Jamal works as a middle school teacher of English in Morocco where he has recently completed a BA in literary studies. He is an avid follower of Moroccan politics and dreams of seeing Morocco become a real democracy.
On the Moroccan Tamarod movement
In my view, it’s really absurd to imagine that the key to real changes in Morocco will be the collapse of the...
Has corruption become sacrosanct in Morocco?
One reason why Moroccans voted for the Justice and Development party (PJD) in the November 2011 parliamentary...
Why the Moroccan regime is still ignoring pro-change voices
The most important reason why Badou Ezzaki was not selected is because he is the coach that Moroccans recommend for this job.
What happened when the February 20 Movement lost momentum?
Many reasons lie behind the loss of momentum of the February 20th movement. One is that its leaders and strong...
How the Moroccan regime weathered the storms of the Arab Spring
One of the reasons why the February 20 movement didn’t survive was that it was not supported by Moroccan...
On Abdellah Nhari’s reponse to Mokhtar Laghzioui’s views on sexual freedom
Moroccans haven’t understood some of the slogans they cheered on during their pro-change demonstrations.