Unformatted text preview: Culture Project: Morocco
● Arabic (80-90%)
● Berber (60-80%)
Deroche, Frédéric (2008-01-01). Les peuples autochtones et leur relation originale à la terre: un
questionnement pour l'ordre mondial (in French). L'Harmattan. Web. 21 Mar. 2017. Phrase: “Sallem ‘ala Joe men ajlee.” // ﻲ
ﺳﻠﱢﻢ ﻋﻠﻰ )ﺟﻮن( ﻣﻦ أﺟﻠ
“Say hello to Joe for me.”
"Linguanaut." Arabic Phrases and Common Sentences. Linguanaut, n.d. Web. 21 Mar. 2017. Religions:
● Sunni Islam (98.7%)
● Christianity (1.1%)
● Judaism (0.2%)
CIA. “Adherent Statistics of World Religions by Country.” Adherent Statistics of World
Religions by Country - ReligionFacts. ReligionFacts, 26 Nov. 2016. Web. 21 Mar. 2017. Recipe: Meatball Tagine ― “Tagine” describes a Moroccan casserole. This recipe includes lamb
meatballs fried with vegetables, which is traditionally served with couscous. "Moroccan Meatball Tagine with Lemon & Olives." BBC Good Food. BBC, 01 Feb. 2012. Web.
21 Mar. 2017. Cultural Trait: While the Moroccan constitution allows freedom of press, its loose wording allows the
government is free to restrict the people. Criticism of the monarchy, Islam, and taboo points of
interest ― such as the status on the Western Sahara ― are forbidden. Those who do not follow
these laws can be subjected to one year in prison and/or fines up to about $12,000. Journalists are
pressured frequently, and the government is quick to threaten with financial harassment to quell
the media. Despite this, people are allowed to openly express their opinions on the internet,
private radio, and satellite broadcasts.
"Morocco | Freedom of Press 2016." Freedom House. Freedom House, 2017. Web. 21 Mar.
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