art and History of Judaism in Paris in 2012 appeared, they have interested altogether different specialists, such as Delacroix and his artistic creation. Jewish wedding of 1841, of Gérôme and his bronze Marie-Madeleine in a Jewish wedding dress, or Jean Lecomte of Nouÿ and Alfred Dehodencq.
Today, the existence of the Jewish society is as yet noticeable through the mellahs, some road names in Rabat or Casablanca. This legacy, which depends on painstaking work – candleholder, lamp and apparel such as caftans which is likewise featured since 1977 at the Museum of Moroccan Judaism in Casablanca, the main Jewish historical center in the Arab world. Thus, numerous gatherings on this topic are being carried out overseas as in Paris, where an occasion on Moroccan Judaism was held at the Institute of the Arab World on November 23, 2013, within the attendance of numerous authorities of the subject, such as Professor Kenbib. Also, toward the latter part of March 2014, a fortnight of Moroccan Judaism was prepared, punctuated by displays, discussions, and shows of Arab-Andalusian music.
The topic is likewise a vein for the travel industry in Morocco, which was connected as ahead of schedule as the 1980s to oblige Jewish voyagers in the best conditions: we can in reality spot in Morocco numerous tombs of rabbis, holy sites of memory for some Sephardim, Jews of the North African root. The hiloula, a journey of the Moroccan Jewish diaspora paying tribute to the 1,200 heavenly rabbis, unites over 5,000 individuals every year. The pilgrims go to Ouezzane to the Amrane Ben Diouane sanctuary, named after one of the most respected rabbis in the country, who passed away in the eighteenth century.
The ongoing uncertainty in Tunisia, where there are likewise numerous spots of the journey, has as of late supported the decision of Morocco as a position of contemplation. Hassan II, ruler of Morocco from 1961 to 1999, had additionally comprehended the importance of this Judeo-Moroccan the travel industry, referring during the 1980s his “brothers” to come back to visit their country. It is maybe in this point of view that in 1993, Serge Berdugo, General Secretary of the Council of the Jewish Community of Morocco, was delegated Minister of Tourism of the Kingdom, without having a specific involvement in this field. In any case, while other Arab nations solidified the terms of access to their region for Israelis, Morocco has seen an expansion in the quantity of arranged trips joining pilgrimage and common the travel industry. The graves of thesetsadiqqim, blessed rabbis, some of whom are imparted to Muslims, subsequently remain a solid connection between the Moroccan Jewish diaspora and his nation of inception.
Even though they could experience the Aliyah of their kindred Jews, a Hebrew expression alluding to the arrival to Israel of any individual of Jewish confession, Moroccans of Jewish religion that remains in the nation are characterized by their own individuality acquired from their history to maintain peace and tolerance. For most, unresponsive to the alarms of Israel, they feel associated with the holy place that is known for their precursors and doesn’t wish to leave, regardless of the unsure circumstance they are at present encountering.
Equal rights are a reality for the Jewish society, who has a powerful guide to the King, André Azoulay, and a making a trip minister to the King, Serge Berdugo, since 2006. In a nation where the government is almighty, it is a gift. An activity to remake Jewish synagogues and burial grounds was propelled in March 2015 by the lord, with the end goal to restore the 22 synagogues in Casablanca and its antiquated medina, the noteworthy and prominent region of each Moroccan city. So also, a Moroccan Observatory for the Fight against Antisemitism was made by individuals from common society, particularly of Berber beginning.
In Morocco, the destiny of religious minorities, particularly Jews, is firmly connected to the government that has settled on the decision of resilience, particularly to demonstrate the significance of multiculturalism. In this regard, obviously, the kingdom is isolated from different nations of the Arab world. In any case, between issued on apprehensions about Christian immigrants settling in Morocco, we should qualify this ideal picture, particularly as community pressure and numerous media to impact every practice of religion.
The influence of Moroccan diaspora
The community of Judeo-Moroccan is an identity that brings together “Judaism” and “Moroccanity” from over a million individuals around the globe. It is fascinating to take note of that any accomplishment of a man of Moroccan beginning, regardless of whether Muslim or Jewish, is welcomed with excitement by the Moroccan press which rushes to give him Moroccan nationality. Therefore, Gadi Eizenkot being appointed as IDF Chief of Staff in February 2015 was extremely generally welcomed. In the point of view of a potential vanishing of the Moroccan Jewish community, the diaspora could in this manner be the main beneficiary to the Judeo-Moroccan cultures and traditions, and additionally the gatekeeper of the consecrated spots. Accordingly, the connection with Morocco will never truly be broken, particularly if this legacy is passed on to who and what is to come. The main signs are empowering, the diaspora taking its duties by taking an interest in the fix of burial grounds and tombs of holy people.
The Moroccan Jewish community has for quite a while left its mark on its nation of beginning by its rich culture, its way of life, and as by a tranquil, lasting and remarkable living together. On the off chance that today many are gone, a minority stays connected to the place where there is his forefathers and stays devoted to the Alawite government. In spite of being a Sunni Muslim state, the Kingdom of Morocco has gone to great lengths to protect and support its Jewish community.
Mohamed Dekkak travels to Puerto Banús, Marbella
Jaime de Mora and Aragón
Born in Madrid in 1925, died in Marbella on July 27, 1995, this film actor belonged to a large Spanish family. One of her sisters is none other than Queen Fabiola of the Belgians.
Jaime de Mora and Aragón, Spanish aristocrat. He was one of the sons and daughters of the Marquis of Casa Riera, and of Blanca of Aragon and Carrillo de Albornoz, Barroeta-Aldamar y Elío. Brother of Queen Fabiola of Belgium, he led a bohemian lifestyle, devoted himself to nightly shows, founded a theater company and participated in several minor films. Installed in Marbella since 1964, he became a figure of the jet set on the Costa del Sol.
He studied baccalaureate in the German school, in Madrid, and in several schools in England, Switzerland, and France, where his family went into exile in 1931, with the arrival of the Republic, to return to Spain in 1940. He also studied in Princeton (United States). Unidos) and mercantile expertise in Alicante, and spent five years in law school, which did not finish.
His noble ancestry and his kinship with the Belgian court helped to open the environments of European high society, although there was a country that could not return, Italy, which was sentenced in October 1965 to one year and six months in prison for a fraud offense of 30 million lire.
Jaime de Mora tried, with varying success, the adventure of cinema, theater, and showman. With itself or led by his company, released and walk around Spain comedies Decent people scare me Emilio Romero and directed by Adolfo Marsillach, and psychoanalysis himself al isis a wedding (1965), Vizcaino Casas, directed by Angel Martinez.
He appears in the film The Folly of Greatness (1971), with Louis de Funès, Yves Montand and Alice Sapritch, in a role he knows: that of a great of Spain, the Marquis de Priego.
He chained several modest jobs before meeting a few roles in theater and cinema. He played in several Spanish films, and in a British film, Nicholas and Alexandra(1971), history of Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra.
This socialite with the original character, loving eccentric outfits, married in 1958 with a Mexican actress and in 1962 with Margit Ohlsen, a former Swedish model, was without descendants.
He contributed, along with the Prince of Hohenlohe, to make Marbella one of the most famous resorts in the world. An avenue and a statue perpetuate his memory.
He owned several nightclubs, which he himself encouraged by singing on the piano. Although he did not possess any noble title, from 1980 he began to request the rehabilitation of several titles: Duke of Vitonto, with the greatness of Spain, Marquis of Preux, Baron de Oticoren, Marquis of the Valley of Oaxaca and Marquis of Tabuerniga. He has authored an autobiographical book entitled Yo(1966), which he wrote during a retreat in a French castle.
In 1958 he married the Mexican actress Rosita Arena, a union that lasted only two months. Then, in 1962, he married again with the Swedish model Margit Ohlson, from whom she has separated on three occasions and with which she finally married a Catholic on March 18, 1978, in Madrid-
A self-confessed horse aficionado, Mohamed Dekkak visits a Moroccan property raising a Barb horse, a desert horse known for its great stamina.
Although not that much is known to the general public, there’s a strong influence that Barb holds upon other breeds of the horse as the Arabian.
Similar to Arabian Horse, the Barb Horse possibly had a strong influence on racing equestrian breeds. Many considered the Barb breed have more influence on racing horses compared to any other horse breed. Its influence can well be observed in a number of other equine breeds, like the Appaloosa, the Mustang, the American Quarter Horse, the Paso Fino, and the Argentinian Criollo.
In the 14th century, the Barb breed turn out to be highly valued across Europe wherein rich families own large racing stables. In England, the barb horse was used to develop other breeds like Thoroughbred for horse racing.
These days, the Barb Horse is largely raised in Morocco, Algeria, southern France, and Spain. Other varieties of the Barb Horse, includes the Tunisian Barb, Moroccan Barb, and Algerian Barb and Abaco Barb.
Due to Barb Horse’s willing personality, the breed may be used for many different functions. As a matter of fact, aside from equestrian sports competitions, these breeds of horses have been effectively used to work both in agriculture and the military. They are also great horses for conventional horse riding, and they can even be used in.
Barb horses are amazing to work with since they have a willingness to learn, making it easy to train them. Most importantly, these horses are gentle in nature which makes them a wonderful equestrian companion for riders, horse owners, and trainers of all levels.