Abdallah Zbir, Author at Morocco World News
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Abdallah Zbir

Abdallah Zbir
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Abdallah Zbir holds a Teacher Diploma in Arabic Language and Literature from Teachers Training Center. Kenitra, Morocco in 1996, a Bachelor of Art in English Language and Literature from University of Ibn Tofail. Kenitra, Morocco in 2004, a Master of Art in Education Administration and Supervision from University of Phoenix. Arizona, The United States of America in 2012 and Teaching English as Foreign Language Certificate from Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada in April 2013. Abdalllah Zbir has more than 10 years of experience in teaching in Moroccan public schools and more than 4 years of experience in teaching and administrative work in Al-hadi School of Accelerative Learning in Houston, Texas. Abdallah Zbir has been working with Morocco World News since September, 2012.

Is the Quran a Book of Science?

The Quran, Koran
Chicago - Whether the Quran — the Muslim holy book made known to humans via the prophet Muhammed over the course of approximately 23 years...

Noureddine Ayoush, Please Stop the Nonsense

Noureddine Ayoush
Chicago - Now that the debate on Moroccan academics is primarily centered around the English language, the following should be forthrightly said: it is...

Kenitra: The City Where Birds Stay

Kenitra; transliterated Q'nitra, refers to a little bridge.
Chicago - Kenitra is the place I love most! Should I have a reason? I guess yes! To fully celebrate the soul thirsty of...

Donald Trump: the American Nightmare that Comes True 

Donald Trump
Kenitra - On November 8, 2016, Americans casted their votes and put an end to a long and furious contest in one of the...

Morocco Schools’ Predicament: Who is to Blame?

Morocco's education System
Chicago - It was a warm and windy morning in the middle of September, 1982. I can't recall that much of the details except how...

Fantasia in Morocco:  Not-to-Miss Celebration of History

Chicago - Fantasia, or Lab el Baroud, is a cultural practice usually featuring local cultural festivals and national celebrations. This is the simplest idea that...

Morocco Elections: Islamists beat Liberals in a Populistic War

Morocco Votes 2016
Chicago - "One of the reasons people hate politics is that truth is rarely a politician's objective." Are these word of Cal Thomas too judgmental...

Moroccan Parliamentary Elections at a Crossroads

Morocco Votes 2016
Kenitra - The 16 million Moroccans who have registered to vote are electing the 395-member Chamber of Representatives in 95 electoral districts, with the...

Algeria: Morocco’s Last Enemy

Moroccan Algerian Borders
Kenitra - Throughout history, Western Sahara has always been the strategic depth of Moroccan geography. It has been as much a part of Morocco...

Moroccan Schools: No Child Should Be Left on the Bench

moroccan school
Kenitra - In his book The Lords of Discipline, Pat Conroy, a New York Times best-selling novelist and a leading figure of late-20th century American literature wrote:  “Great teachers...

Western Sahara: History and the Algerian Fallacy

Refugees from Western Sahara walk through a school in a refugee camp in the Tindouf reigon of south-western Algeria on October 18, 2005 (AFP Photo/Fayez Nureldine)
Kenitra - In case you don't know the place, the so-called Western Sahara is a territory on the west coast of Africa. With a...

Syria: The 21th Century Trail of Tears

Syrian army soldiers patrol near a building in the countryside of Deir Hafer, near the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on December 2, 2015. (AFP photo)
Kenitra - In Aleppo, a world-class historical city 60 miles south of Turkey, everyone is searching for a perverted truth, a blatant fallacy and...

Moroccan Schools: the Road to Nowhere

moroccan school
Rabat - Undoubtedly, the current debate on Moroccan schools still remains a delusional subject since it does not address the main challenges these schools...

The Arab-Islamic World and the West: Beyond the Paris Attacks

French soldiers guard the Eiffel Tower in Paris
Kenitra - The recent attacks on Parisian bars, restaurants, and a concert halls that left at least 129 dead and 352 wounded, held the...

A Moroccan in Chicago: The Remains of the Nights

Chicago Taxi
Chicago, the city Chicagoans call “The Windy City,” is unique, magical and seductive. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, this Midwestern city is...

Secularism in Morocco: in Defense of an Authentic Modern Discourse

Gender issues in Morocco
Kenitra - Fundamental to the true understanding of civil liberties and the advancement of human rights in Morocco’s modern society is a systematic and...

Language Is Linguists’ Business

Darija or Standard Arabic. Morocco World News
Kenitra - Two years ago, Muhammed Hbida, a professor of history and anthropology and a researcher at Ibn Tofail University in Kenitra said “What...

The War on Iraq: America’s Big Mess

Kenitra - Throughout history military interventions have required moral and legal justifications for their legitimacy; politics invariably plays a role, which often appear as...