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 IGU Sustainable Tourism Study Group Members
Professor Dr. Mohamed Berriane Res Al Kastah 27, Rue Bou Iblane Rabat Agdal MOROCCO (French) or Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines Université Mohammed V Rabat, MOROCCO (French) Talbi Khalid Royal Golf d'Agadir b.p 573 ait melloul Agadir, MOROCCO email: talbimir20 (at)hotmail.com Hassan Rezzouq Green Oasis Tour: 32 Rue 30.Haddaouia 3.
somoza (at)unileon.es Tourism research interests are cultural and urban tourism; city marketing and tourism; tourism theories, politics of tourism at different levels; and the figures of tourism Mme.
Tourism Coordinator, Athabasca Tourism, Alberta, Canada nadinehal (at)hotmail.com Professor K.M. Haywood School of Hotel and Food Administration University of Guelph Guelph, Ontario CANADA, N1G 2W1 e-mail: MHAYWOOD (at)FACS.UOGUELPH.CA Dr.
www.geog.nau.edu /igust/members.html   (7556 words)

  
 HERBAL ENCYCLOPEDIA: C
In Europe, a number of pharmaceutical preparations containing chamomile have been determined to be effective for treating various skin irritations, bronchial irritation, and irritations in the anogenital regions.
RANGE: Native to Mediterranean and Middle East regions, coriander is cultivated in Europe, Morocco, and the United States.
DESCRIPTION: Chickweed consists of the leaves and stems of a low-growing annual herb with small, star-shaped, white flowers.
www.canoe.ca /HealthHerbal/c.html   (7556 words)

  
 Morocco (07/05)
Morocco is divided into 16 administrative regions (further broken into provinces and prefectures); the regions are administered by Walis and governors appointed by the King.
Morocco's claim to sovereignty over the Western Sahara is based largely on an historical argument of traditional loyalty of the Sahrawi tribal leaders to the Moroccan sultan as spiritual leader and ruler.
The highest court in the judicial structure is the Supreme Court, whose judges are appointed by the King.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/5431.htm   (3756 words)

  
 Morocco (07/05)
Morocco's claim to sovereignty over the Western Sahara is based largely on an historical argument of traditional loyalty of the Sahrawi tribal leaders to the Moroccan sultan as spiritual leader and ruler.
Morocco is divided into 16 administrative regions (further broken into provinces and prefectures); the regions are administered by Walis and governors appointed by the King.
Morocco was the first Arab state to condemn Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait and sent troops to help defend Saudi Arabia.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/5431.htm   (3756 words)

  
 Politics of Morocco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Morocco is divided into 16 administrative regions; the regions are administered by the Walis and governors appointed by the King.
He ruled Morocco for the next 38 years, until his own death in 1999.
Ultimate authority rests with the King, who is both the political leader and the "Defender of the Faith".
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Politics_of_Morocco   (810 words)

  
 Music : Morocco celebrates World Music Day :: moroccoTimes.com
Chellah, a ravishing Roman site and Merinide necropolis in Rabat, gave a touch of magic to the Andalusian music concert given, for the first time in the history of Morocco, by an orchestra of over 120 musicians and chorus singers from various regions of Morocco (Tetuan, Chefchaouen, Rabat, Salé, Fez and Meknès).
In Casablanca, well-know music bands such as “Nass El Ghiwane,” “Jil Jilala,” “Mesnaoua,” “Lamchaheb,” “Tagada,” “Assiham,” “Ben Aguida,” “Banat al Ghiwane,” “Les Senhaji” or “Les Bourgogne,” as well as another sixty musical bands from various regions of the kingdom, staged free concerts.
Music lovers, who teemed the square to sample the divine tunes of the Andalusia repertoire, travelled through history when cultures interacted in the western Mediterranean region of Southern Spain and North Africa to give birth to this musical style.
www.moroccotimes.com /paper/article.asp?idr=49&id=7574   (508 words)

  
 Politics of Morocco
Morocco is divided into 16 administrative regions; the regions are administered by Walis and governors appointed by the King.
He ruled Morocco for the next 38 years, until his own death in 1999.
In March 1998, King Hassan named a coalition government headed by opposition socialist leader Abderrahmane Youssoufi and composed largely of ministers drawn from opposition parties.
www.theezine.net /p/politics-of-morocco.html   (508 words)

  
 Morocco (07/05)
Morocco's claim to sovereignty over the Western Sahara is based largely on an historical argument of traditional loyalty of the Sahrawi tribal leaders to the Moroccan sultan as spiritual leader and ruler.
Morocco is divided into 16 administrative regions (further broken into provinces and prefectures); the regions are administered by Walis and governors appointed by the King.
Morocco was the first Arab state to condemn Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait and sent troops to help defend Saudi Arabia.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/5431.htm   (508 words)

  
 Science Fair Projects - Politics of Morocco
Morocco is divided into 16 administrative regions; the regions are administered by the Walis and governors appointed by the King.
Upon the death of his father Mohammed V, King Hassan II succeeded to the throne in 1961.
He ruled Morocco for the next 38 years, until his own death in 1999.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Politics_of_Morocco   (508 words)

  
 Morocco (10/04)
Morocco's claim to sovereignty over the Western Sahara is based largely on an historical argument of traditional loyalty of the Sahrawi tribal leaders to the Moroccan sultan as spiritual leader and ruler.
Morocco is divided into 16 administrative regions (further broken into provinces and prefectures); the regions are administered by Walis and governors appointed by the King.
Morocco was among the first Arab and Islamic states to denounce the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States and declare solidarity with the American people in the war against terrorism On May 16, 2003, Moroccan suicide bombers simultaneously attacked five sites in Casablanca, killing more than 40 peopleand wounding over 100.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/5431.htm   (508 words)

  
 Morocco (07/05)
Morocco's claim to sovereignty over the Western Sahara is based largely on an historical argument of traditional loyalty of the Sahrawi tribal leaders to the Moroccan sultan as spiritual leader and ruler.
Morocco is divided into 16 administrative regions (further broken into provinces and prefectures); the regions are administered by Walis and governors appointed by the King.
Morocco was among the first Arab and Islamic states to denounce the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States and declare solidarity with the American people in the war against terrorism On May 16, 2003, Moroccan suicide bombers simultaneously attacked five sites in Casablanca, killing more than 40 people and wounding over 100.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/5431.htm   (3761 words)

  
 Comparative Criminology Africa - Morocco
Morocco is divided into 16 administrative regions; the regions are administered by Walis and governors appointed by the King.
Morocco is a party to the 1961 UN Single Convention and its Protocol, and the 1971 Convention on Psychotropic Substances.
Morocco is also a party to the 1988 UN Drug Convention, but Morocco's Parliament has not yet passed implementing legislation.
www-rohan.sdsu.edu /faculty/rwinslow/africa/morocco.html   (3761 words)

  
 JICA-Activities / Regions & Countries / Middle East
The Middle East region consists of 21 countries stretching from Afghanistan in the east to Morocco in the west and from Sudan in the south to Turkey in the north.
Such training is aimed at more than 20 countries in the Middle East and Central Asia, including Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, Morocco, and Saudi Arabia.
For instance, the Gulf States have pushed ahead with economic and social development using the vast oil revenues gained from development of petroleum resources, and this has enabled them to establish a high level of infrastructure*.
www.jica.go.jp /english/activities/regions/10eas.html   (3761 words)

  
 Morocco - Wikitravel
Berber is spoken by Morocco's Berber population in the mountainous regions of the north, centre and south of the country.
Travel by taxi is common in Morocco where two sorts are used, the "petite" taxi used within the area of the town and the "grande" taxi for trips between towns.
Fez - Fez is the former capital of Morocco and one of the oldest and largest medieval cities in the world.
wikitravel.org /en/Morocco   (4694 words)

  
 Medals of the Kingdom of Morocco (IEPE)
In 1958 (northern Morocco), 1975 (Western Sahara), and 1969 (Ifni), previously separated regions of Spanish Morocco were rejoined to the state.
This "Green March" served to press Morocco's claims to the region and led to the eveutulal withdrawal of Mauritanian and Spanish pretensions in the region.
Senior French officials in Morocco were automatically awarded this decoration.
faculty.winthrop.edu /haynese/medals/morocco.html   (3888 words)

  
 Definition of morocco
Morocco became a centre of learning and a major power.
He was succeeded by his son [[Muhammad V of Morocco Muhammad]].
10: [[Marrakesh]] and other regions in southern Morocco are home to the [[Gnaoua Brotherhood]], which cla...
www.wordiq.com /search/morocco.html   (3888 words)

  
 Morocco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Morocco was the first nation to recognize the fledgling United States in 1777 and has the oldest non-broken friendship treaty with the country, the Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship, which has been in effect since 1783.
As part of a 1997 decentralization/regionalization law passed by the legislature, 16 new regions were created, although the full details and scope of the reorganization are limited.
Morocco is a constitutional monarchy, with a popularly-elected parliament.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Morocco   (1490 words)

  
 Subnational flags of Morocco
Morocco is divided into 16 regions, themselves divided into provinces.
At the beginning of the 1960ies, the Royal Heraldic Office of Morocco established coats of arms for the cities of the kingdom.
On 3 March 1968 H.M. King Hassan II of Morocco established coats of arms for the provinces of that country.
www.flagspot.net /flags/ma-.html   (1490 words)

  
 CNN.com - Moroccan officials: At least 27 detained in attacks - May. 17, 2003
Among regions ready for liberation are Jordan, Morocco, Nigeria, the country of the two shrines [Saudi Arabia], Yemen and Pakistan."
The Cercle de l'Alliance Israelite, a Jewish community center, was damaged, but a spokesman for Morocco's Israeli community in Casablanca told CNN that it had been closed for the Sabbath and was empty at the time of the blast.
Those arrested were part of "Islamic circles" and were picked up in several locations around Morocco, the Interior Ministry said.
www.cnn.com /2003/WORLD/africa/05/17/morocco.blasts   (1056 words)

  
 Morocco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Morocco was the first nation to recognize the fledgling United States in 1777 and has the oldest non-broken friendship treaty with the country, the Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship, which has been in effect since 1783.
Morocco's capital city is Rabat, and its largest city is the modern port of Casablanca.
Morocco became a French protectorate by the signing of the Treaty of Fez on March 30, 1912.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Morocco   (1056 words)

  
 Search Results for Safi - Encyclopædia Britannica
Because of the extensive rail network built by the French during the colonial period, Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia have emphasized railways in their transportation infrastructures.
Morocco's road network effectively integrates the country's diverse regions.
Atlantic port city, western Morocco, midway between Safi and Agadir.
www.britannica.com /search?query=Safi&submit=Find&source=MWTAB   (1056 words)

  
 Morocco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Morocco was the first nation to recognize the fledgling United States in 1777 and has the oldest non-broken friendship treaty with the country, the Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship, which has been in effect since 1783.
As part of a 1997 decentralization/regionalization law passed by the legislature, 16 new regions were created, although the full details and scope of the reorganization are limited.
The Alaouite dynasty lasted through this period and upon independence in 1956, Sultan Mohammed V adopted the title of 'King' and Morocco became an independent Kingdom.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Morocco   (1587 words)

  
 Casablanca, Morocco Study tours in Morocco, travel with Morocco study abroad specialist
a day trip into Zagora and surrounding regions you will have the chance to view the 12th century vellum copies of the Koran and historical documents at one of the oldest library in Morocco.
We are a tour operator and study tour organizer specializing in travel to Morocco, with offices located in northern Virginia and in Casablanca.
Casablanca, Morocco Study tours in Morocco, travel with Morocco study abroad specialist
www.moroccotravelandtours.com /Study%20tours.htm   (1639 words)

  
 Countries - http://www.woodrecords.com/mauritania/Regions_of_Mauritania
Animal life around Kaédi is richer than what is found in most other regions of Mauritania, and zebu cattle is particularly evident.
Nouadhibou is the first you'll see of Mauritania if you have travelled all the route through Morocco.
The Adrar Region is one of the main attractions in Mauritania, offering both accessibility, dramatic nature and green oases.
www.woodrecords.com /mauritania/Regions_of_Mauritania   (1639 words)

  
 UT - MENIC: Countries and Regions: Mauritania: Economy
Department of Energy Country Analysis Briefs: Arab Maghreb Union (Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia)
Center for Middle Eastern Studies, The University of Texas at Austin.
UT - MENIC: Countries and Regions: Mauritania: Economy
menic.utexas.edu /menic/Countries_and_Regions/Mauritania/Economy   (1639 words)

  
 Yazid 1
Yazid's reign was dominated by great divisions of the Muslim world, and he died before he had a chance to take control over rebellious regions, like the Hijaz.
Yazid accomplished relatively much in his short reign, he introduced reforms to the bureaucracy and military, he altered the taxations system and saw to many improvements of the agriculture and irrigation of the capital Damascus.
680 April/May: With the death of his father, Yazid becomes new caliph.
www.lexicorient.com /e.o/uyazid1.htm   (1639 words)

  
 Friends of Morocco News in review 00221
Morocco's external trade was marked by a slight increase of imports (4%) and a decrease of exports (3.6%) and foreign investments and private loans totaled 21.8 billion DH in 2003, said the minister who added that Morocco foreign currency reserves were worth US$ 14 billion, which equals 10 months of imports.
He noted Morocco is a very successful and rewarding area for KFAED investments as it is initiating infrastructure and highly feasible projects in all regions and sectors, thus boosting the overall economic and social life in Morocco.
According to the Moroccan confederation of road transport (CNTR), transport represents 6% of the GDP and 9% of tertiary sectors.
friendsofmorocco.org /2004News/Feb04/0221News.htm   (4907 words)

  
 Timbuktu, Mali
Mali is comprised of eight regions, most of beautifully landscaped villages with ancient mud mosques sitting in the midst of huge expanses of pink and red sand.
The Al Ahmad Baba Research Institute has old manuscripts of Quran and hadith, and biographies of famous scholars from Arabia, Egypt, Morocco, Central Asia and Timbuktu.
Mali is in West Africa and, contrary to popular belief, it is not a land of wildlife Safaris.
ccminc.faithweb.com /iqra/articles/0211timbuk.html   (4907 words)

  
 culture of morocco
The Arab culture, with its roots at Mecca and Medina, and in Islamic southern Spain, is the sister culture to the Berbers, and it most influential in the north and coastal regions of the country.
The cultural dialogue between Arab and Berber culture is at the core of Moroccan national identity and culture.
The product of these forces is a culture as rich as any on the planet, a mixture of Islam and Berber-influenced conservatives and postmodern Western "liberalism".
www.moroccorugs.com /CULTURE.htm   (360 words)

  
 Slide #235 Monograph
But in the allotted space the map does show some knowledge by Cresques of the gold producing region of the middle Nile and of the regional name Ginuia [Guinea], the Kingdom of Melli, and stages on the routes from Morocco to the Niger, i.e., Sigilmessa, Tebelt, Tagaza, and Tenbuch [Timbuktu] are marked.
In the same spirit he removed from the map many of the traditional fables which had been accepted for centuries, and preferred to omit the northern and southern regions entirely, or to leave southern Africa blank rather than fill it with the anthropagi and other monsters which adorn the bulk of medieval maps.
Portolan charts traditionally displayed only known, discovered coasts, precisely detailed harbors, river mouths, rocks, shallows, currents, etc. every coastal feature likely to be important to a pilot and normally limited to only regions frequented by European sailors, i.e.
www.henry-davis.com /MAPS/LMwebpages/235mono.html   (360 words)

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