The Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta will enormously organize the International Festival of Ibn Battuta on twelfth of November 2017 in Tangier City of Morocco under the subject: Travelers, The Ambassadors of Peace. Different collections of books will be displayed in Ibn Battuta Festival. It is managed by Mr. Mohamed Dekkak, these books were historical that are saved, and these will be displayed and showed to provide data to individuals regarding texts and its history.
The Festival is being organized for every single one of the People, regardless of whether you’re from Morocco or diverse nationalities. Mr. Mohamed Dekkak the individual, who enabled the Festival and the Honorary President of the Association, sees that this Festival will benefit everyone. In this Festival, everyone will have the ability to take in the History, Cultures, and customs of Ancient Morocco.
In this festival, historical books will be shown and sorted out especially which will appeal and will have their audience enthusiasm to be incited by it, through this, the collection of books will exhibit the importance of solidarity and how it propels peace and solidarity through these collections. Through this, they could take in additional about the historical background of Morocco through this exhibit. It will moreover entice the attendees as they ultimately passed on their message through its wide range of book collections.
It is a festival that was overseen and dealt with by the Honorary President of the Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta Mr. Mohamed Dekkak with different individuals in the organization. The celebration incorporates various individuals from different countries and furthermore known individuals from different nations including Morocco, through the event it shows how important solidarity is through tourism concerning peace and congruity.
Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta is an organization that focused on Ibn Battuta’s movement history. They’re the essential alliance who was enlivened and is focusing on the best traveler, Ibn Battuta’s perception. Ibn Battuta is a praised adventurer from Tangier city of Morocco, he has crossed from different countries and districts, through his voyaging being recorded by him, he could contribute extraordinarily on tourism.
To develop a relationship among every single one of the nations on the planet is one of the inspirations driving this celebration. This celebration resembles a way that helps every one of us to understand that there can be Peace regardless of where we originated from or distinctive races. Each nation has a spirited and surprising society yet there is more to find. This celebration is superior to the run of the mill framework to show up and treasure one’s way of life. It was a celebration flooding with enrapturing social and standard experience. This celebration had individuals from all around the globe. As shown by social specialists, such occasions are essential for moving connection between various individuals from different nations. It is essential to develop peace and tolerance among them. The clarification behind complimenting this sort of bliss is to help individuals from all parts of the world to take in the way of life of the advancement.
With thousands of international guests and through the leadership of Mohamed Dekkak, the Honorary Chairman of the Ibn Battuta Association expressed that the theme seeks to tackle how the culture of traveling can become a driver of PEACE. In view of the fact that traveling broadens an individual’s discovery and understanding of the world, the festival inspires travelers into playing the role as ambassadors of peace.
Andalusian and African music brought dynamics to the program which also featured a short fashion show. Some very important personalities who graced the event where Ana Fonseca General Director of International Organization for Migration, Mustapha Oudadess Secretary General of Tangier-Tetouan-El Hociema Region, Yosr Tazi, Chairman of Abdelhadi Tazi Foundation, Samuel Benolol, Member of Israelites Community in Tangier, Leon Parienti, President and Co-Founder of Horyou Foundation, Ana Fonseca General Director of International Organization for Migration, Awad Mohammad Sheikh Mujrin Chairman of Dubai Travelers and Hassan Baraka, the first Moroccan swimmer to have reached 5 continents through sports competitions.
Mohamed VI Museum held a conference entitled “L’eau et l’homme paix et coexistence” with invited speakers Jaafar Kanssousi, Khalid Rami, Khalid Rfifi, Tugba Evrim Maden and Jalila El Ofir tackling peace and coexistence between man and water.
Another conference held by the Anouar group discusses “The legacy of Ibn Battuta.” Keynote speakers include Mohamed Ait Laamim, Abdullah Alaoui, Mustapha Lamhaddar, Jaafar Kanssousi, Muhammad Al-Boughali, Mohammed Abdullah Boodai, and Michlah Abderrahmane.
Another interesting conference held at the University of New England entitled “Self-discovery through travel” introduced speakers like Ahmed EL Shehawy, Zouheir Houmane, Anthony David, Noufissa Benjeloun, Aouatif Khelloqi and Bouchra Baibanou
After the success of this travel and cultural festival, the association believes that the event has been an excellent opportunity in showing the world of the incredible journey of Ibn Battuta. His outstanding character can inspire the present generation to travel responsibly, putting to heart the value of cultural respect and understanding.
The 4-day event, which ran from November 9 -11, 2017, was proudly put together by young volunteers from around the world. Students and young professionals were encouraged to participate and take part in organizing the festival that speaks out in favor of peace and tolerance. (more…)
The Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta led by Mohamed Dekkak, Honorary President has organized the second edition of the International Festival of Ibn Battuta entitled “Travelers, the Ambassadors of Peace.”
The 4-day event, which runs from November 9 -11, 2017, was proudly put together by young volunteers from around the world. Students and young professionals were encouraged to participate and take part in organizing the festival that speaks out in favor of peace and tolerance. (more…)
In the video, volunteer Imran Maqbool from Pakistan shares his experience working with fellow volunteers for the Second edition of the International Festival of Ibn Battuta.
It was Imran’s first travel to the Kingdom of Morocco and has stayed for approximately three weeks in the city of Tangier. He was amazed by the beauty of the country – the Moroccan cuisine, chilly weather, and to the kind locals. He was thankful to belong to this community of volunteers who welcomed him and treated him like family. (more…)
The Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta and its Honorary President Mr. Mohamed Dekkak effectively made the Event extremely essential. It’s all on account of their unswerving commitment and endeavors, Mr. Mohamed Dekkak and his group arranged it precisely, they are incredibly excited in doing the Festival, as they wanted to move and help other individuals.