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Turkey Denies Buying Kurdish Oil from the Islamic State

Rabat- Turkey’s Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Taner Yildiz has allegedly denied reports that accused Turkey of buying the smuggled Kurdish oil, from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), known also as ISIL. Less than two weeks ago, CNN reported that the ISIS smuggles the Kurdish oil from the marginal fields it controls in northern Iraq, and sells it in the black market in southern Turkey. ...

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British MP George Galloway Assaulted Over Israel Comments

Fez- George Galloway, a left-wing British MP known for his support for the Palestinians, was assaulted in a London street on Friday, according to AFP. According to the same source, Galloway sustained a suspected broken rib and bruising to his face in the attack which occurred on Friday evening as he posed for pictures with people in the Ladbroke Grove area. A man shouted a comment about the Holocaust and at ...

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ISIS Eliminates Music, History From Curriculum in Syrian Schools

Taroudant, Morocco- The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) on Thursday issued a circular to the schools under its control in Syria in which it ordered the exclusion from the educational curricula a number of subjects, namely music, history and Islamic education, according to the Turkish Anadoulu agency. The Islamic state also deleted and replaced a number of concepts that are not in line with its approa ...

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Mahmoud Abbas Thanks King Mohammed VI for His Support to Palestinian people

Ramallah (West Bank), Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas expressed, Thursday, his thanks to King Mohammed VI for his support to the Palestinian people. The Palestinian president has expressed his gratitude to the King "for all the support and solidarity that the Sovereign and the Moroccan people have shown for the Palestinian people," Secretary-General of Morocco's Party of Progress and Socialism (PPS), Mo ...

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Massive Massacre in Syria: ISIS Executes Over 250 Syrian Soldiers

Rabat - Amid continuing massacres, a new horrific video shows the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (ISIS) apparently executing over 250 Syrian army soldiers after stripping them on Thursday, at an air base in the northeast city of Raqqa. ISIS reportedly captured the Syrian soldiers after its Jihadists stormed the air base in the province of Raqqa, last Sunday. According to the Daily Mail, the ISIS-Jihadists ...

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Head of Govt. in Ankara for the Inauguration of Turkish President-Elect

Ankara - Morocco's Head of Government Abdelilah Benkirane arrived, on Wednesday, in Ankara to represent King Mohammed VI in the inauguration ceremony of Turkish president-elect Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In a statement to MAP upon his arrival at the Esbonga International Airport, Benkirane said that he is carrying a message from the King to the Turkish head of state. "king Mohammed VI  takes great interest in re ...

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Saudi Arabia: Moroccan Woman Flagellated Over Prostitution Charges

Rabat -A Moroccan woman has been sentenced to flogging and imprisonment after she has allegedly been caught by Saudi Arabian police while offering sex services for money. The court in the Province of Taif has reportedly sentenced the Moroccan woman, a current resident of Saudi Arabia, to four months in prison, flogging and a fine estimated at  SAR1000 ($267 U.S. ), as well as the seizure of her cell phone a ...

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Morocco commends ceasefire agreement between Palestinians and Israelis

Rabat  - Morocco commended the ceasefire agreement, concluded on August 26 between the Palestinian and Israeli parties which put an end to the sufferings of Gazans that lasted 51 days and caused a tragic, unprecedented humanitarian situation, said on Wednesday a statement by the ministry of foreign affairs. Morocco also insisted on the need to ensure that the agreement is durable, final and brings the neces ...

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Egypt’s Project To Sell Citizenship To Wealthy Arabs Stirs Controversy

Rabat - The Egyptian government is under fire for a new proposal to sell Egyptian citizenship to foreign investors at a price tag starting at $250,000. The proposal has stirred a controversy in Egypt as activists and several politicians labeled it a “humiliation to the country.” Amid Egypt's crisis-ridden economy, the Egyptian government has reportedly proposed a new “serious" project to raise revenue that ...

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Saudi Ministers, Civil Servants Banned from Marrying Foreign Women

Rabat -Saudi Arabia has reportedly passed a new law that bans Saudi Ministers from marrying non-Saudi Arabian women. The new law consisting of eleven articles has been issued recently by Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Interior. Under the first article of the new law, Saudi ministers, diplomats and members of the Shura Council, as well as senior officials, including officers and officials holding sensitive posts ...

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Moroccan ISIS-Jihadists Want to Return to Morocco

Rabat - The Moroccan jihadists who fight among the ranks of the Islamic State of Syria and Iraq (ISIS) have reportedly expressed their intention to come back to Morocco in case the Moroccan authorities promised not to detain them over terrorism charges.  Dozens of Moroccans who joined ISIS directly from Morocco have allegedly expressed their desire to return to their motherland. However, they raised fears o ...

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United Arab Emirates and Egypt Involved in Libya’s Capital Tripoli bombardments

Rabat - Four senior American officials reportedly said that United Arab Emirates was behind the unidentified war plane that bombarded the Libyan capital Tripoli on August 18, leaving five militants killed and several others injured. Egypt and United Arab Emirates allegedly teamed up to carry out an air attack against Islamist-allied militias that were on the verge of victory over anti-Islamist forces based ...

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