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  Masjid Hassan II, la plus grande mosquée du monde - sur Actuma
Ingénieurs et artisans ont du innover dans les techniques de construction du plus grand Masjid dans le monde, il s’agit de Masjid Hassan II.
Ce chantier de neuf hectares a nécessité 26 000 m3 de béton et 59 000 m3 d'enrochement pour lutter contre les effets de la houle.
Avec son gigantesque minaret de 210 m de hauteur, Masjid Hassan II se présente sur une superficie de 200 mètres de long sur 100 mètres de large et 60 mètres de haut.
www.actuma.com /actu_Masjid_Hassan_II__la_plus_grande_mosquee_du_monde,52.html   (315 words)

  
  King Hassan II
King Hassan II King Hassan II King Hassan died of a heart attack on July 23, 1999, and was succeeded by his son 36 year old Sidi Mohammed.
His Majesty Hassan II was born in Rabat, Morocco on July 9, 1929.
King Hassan II shared His Fathers exile in Madagascar at a time when the French Protectorate transferred the royal family to the Island of Corsica on August 20, 1953, then to Madagascar in Africa in January 1954; during all this period of time he was the political advisor to his father.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/biography/Hassan.html   (506 words)

  
  Hassan 2
Hassan was the oldest son of the former king, Muhammad 5, and father of the present king, Muhammad 6.
Much of Hassan's success on home ground, especially confronting the Islamists, rested in his family's claim to be sharifs; descendants of Muhammad, a claim that was widely accepted in Morocco as well as abroad.
Hassan 2 was at periods fiercly criticized by organizations in other countries for what was seen as human rights violations, political oppression and cruel punishment of prisoners.
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  Hassan 2
Hassan was the oldest son of the former king, Muhammad 5, and father of the present king, Muhammad 6.
Much of Hassan's success on home ground, especially confronting the Islamists, rested in his family's claim to be sharifs; descendants of Muhammad, a claim that was widely accepted in Morocco as well as abroad.
Hassan 2 was at periods fiercly criticized by organizations in other countries for what was seen as human rights violations, political oppression and cruel punishment of prisoners.
i-cias.com /e.o/hassan2.htm   (897 words)

  
 Washingtonpost.com: Morocco's King Hassan II Dead at 70
King Hassan II of Morocco, a sage and worldly Muslim leader who played a peacemaker's role in the Middle East and outfoxed plotters in several coup attempts while ruling his North African realm with an iron fist, died yesterday after entering a Rabat hospital suffering from pneumonia.
Hassan, 17th in an Alawite dynasty stretching back 400 years, was the Arab world's longest-ruling monarch, having succeeded his father, Mohammed V, in March 1961.
The best-known contrast, perhaps, was Hassan's claim to have special responsibility for preserving the Islamic character of Jerusalem — commander of the faithful was one of his titles — while at the same time maintaining discreet relations with Israel and cultivating Morocco's own Jewish inhabitants throughout his reign.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/inatl/daily/july99/hassan24.htm   (972 words)

  
 WSO| Hassanisms
Hassan II disolved the parliament and declared a state of emergency that would remain in effect for five years.
Hassan II often resorts to conspiratorial explanations in order to fight back criticism to his ruling.
In the 1990s, Hassan II confronted increasing domestic and international denouncement of his use of arbitrary imprisonment and torture.
www.wsahara.net /hassanisms.html   (431 words)

  
 King Hassan of Morocco: world leaders mourn a ruthless despot
King Hassan II of Morocco, who died at the age of 70 last Friday after 38 years on the throne, was the second Middle Eastern puppet of US and European imperialism to die in the last six months.
Born Moulay Hassan in 1929, he was the oldest of the six children of Sultan Sidi Mohammed ben Youssef—who claimed descent from the Prophet Mohammed.
Hassan dissolved Parliament and instituted a state of emergency, wielding absolute power until a new constitution was adopted in 1970.
www.wsws.org /articles/1999/jul1999/hass-j28.shtml   (2801 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Hassan II (North African History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Formerly crown prince Moulay Hassan ben Mohammed Alaoui, he ascended the throne on the death (1961) of his father, Muhammad V.
A graduate of the Univ. of Bordeaux, Hassan became chief of staff of the Moroccan army in 1957.
Internationally, Hassan pursued a neutralist course, aided in attempts at Middle Eastern peace with Israel, and for a long period of time managed to receive aid from both the West and Communist nations.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/H/Hassan2.html   (305 words)

  
 Hassan II of Morocco Summary
Hassan II kept the support of the bourgeoisie by encouraging the formation of political parties, but at the same time he limited their power and fostered internal divisions within the organizations.
However, Hassan II agreed in 1984 to accept the result of a referendum to determine the status of the troubled province.
Although king Hassan II had restored many parliamentary functions by the early nineties and released hundreds of political prisoners in 1991 after pressure from the United States, the "years of lead" ended definitely only with the taking of the throne by his son Mohammed VI in 1999.
www.bookrags.com /Hassan_II_of_Morocco   (1759 words)

  
 CNN - Morocco's King Hassan II dead at 70 - July 23, 1999
Hassan's heir is Crown Prince Sidi Mohammed, 35.
Hassan, the longest serving monarch in the Arab world, ascended to the throne in 1961.
Hassan was also a discreet but key mediator in the Middle East peace process, whose contacts with Israeli leaders helped lead to the 1978 peace accord between Egypt and Israel.
www.cnn.com /WORLD/africa/9907/23/morocco.hassan.02/index.html   (456 words)

  
 Moroccan Jews mourn the passing of King Hassan II (July 30, 1999)
Hassan took power in 1961 after the death of his father, Mohammed V. When Hassan ascended to the throne, he was an unknown quantity with a reputation as a playboy.
When tens of thousands of Jews left Morocco in a massive aliyah that began after Morocco gained its independence in 1956 -- and accelerated after Hassan II gained power -- it was due as much to Zionism and a desire for economic opportunity as it was to a fear of anti-Semitism.
Hassan also played a role in preparing for the 1991 Madrid peace conference and welcomed Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in September 1993, making Morocco the first Arab nation outside of Egypt to officially host an Israeli leader.
www.jewishsf.com /bk990730/ihassan.shtml   (931 words)

  
 King Hassan II   (Site not responding. Last check: )
King Hassan II has been on the throne since 1962, when he succeeded his late father, Sultan Mohammed V. Hassan is one of the few true autocrats in the world.
Hassan is a direct descendant of the Prophet's son in law, Ali.
Hassan is considered head of the faith, Islamic "commander of the faithful," in Morocco.
geogweb.berkeley.edu /GeoImages/Miller/king.html   (278 words)

  
 Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan II
Agenda de l'Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan II FORMATION DE TROISIÈME CYCLE EN IRRIGATION organisée par le Centre Régional d'Enseignement Spécialisé en Agriculture, Irrigation et Maîtrise de l'Eau (CRESA).
L'IAV Hassan II met à contribution sa longue expérience en matière de formation spécialisée dans les domaines de l'irrigation et de la maîtrise des eaux dans le cadre du programme CRESA - Irrigation.
Présentation, résumés des contributions et posters du séminaire sur "Les biotechnologies appliquées en agriculture et en industries agroalimentaires" tenu à l'IAV Hassan II du 4 au 5 avril 2006.
www.iav.ac.ma   (329 words)

  
 HASSAN II : Biographie de HASSAN II - Monsieur-Biographie.com
Biographie des Rois du Maroc le Rois Hassen II et Mohamed 6 VI : Biographie des rois du Maroc smr Mohamed VI et son defunt pere smr Hassan II.
Hassan II - Wikipédia : 1 Le prince héritier; 2 Le règne; 3 Liens externes; 4 Bibliographie...
Biographie Hassan II : Hassan II naît de Mohammed V et lui succède sur le trône marocain en 1961.
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 Rabat : Le guide de voyage et du tourisme maroc
Le nouveau roi Mohammed VI, qui a succédé au fameux roi Hassan II en juillet 1999, préfère toutefois revenir chaque soir dans sa demeure familiale à Salé, grande ville adjacente.
Le mausolée Mohammed V a été construit en 1969 par Hassan II pour immortaliser la mémoire du roi qui s'est opposé aux français pendant le Protectorat et qui est mort en 1961 dans une opération chirurgicale.
Un grand cercueil en onyx blanc est à voir à l'intérieur, celui de Hassan II a été déposé à côté récemment.
maroc.tovisit.net /Villes/Rabat   (0 words)

  
 Voyage Maroc. guide tourisme Maroc
Dans sa configuration générale, la Mosquée Hassan II se présente sous la forme d'un vaste complexe de 200 mètres de long sur 100 mètres de large et 60 mètres de haut.
La construction de la Mosquée Hassan II s'inscrit dans un vaste projet d'aménagement urbain.
De façon étonnante, feu le roi Hassan II (mort en 1999) a pris l'option "toit ouvrant".
maroc.tovisit.net /MervMaro/MosqHII   (0 words)

  
 HASSAN II : Biographie de HASSAN II - JeSuisMort.com
Cher Hassan II, vous serez a jammais l un des grandes personnalitees qui ont marquees l histoire mod...
Biographie de HASSAN II : De nombreuses autres biographies de HASSAN II sur Monsieur-Biographie, le moteur de recherche en biographie.
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 Sa majesté le Roi Mohamed VI
La première mission officielle à l’étranger de Son Altesse Royale le Prince Héritier a eu lieu le 6 avril 1974, quand il a représenté feu Sa Majesté Hassan II à l’Office Religieux célébré à la Cathédrale « Notre Dame de Paris » à la mémoire du Président français, Georges Pompidou.
Le 23 février 1989, Son Altesse Royale le Prince Héritier Sidi Mohammed représente Feu sa Majesté Hassan II aux obsèques de l’Empereur du Japon Hiro Hito.
Du 21 au 27 juin 1997, Son Altesse Royale le Prince Héritier Sidi Mohammed représente Feu Sa Majesté Hassan II aux travaux de la session extraordinaire de l’Assemblée Générale de l’O.N.U sur l’Environnement intitulée « Le Sommet de la terre +5 ».
www.maroc-loc.com /page_11.htm   (1085 words)

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