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Old 01-01-2004, 06:26 PM
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Princesses Fatima Zohra, Aicha, Malika, Nuzha, Amina & Families


Sisters of King Hassan II

Princess Lalla Fatima Zohra: 1929

Married to the Prince Moulay Ali,mother of Moulay Youssef,Moulay Abdullah and Lalla Joumala.

Princess Lalla Aicha: 1930-2011
Married to Mohamed Al yaakoub,mother of Lalla Zoubida and Lalla Noufissa.

Princess Lalla Malika: 1933
Married to Mohamed Cherquawi mother of Moulay sliman,Moulay Mahdy,Moulay Omar and Lalla Rabiaa.

Princess Lalla Nuzha: 1940-1977
Married to the ex PM Minister Ousmane mother of the late Moulay Noufal.

Princess Lalla Amina: 1954-2012
Married to Moulay Idris al-Ouazzani,mother of Moulay Idriss and Lalla Soumaia.
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  1. Princess Lalla Aischa of Morocco
  2. Original caption: Morocco's first woman ambassador, Princess Lalla, sister of the King of Morocco, pictured leaving her London residence this morning (Tuesday) for Buckingham Palace where she later presented her letters of credence to Her Majesty.
  3. Princess Lalla Aischa Of Morocco in Time magazine in 1957
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Old 04-28-2004, 07:11 PM
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SAR la princesse Lalla Amina

Après le retour d'exil du héros de la libération, feu SM Mohammed V, que Dieu ait son âme, accompagné de SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina et des autres membres de la famille Royale, le regretté Souverain a confié, en 1957, à Son Altesse Royale, encore à la fleur de l'âge, la présidence de la Ligue marocaine pour la protection de l'Enfance, illustrant ainsi la volonté royale de promouvoir la situation de l'enfance au Maroc.
Depuis lors, SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina a entamé ses premières actions dans le domaine social à travers la protection des enfants, des catégories démunies et des personnes aux besoins spécifiques.

Parallèlement à ses études primaires et secondaires au Collège Royal de Rabat et à ses études supérieures en philosophie, SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina, qui maîtrisait, en plus de l'arabe, le français et l'anglais, portait un intérêt particulier au sport, notamment l'équitation, discipline dans laquelle elle a fait ses preuves dès son jeune âge, en acquérant la qualité de cavalier et en montant une écurie privée pour l'élevage des chevaux.

En plus de son engagement sur le plan social et la grande importance qu'elle attachait à Sa grande famille, SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina entourait d'un soin particulier sa vie en famille et son époux feu Moulay Driss El Ouezzani, ex-président de la Fédération royale marocaine des sports équestres.
SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina a assumé plusieurs responsabilités particulièrement dans les domaines sportif et social.
Dans le domaine des sports équestres, SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina assure actuellement la présidence du comité d'organisation de "la Semaine du cheval", qui se tient chaque année à l'hippodrome de Dar Essalam à Rabat. Elle est également présidente du jury des concours nationaux des sauts d'obstacles, entraîneur de l'équipe nationale marocaine d'équitation et présidente de la Fédération Royale Marocaine des sports équestres depuis 1999.

Eu égard à son apport au développement de cette discipline sportive au Maroc, SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina a été élue première dirigeante sportive en Afrique.

Grâce à ses efforts soutenus et l'intérêt particulier qu'elle porte au cheval, SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina a réussi à faire de l'équitation un sport populaire, qui tire ses origine de l'authenticité marocaine et des traditions arabes ancestrales, rendant ainsi au cavalier marocain en général et aux arts équestres marocains traditionnels en particulier, la place et la considération qu'ils méritent à travers l'organisation de la Semaine du cheval et des compétitions régionales et nationales d'équitation.

Dans ce même ordre d'idées, SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina a associé les handicapés mentaux à la pratique des sports équestres en consacrant à cette catégorie de sportifs une journée dans la semaine du cheval et en supervisant en personne leur formation et leur encadrement durant les séances d'entraînement et les différentes compétitions.

Dans le domaine social, Son Altesse Royale, qui assure la présidence de la Ligue marocaine pour la protection de l'enfance, est également présidente de l'Organisation marocaine des mères et de l'Association marocaine des arts prometteurs qui s'intéresse à la promotion des programmes artistiques en faveur des personnes handicapées. SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina est également présidente d'honneur de l'Association "Hadaf" pour la protection des personnes handicapées.

SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina accorde également un intérêt particulier aux questions concernant la mère, à travers la supervision de la réalisation de nombreux programmes et projets sociaux au profit des mères, notamment celles défavorisées.

SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina avait présidé, en 2002 à Casablanca, un congrès des organisations maghrébines des mères, en sa qualité de présidente de l'Organisation marocaine des mères. Les travaux de cette rencontre ont été couronnés par l'adoption d'une stratégie maghrébine pour la promotion de la situation des mères dans les pays du Maghreb.

Des efforts soutenus dans les domaines sportif et social
Dans le domaine de l'enfance, SAR a fait de la protection des droits de l'enfant et de sa dignité l'une de ses préoccupations majeures, notamment en ce qui concerne l'enfance démunie à travers la sollicitude dont elle entoure les enfants privés de famille et ceux victimes de violence, de mauvais traitements, de la désintégration familiale, ainsi que les enfants de la rue dans le cadre d'une approche globale visant à mobiliser toutes les compétences nationales pour promouvoir la situation des enfants aux plans social, éducatif, psychologique et de la santé.

Dans ce cadre, SAR a présidé le premier forum international des enfants privés de famille et la signature de plusieurs accords de partenariat avec des secteurs gouvernementaux et des ONG, pour la promotion du programme socio-éducatif relatif aux questions de l'enfance. Son Altesse Royale a veillé à la mise en application des lois et législations nationales relatives à l'enfance et leur harmonisation avec les lois et conventions internationales.

SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina s'emploie à assurer la défense des droits de l'enfant au sein des instances internationales et oeuvre à l'activation des dispositions de la convention de l'ONU sur les droits de l'enfant, signée par le Maroc en 1993, à travers la mobilisation de toutes les énergies et les potentialités nationales pour la promotion des efforts déployés visant à élargir le domaine des activités éducatives, culturelles et sociales, afin de renforcer la protection des enfants et améliorer leurs conditions de vie et ce en collaboration avec l'ensemble des parties concernées, notamment l'UNICEF.

Dans le domaine de la protection des personnes handicapées et leur insertion dans la société, SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina avait créé en 1994 le "spécial Olympics Maroc", contribué à la mise en place du spécial Olympics de la région du Moyen-Orient et d'Afrique du Nord et déployé d'énormes efforts pour promouvoir le sport des handicapés mentaux au Maroc.

L'intérêt qu'accorde Son Altesse Royale à cette catégorie sociale s'est manifesté par sa présidence de la deuxième session des jeux du spécial olympics de la région du Moyen-Orient et d'Afrique du Nord tenue à Rabat en 2000, par le développement des programmes du spécial olympics Maroc à travers l'organisation de la coupe du trône de football, la coupe Lalla Amina de football, le soutien aux différentes disciplines sportives dans le but d'augmenter le nombre de pratiquants, d'encadrants et de volontaires, en plus des programmes parallèles dans les domaines sociaux, éducatifs et de santé.
Soucieuse d'optimiser le rendement du Spécial Olympics Maroc et d'accompagner ses activités et ses réalisations sur le terrain, SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina préside, chaque mois, les réunions du bureau central de cet organisme, veille au suivi de l'exécution de tous les programmes et plans établis et supervise les opérations d'évaluation et de suivi.

Dans le cadre du renforcement des contacts entre Spécial Olympics mondial et la présidence de Spécial Olympics pour la région du Proche-Orient et d'Afrique du Nord, SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina assure le suivi de tous les programmes et activités réalisés aux niveaux international et régional, accueille les responsables et les encadrants du Spécial Olympics lors de leurs visites au Maroc afin de suivre tous les développements que connaît le sport des handicapés mentaux.

La place privilégiée qu'occupe le Spécial Olympics Maroc aux niveaux international et régional ainsi que les acquis réalisés dans différentes disciplines sportives, témoignent de l'intérêt particulier qu'accorde SAR la Princesse Lalla Amina au sport des handicapés mentaux et de son souci d'aboutir à des réalisations importantes, de manière à répondre aux aspirations de tous les intervenants dans ce domaine, sous la conduite de SM le Roi Mohammed VI, que Dieu l'Assiste, qui entoure de Sa Haute sollicitude et de Sa bienveillance cette catégorie de sportifs afin qu'elle puisse s'insérer dans la société.
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Old 04-29-2004, 09:37 PM
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Moroccan princess Lalla Amina received special prize from international Olympic committee

Morocco, Politics, 3/8/2004

Morocco's Princess Lalla Amina, chairperson of the Moroccan Royal Federation of Equestrian Sports, received this Sunday a special prize from the International Olympic Committee which is holding this March 7-9 its 3rd conference on "women and sports, new strategies and new commitments."

The princess, aunt of king Mohammed VI, highlighted in an acceptance address the brilliant performance of Moroccan female athletes in various athletics events, stressing that women "have thus achieved equality with men, a fact which has recently been enshrined by His Majesty King Mohammed VI in a modern Family Law which preserves, in an exemplary and unprecedented way, the rights of women and children alike."

She also considered the honorary prize as "a tribute to the efforts made by Morocco for the advancement of sport, under the guidance of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, and thanks to his active support for all athletes, especially women."

The IOC conference held under the high patronage of King Mohammed VI is attended by IOC president, Count Jacque Rogge, president of the Moroccan Olympic Committee (CNOM), General Hosni Benslimane, president of the African Football Federation and IOC member, Issa Hayatou, and several other foreign and Moroccan figures.

A record 44% of athletes will be women in the Athens Olympic games. The IOC expects an equal number of men and women to compete in future Games. "Our ultimate goal must be 50-50 participation," Rogge said in his speech.

Princess Lalla Amina underscore Sunday at an acceptance address of the International Olympic Committee's Special prize that "Morocco has become a key player in various international athletics events, thanks to many champions, especially in women's competitions, where Moroccan women have performed outstandingly."

Speaking at the IOC World Conference on Women and Sport held in Marrakesh this March 7-9, the princess who is chairwoman of the Moroccan royal federation of equestrian sports, stressed that Moroccan female champions reflects women's integration in all walks of life. "They have thus achieved equality with men, a fact which has recently been enshrined by His Majesty King Mohammed VI in a modern Family Law which preserves, in an exemplary and unprecedented way, the rights of women and children alike," she went on.

"I feel particularly proud that Moroccan women managed to come out of the shackles of exclusion and marginalization. They are now contributing to building a prosperous, modern and democratic Morocco, alongside their male fellow citizens, under the guidance of the glorious Alawite Throne, which has immensely contributed to the emancipation of Moroccan women from all forms of backwardness," said the princess.

The Moroccan princess also said "I also wish to express my gratitude and say how touched I was by the honorary prize kindly awarded to me." She added that the prize of "a tribute to the efforts made by Morocco for the advancement of sport, under the guidance of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, and thanks to his active support for all athletes, especially women."
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Old 05-05-2004, 05:49 AM
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Old 05-26-2004, 03:02 PM
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Princess Lalla Amina and Her Father the Sultan of Morocco in a Royal Carriage
Titulo originario: The Young And The Old. Looking out with interest at the spectators as the Sultan of Morocco drove to the Al Fas mosque in Emmene for his customary prayers, the little Princess Lalla Amina made a charming study of youth

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Royal Family of Morocco Current Events 1: February 2005 -

Morocco
Royal speech Addressed to the Special session of the
General assembly
On HIV/AIDS

Delivered by

Lalla Joumala Alaoui
Head of the delegation of the Kingdom of Morocco
To the Special Session

New York, 25 Juin 2001


Mr. Chairman,

His Majesty Mohammed VI, King of Morocco, has entrusted me with the honour of reading out the following royal speech on his behalf and conveying His
Majesty's greetings and consideration for this important gathering.

Mr. Chairman
Your Majesty, your Excellencies, your Highnesses Your Excellency, the Secretary General
Ladies and Gentlemen

I am pleased to say how much the Kingdom of Morocco appreciates the decision taken by the United Nations General Assembly to convene a special session on the subject of AIDs/HIV. This is a commendable initiative for which I wish full success. I also hope this UN gathering will manage to mobilize resources which are necessary to fight this deadly epidemic and thus overcome the blatant contradiction which consists in hailing health as one of the human rights, while there is actual discrimination between developed countries which have been able to contain the spread of AIDs thanks to their potentialities and to the use they make of medical research, on one hand, and the developing countries which are powerless to check the spread of the disease, because they lack minimum prevention and treatment capacity. This is particularly true for the African continent which is facing this ominous danger.

We are trying to cope with the constraints of globalization and to keep abreast of the developments taking place around the world. In addition, we are endeavouring to keep up with the migration flows which have now made it impossible for any nation to remain immune from this epidemic.

In this context, providing medical protection as well as supplying the necessary drugs and medical hardware, require susbstantial resources from the national budgets, in addition to exemptions from taxes and customs duties for those medical supplies which are deemed necessary, especially drugs on which depends the citizens' health, without any discrimation based on social, geographic or ethnic grounds.

In this regard, we commend the praiseworthy steps taken by the Secretary General of the United Nations to set up an international fund in order to enable AIDs - afflicted nations among developing countries to secure antiretroviral drugs.

Morocco has developed, as part of its effort to fight AIDs, a comprehensive strategy based on detection, therapy and prevention. It calls for the involvement of all actors, including government agencies and the civil society, in large - scale awareness - raising campaigns through the media and among young people and risk populations at large.

At the same time, we are responding to the concerns set out in the draft UN Pledge, being considered at the current session.
In expressing satisfaction with the UN initiatives, Morocco hopes to get the preferential prices granted to other countries. It also calls for the setting up of additional international cooperation and coordination mechanisms to fight this epidemic which poses a threat not only to our development effort, but also to health safety in the world.

Given the experience, skills and know-how accumulated by Morocco and its professional labour force over the years, and considering its continuous monitoring, evaluation and adaptation effort with respect to the initiatives and actions undertaken in this field, Morocco is ready to put its modest experience at the disposal of the international community, and more particularly the African nations, in confirmation of its strong commitment to the principles of effective solidarity which should guide us all in our endeavours.

Wassalamu Alaiku?.
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can muslimah talk about taboo issues,for example AIDS
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Old 06-18-2004, 08:46 PM
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It is nice from KM6 that he pays attention to AIDS/HIV. Although Morocco has a low rate of AIDS they have to pay attention to it.

In fact, it was really late Princess Lalla Fatima Zohra (Princess of the Poor) who spoke as a first about AIDS back in 90’s and Arab world was in quite shock. She simply cared about the well-being of people. :flower:
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can muslimah talk about taboo issues,for example AIDS
why not. We can talk about everything but just some people are very conservative and such people do live in the West too.
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can you talk about everything publicly like West?.
yes we can !! in the islam there is no shame to talk about sex in public if you ever heard an imam talking about men and woman , and when some one asked them a question about this they just answer this question openly. But you may not bother the world with stories about having sex with many boys or something like that. . i hope you understand what i mean.
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Has any1 read the book about Malika Oufkir " La Prisonniere" She is the girl who was adopted by Mohammed V and like a kinda sister for Lalla Amina. Its horrific!!!!!!!!!!! Its a true story bio.
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Old 07-02-2004, 10:27 PM
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Has any1 read the book about Malika Oufkir " La Prisonniere" She is the girl who was adopted by Mohammed V and like a kinda sister for Lalla Amina. Its horrific!!!!!!!!!!! Its a true story bio.
yep, i read it.

i liked it much more than those horrible 'princess' books..

have you heard about 'cities of salt?'

they are being sold as the new 'palace walk trilogy'. they are about a bedioun village during the discovery oil in the arabian desert. it is a thinly veiled story about saudi arabia. supposedly the books have been banned all over the middle east.

i am dieing to read them.
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Has any1 read the book about Malika Oufkir " La Prisonniere" She is the girl who was adopted by Mohammed V and like a kinda sister for Lalla Amina. Its horrific!!!!!!!!!!! Its a true story bio.
I read this book, I find it interesting, I learn things about royal family of morocco
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this is interesting... i found it online...

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Born in 1953, Malika Oufkir was the eldest daughter of General Oufkir, the king of Morocco's closest aide. Adopted by the king at the age of five, Malika was one of the most elgible heiresses in the kingdom and had spent most of her childhood and adolescence in the seclusion of the court harem, surrounded by luxury and extraordinary privilege. Then on August 16, 1972, her father was arrested and executed after an attempt to assassinate the king. Malika, her five younger brothers and sisters, and her mother were immediately imprisoned in a desert penal colony. After 15 years, the last 10 of which they spent locked up in solitary cells, the Oufkir children managed to dig a tunnel with their bare hands and make an audacious escape. Recaptured after five days, Malika was finally able to leave Morocco and begin a new life in exile in 1996.
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Aunt of M6 (Sister of Hassan II)..Lalla Aisha..
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  • Pic # 4. Original caption: Morocco's first woman ambassador, Princess Lalla, sister of the King of Morocco, pictured leaving her London residence this morning (Tuesday) for Buckingham Palace where she later presented her letters of credence to Her Majesty.
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Princess Lalla Amina to chair Special Olympics Counil meeting in Cairo

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Do you know that Lalla Aïcha, before being married with Hassan Yacoubi, was promised to the King Fayçal II of Iraq assassinated in a blood bath with almost the whole of the royal family hachimite on July 14, 1958 by officers side-arabistes of the army in Baghdad.
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Rabat, Mar. 19 - Princess Lalla Amina, chairwoman of the Pan-African Organisation for the Fight of AIDS (OPALS), stressed, here Monday, that the epidemiological prevalence of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) requires more vigilance and mobilization to stop their spread.
Maghreb Arabe Presse: STD's prevalence requires more vigilance and mobilization, Princess Lalla Amina
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