Casablanca - Since 2011, the bulk of countries in the Middle East and North Africa have turned into touch-in-go areas. Although radiations of instability reached the kingdom at a certain point of time, Morocco managed to stay balanced on a thin rope. People from all corners of the world are now wondering whether Morocco is to be considered the safest country in North Africa and the Middle East so far. It was an exception to the upheaval, but could it be an exception to the plague of intolerance and anti-change?

Youssef Sourgo is currently a Master’s student in Linguistic and Literary studies at Ain Chok Faculty of Letters and Humanities.