Rabat - When Moroccan sociologist Abdelkebir Khatibi wrote his sociological essay, “Maghreb Pluriel” (Plural Maghreb) in 1983, he sought to put forth a vision of a society built on the notion of multiplicity and “hybridity.” For Khatibi, Morocco and Moroccanness cannot be explored or conceived in fixated and monolithic terms.

Reflecting on the Amazigh Cultural Trinity