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حوار مع آخر يهودية تعيش بملاح مراكش [04:18]
Interview with the last jewish still living in the mellah of marrakech. As a comment about his interview with Mrs. Ouaknine, Sami Shalom Shetrit says: " I met the last woman living in the Mellah (the Jewish quarter) of Marrakesh, with her husband. To my stupid question why are you staying here, she said she's happy there and feels at home "Morocco is good, we have everything we need"; she visits Israel every year but feels no need to move there. " Sami Shalom Shetrit was born in Rashidiya in Morocco. After living in "Israel", he is living today in USA where he teaches hebraic culture. He is a militant against the Zionism and the politics of the "Israeli" state.
Tags: يهود, المغرب, مراكش, إسرائيل, الصهيونية, سامي, شلوم, سطريت, مزراحيم, الهجرة, سفراديم, moroccan, jews, marrakesh, morocco, mellah, sami, shalom, chetrit, ملاح, sionisme, mazal, ouaknine, p
Tétouan, Morocco - the Royal Palace and the Medina [03:19]
The old walled town of Tétouan, known as the medina, is on the World Heritage List. It's all very traditional and there are markets or craftsmen around every corner. A good guide puts it all into context and ours, Mohammed, was full of information and very open about life, religion and history. The video opens with a view of the Royal Palace, and one of the entrances to the medina leads off the public square in front of it. There is a separate video of the Berber Co-Operative which sells handmade carpets and rugs. The city was founded in the 3rd century BC. Around 1305 a city was built here by the Marinid king Abu Thabit. It served as a base for attacks on Ceuta. Around 1400 it was destroyed by the Castilians, because pirates used it for their attacks. By the end of the 15th century it was rebuilt by refugees from the Reconquista (reconquest of Spain, completed by the fall of Granada in 1492), when the Andalusian Moors first reared the walls and then filled the enclosure with houses. It had a reputation for piracy at various times in its history. It was taken on 4 February 1860 by the Spaniards and almost transformed by them into a European city before its evacuation on 2 May 1862, but so hateful were the changes to the Moors that they completely destroyed all vestiges of alteration and reduced the city to its former state. In 1913 it became the capital of the part of Morocco under Spanish protectorate which was governed by the Jalifa (Moroccan prince, serving as Viceroy ...
Tags: Tétouan, Tetouan, Maroc, Morocco, Spain, walled, town, medina, World, Heritage, market, craftsmen, guide, Mohammed, Royal, Palace, carpets, rugs, Sephardi, Jews
Smir, Morocco - Ocean Village Gibraltar-Morocco Rally, 2010 [05:55]
Some clips which should give a decent idea of the fun and games at Smir Marina and of the journey home to Gibraltar. If anyone is unhappy with any of the images shown here, please send a message asking for the video to be re-edited - or for it to be viewed only by those who have the link. There are separate videos on this channel of Tétouan, showing the Royal Palace & Medina and the Berber Carpet Co-Operative.
Tags: Smir, Rally, Marina, Gibraltar, Morocco, Maroc, yachts, motor, boats, Ocean, Village, 2010
Zagora Desert Tour [03:09]
Our trip to Zagora, Morocco; through the High Atlas Mountains and reaching the west Saharan desert.
Tags: zagora, morocco, camel, maroc, marrok, riad, riadreviews, marrakech, rabat, casablanca, essaouira, ouerzazate, tangier, exotic, africa