Rabat - In recent years, young Moroccan people from the diaspora, the second and third generations, have been involved in acts of violence and terrorism in Europe, leading several media to focus on this phenomenon in an attempt to understand why, even though Morocco is one of the few countries of the MENA region that enjoys lasting political stability referred to as  the “Moroccan exception,” exemplary religious tolerance and incredible hospitality and openness towards the other.

Jeune Afrique Rejects Criticism of Covering Linking Morocco with Terrorism, radicalization
Jeune Afrique magazine cover of August 27, 2017
Dr Mohamed Chtatou is a professor at the University of Mohammed V in Rabat.