It started as a few stares here and there when we would go to visit Morocco, but when we befriended many Moroccans it became obvious that there was something else there.
Out of a handful of 10 couples all of the men had married an American woman first, and only my husband and one other were still married to that woman.
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Latinas are also far more passionate about life in general than most of their American or European "rivals".
Instead of sitting on the sofa all day watching reality TV shows, South American women want to get out and live life, enjoying everything it has to offer.
Maybe it’s the fact that you’ve had every meal for the last two months at the Chawarma Snack on the corner. When Moroccans like something, they praise the Creator, and not the creation. It can be used interspersed with the compliments you want to give, e.g. (I will do a longer post on the concept of “tbarkellah” at a later date, inshallah). Next time you see your friend, ask about all the people you met. Chances are your host will be very gracious and ask you lots of questions. This is the blessing that Muslims say when starting anything, be it eating or any other activity.
This has become a reoccurring scene, with ominous implications, which has ignited Palestinian fears of an Israeli takeover of the holy esplanade.
Moroccans are known for their hospitality, their openness and understanding, their tolerance and virtues.
Moroccan women however are not known for their love of foreign women who marry Moroccan men.
Jews call the esplanade the Temple Mount and consider it their holiest site, and Muslims refer to it as the Noble Sanctuary or al-Haram al-Sharif.
Approximately 30 Palestinians were injured and treated - most for tear gas inhalation, others for injuries sustained from beatings - according to the Islamic Waqf authorities, which administer the affairs of Al-Aqsa Mosque and other religious sites. In a statement, Israeli police said they stormed the compound because Palestinian protesters hurled stones at them.