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Morocco seen in a new light in Ahlam Jebbar’s book   

Written by FDM

“Ce Maroc que l’on aime” is one of the most beautiful books published on the kingdom to kick off the year. It is signed by the author, journalist and essayist, Ahlam Jebbar. The latter met a panoply of personalities, who shared their vision of the country with her.

This is a new vision of the kingdom that is drawn in the Coffee table book “Ce Maroc que l’on aime” (The Morocco that we love), ridden by an all-women team. With the author Ahlam Jebbar, Lamia Lahbabi and Chamah Bargach, project managers and Hanane Fadi, editorial advisor.

Over the pages, we discover another Morocco. The reason ? The angle chosen by the writer who went on to meet personalities to report what affects them, what makes them vibrate, what makes them proud. Each one, with their sensibility, their perception and their experience describe a Morocco that they cherish, this Morocco that they have seen transform, this Morocco in which they evolve, as the publisher Première Ligne Edition said in a statement.

This book is a collection of testimonies of men and women who contribute in their fields to Morocco, yesterday, today and tomorrow. Among the personalities interviewed, Fathia Bennis, president and founder of the Women’s Tribune Association, Saloua Karkri-Belkziz, APEBI resident and CEO of GFI Maroc, Nadia Salah, editorialist at L’Economiste and director of the Eco group -Media, Nadia Larguet, journalist and producer, Neila Tazi , founder of the Gnaoua World Music Festival of Essaouira or Nawal El Moutawakel, president of the FRMF Women’s Football Commission, vice-president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Olympic champion, to name only a few.

In short, “The Morocco that we love ” is an original and unusual way to travel to the four corners of the territory and encounter different stories, customs and beautiful riches.

Photo left to right: Lamia Lahbabi, Project Manager, Chamah Bargach, Project Manager, Ahlam Jebbar, Author and Hanane Fadi, editorial advisor.

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