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Little_star 04-06-2008 02:30 PM

They are beautiful, young, modern and fortunes in clothes of designers and models of haute are spent couture. And with a chic image and very in fashion, queen Rania of Jordan and princess Lalla Salma of Morocco, represent with much elegance the reigns of the countries headed by their husbands, and have fascinated to all with their style and beauty
AltaVista - Babel Fish Translation

I haven't posted the entire article for copyright reasons but just click on the link.

Mademoiselle Lilo 04-07-2008 09:20 AM

thanks girls for the suggestions:flowers::flowers:
i thought it's an intesting article but seems just another silly comparison.

Mademoiselle Lilo 04-12-2008 12:29 PM

a small new about Lalla Salma in moroccan magazine: TelQuel : Le Maroc tel qu'il est
go to VITES ! in the end of the page.
' L’épouse de Mohammed VI a pris, le week-end dernier, l’avion pour New York sur la ligne régulière de la RAM. Non pas dans un boeing affrété pour elle, mais avec le “petit peuple” de la première classe, le prince héritier dans les bras. Discrète ou presque : six berlines Mercedes ont accompagné Lalla Salma jusqu'à la passerelle d’embarquement.'

they said har the princess take the airplane last week-end to New York with normal poeple on plane aparantely she buy her ticket from RAM (Royal Air Maroc) like all peole do and she didn't use her husband jet. some who notice her on plane say he tried to be discreet with he son moulay hassan in her arms.

shrifia 07-23-2008 01:54 PM

Feminise the face of Islam
The king of Morocco knows women can lead the way in moderating the messages of Islam. Britain should adopt his approach.....Full article

Mademoiselle Lilo 07-28-2008 03:41 PM

Washington Times - CHARAI: Morocco: Splits and burdens
When, against a background of growing conservatism, notably religious Mohammed VI succeeded his father Hassan II as king of Morocco on July 23, 1999, he set his sights on democracy and modernity. Nine years later, it is worthy noting that this dichotomy between the old and the new still exists as the king breaks with the past.

Mademoiselle Lilo 07-29-2008 04:17 PM

L'Économiste
translation via google
9-year reign
Lalla Salma: The Ambassador of Morocco

The princess increasingly present in international
Many actions pro-poor
THE charming smile Lalla Salma is not the only asset of the first lady of Morocco. A charming addition to its effective participation in the Moroccan public life, reflects a real political progress.
Inside as outside the country, the princess has a high esteem. Ambassador of Morocco abroad, its missions and commitments offer a new model of sovereignty to break with the past. The role of women in the lives of Moroccans took a new turn. And Lalla Salma announced the beginning of major changes. Besides legal reforms that have given rise to the Moudawana part of this process.
A grown woman who speaks several languages, holds a diploma in computer science State, Lalla Salma vehicle modernity without breaking with tradition. The wife of King never obtain the title of Queen, princess will be as is the custom Alawite.
Particularly popular princess has a genuine appeal for his people. It will play all its qualities to get closer, particularly through social actions targeted. The princess is fighting against cancer beside the sick, which it will provide moral and material support.
Lalla Salma is best known for having revived the national association of support and modernization of hospital equipment to aid cancer. It is reputed to be involved at all levels. It said the rigorous, combining charm and vigour at a time.
The image of Morocco that vehicle bears a name, that of openness. In his public appearances, it is not the role of Honorary Chair. It is also this attitude that it stands out. His presence on the public sphere is real, and its actions. Honorée the title of Royal Highness Princess is discreet but effective. The wife of King is active on several fronts. Its margin of action is widening. It is also why it was proclaimed "young global leader" by the World Economic Forum in 2008. If the marriage of King Mohammed VI looks like a fairy tale, actions by the royal couple have nothing magical result of a genuine desire to change, indeed palpable through various actions, especially for poor.
The charm and the smile of Lalla Salma also operate abroad, where she represented Morocco many times. Apart from his fight against cancer, the princess has been involved in the fight against AIDS during a meeting at the United Nations. From the royal union were born two children but also ambitious modernization projects in Morocco.

Mademoiselle Lilo 09-08-2008 03:02 PM

Article from THE VIEW FROM FEZ
THE VIEW FROM FEZ: Morocco's Princess Lalla Salma
One of the most frequent phrases that our visitors search for is "Princess Lalla Salma". So we decided to bring our favourite photographs from The View from Fez archives and put them all in one place.

shrifia 05-05-2009 07:37 PM

.... Nowadays, King Mohammed and his wife, Lalla Salma Bennadi (who also holds a science degree, specialising in computer science), are the symbols of a young Morocco (more than 50% of the population is under 35 years of age), which wants to see change, without dramatic revolutions but following a path of modernity and certainty....Link

ghizlan2000 06-11-2009 08:09 PM

La Revue du Liban
ENTRETIEN EXCLUSIF DE S.M. MOHAMED VI


shrifia 11-12-2009 01:11 PM

Morocco's 'Mother Teresa' Receives $1 Million Opus Prize for Dedication to Single Mothers & Abandoned Children
"Just after the [Al-Jazeera] interview, His Majesty invited me to the palace and told me not to be discouraged by the threat and that I must 'keep on,'" Aicha recalled during her MACC interview. "He not only gave me a generous check to support the Association, but he gave me a golden key -- a symbolic reminder that it was my duty to 'open the hearts of Moroccans.'"....Link

Kasumi 12-12-2009 03:05 AM

King Mohammed VI is critisized for breaking the human rights in Western Sahara
We will not bow to this Moroccan king - The Guardian

Mademoiselle Lilo 12-16-2009 02:29 PM

Several posts has been removed,this thread is about Articles,Speeches and general informations of the MRF,its not a place to discus Mrs Haidar adventures.
M.Lilo.
Morocco Forum Moderator

shrifia 01-20-2010 02:02 PM

Not so bad for non-Muslims in Morocco
..King Mohammed VI, who ascended to the throne in 1999, made a strategic decision to introduce democratic reforms and restructure the legal system so that Morocco can move toward becoming an inclusive, multi-religious society, one which better adheres to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which is partly dedicated to progress on religious freedom...
Global Arab Network | Not so bad for non-Muslims in Morocco | Culture

Africa’s First Lady of Style
Meet Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco, (born Salma Bennani on May 10, 1978 in Fez, Morocco) wife of King Mohammed VI of Morocco and the first wife of a Moroccan ruler to have been publicly acknowledged and given a royal title.
Africa’s First Lady of Style… | FashionAfrica.com

Mademoiselle Lilo 07-26-2010 06:13 PM

Being a Paying Guest of the King
Once upon a time there was a young King of Morocco, who was said to be the seventh richest monarch in the world. King Mohammed VI ascended to the throne in 1999, descendant of more than a 1,000 years of sultans but, being a modern man, he drove his own car, championed women's rights and took only one wife.

shrifia 09-18-2010 10:50 PM

North Africa’s Sun King
.... Soon after, King Mohamed VI issued a royal decree making the development of alternative energy one of his top priorities.
He also put a legal framework in place to encourage European investment and has managed to limit instability in a region known for political tumult.....Link

Stay the night: Royal Mansour, Marrakech
Mohammed VI issued an edict for a sumptuous hotel, and lo! It came to pass. Adrian Mourby reports.
Expectations were sky high when the Royal Mansour opened in June. This was King Mohammed VI's pet project; not just the flagship hotel in his attempt to double the number of Morocco's tourist beds, but a showcase for national decorative arts....Article

frank22 01-09-2011 09:31 AM

A spanish woman save the life of prince Mohamed VI when he was a baby, militars wanted to kill him (check the article below)



Artículo sobre la cuidadora espanola que salvó de la muerte al príncipe Mohamed VI cuando los militares marroquíes intentaron matar al Rey Hassan II (see page 2 of the following link):

CRONICA El Mundo 9 Enero 2011 Periodicos españoles en Youkioske.com: Diarios de España

shrifia 01-09-2011 04:24 PM

the link didn't word for me.
anyway I think that happend in Skhirat all Hassan II's children escaped from death that day Hassan II him self escpaed fom death.

kaoutar 01-09-2011 07:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by shrifia (Post 1188858)
the link didn't word for me.
anyway I think that happend in Skhirat all Hassan II's children escaped from death that day Hassan II him self escpaed fom death.

It works :)
you should press "pulse para ver la publicacion" :)

frank22 01-10-2011 09:52 AM

"pulse para ver la publicacion" = do "click" with the mouse

shrifia 01-10-2011 08:06 PM

no it work thank you guys.
the pic is wonderful:flowers:


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