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@les_badadistes

Weekend et détente 😍😍 #les_badadistes

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@okisetianadewi

Sejarah Islam masuk ke Maroko Maroko atau Maghrib (al-Mamlakah al-Magribiyah/ kerjaan barat) adalah Kerajan Islam di kawasan Afrika Utara; Ibu kotanya Rabat dengan luas wilayah kurang lebih 458.730 km2, penduduknya 34.721.000 (2006) dibagian timur berbatasan berbatasan dengan Aljazair dan tenggara dengan Sahara Barat, sebelah barat berbatasan Samudra Atlantik, dan Gibraltar di utara. Bahasa Arab merupakan bahasa resmi dan diperkaya dengan beberapa bahasa seperti bahasa Berber, Perancis dan Spanyol. Mayoritas penduknya menganut agama Islam (98.7%), Kristen (1.1%) dan minoritas Yahudi. Sebelum Islam masuk, negeri yang berada di Afrika bagian utara itu hanyalah sebuah wilayah yang keadaan masyarakatnya terbelakang. Saat itu wilayah yang sempat dikuasai Kekaisaran Romawi, lalu beralih ke tangan Vandals, Visigoth, dan Imperium Bizantium itu cukup memerihatinkan dari berbagai sisi kehidupannya. Namun sejak islam berhasil menaklukan maroko, Maroko mempunyai peranan besar dalam sejarah islam, terutama dalam penyebaran islam di wilayah afrika utara, dan sebagai pintu gerbang masuknya islam ke spanyol , eropa. Namun masa jahiliyah itu secara perlahan berakhir tatkala cahaya Islam mulai menyinari negeri itu pada abad tujuh masehi. Pada 670 M, Uqba Ibnu Naif, seorang dai Islam sekaligus utusan dari Dinasti Umayyah, memimpin pasukan Islam memasuki wilayah itu. Peradaban tinggi Islam pun akhirnya menyinari negeri yang terletak di antara Laut Mediteranea, Sahara, dan Samudra Atlantik itu. Namun, berkembangnya Islam di negeri itu bukan tanpa rintangan. Pasukan Islam butuh sekitar 53 tahun untuk menguasai sepenuhnya daerah tersebut. Dan butuh satu abad untuk berasimilasi dengan penduduk asli tersebut, suku barbar.

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@mylifesatravelmovie

The inspiration for my (made-up) Moroccan Ball we had in Fes came from this partially restored (haunted) palace I stayed at last year!😻💃🏼 👻 . As I waltzed around it by myself, I could feel the energy of what must have gone on in this hand-tiled courtyard hundreds of years ago when the first Prime Minister inhabited this 100-room palace. . This is not a site you’ll see on any tour of Fes (well, aside from mine next year) because it’s an actual residence, and you have to book it far in advance. There’s also only a couple rooms restored out of the 100 (and they’re DEF haunted, does anyone remember that??) . I don’t know why I feel such a strong pull to this particular place (other than that it’s an epic PALACE), but it inspires me to keep seeking hidden gems around the world....and maybe investing in them so I can bring mah people there! . PS if you missed my Stories from our Moroccan Ball in Fes a couple days ago, watch it on my highlights, it’s beyond epic!!!! 😻💃🏼💖 . #palacelife #fes #fez #morocco #mylifesatravelTRIBE #mylifesatravelmovie #alyssaramostravels #visitmorocco #beautifuldestinations

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@safae_beauty_officielle

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@nouhailaelkalai.official

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@faty.t.j.h

L’envie avant les avis .

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@rosy_chanel_official

I miss a rose💐

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@badr_ezzirary

Si Tu Veux Que Ta #Vie Soit #Bella#MaQuille_La Toi Même 😊

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@marcscottemery

I buy a gram of hash on the train for $30 CN ( much more than I sold it for in my Church St Cannabis Culture dispensary back in 2017!) but it’s pretty good. After not smoking anything for 8 days, this hash is a pleasant high indeed. The breeze on the terrace with castles, palaces, city walls, gardens, in my view, while I hear Arabic music vibrating in this cool moonlit midnight air. Nice hash. Feels very exotic out here. It occurs to me the last Arabic place I was in was Egypt in 1975 when I was 17. On a school trip, a wonderful romantic experience having the zap of far away lands like Greece, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, & Israel imprinted in me. Two days in Egypt: March 21 & 22, 1975. That’s the sum of my time in Arabic cultures. Morocco reminds me how intriguing, surprising and beautiful this Arabic, Berber culture can be. ( Note: I have spent many years, well, three years of my life visiting and living in Islamic cultures; Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Turkey, Lebanon, they are not Arabic cultures though. Most Moroccans are devout Muslims, but there are Jewish communities in each large city, often very ancient Jewish cultures. Morocco has prospered under King Mohamed, the ruling monarch since 1999. Morocco is very up to date in cities and I was surprised at the lovely contemporary architecture as well as preserved buildings like one from the year 1349, a few doors from my riad.

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@driss.nir

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@koukibc

#Caftan

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@ayyoub.essafi

❤ISLAM❤

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@soufaine.h

❤❤

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@the_congolese_man

🔥🔥 #today #mybirthday 🔥🔥💪🏿💪🏿

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@sanaeassala

#L'enfance 🍠 #festival #model #sourire #love #beauty #anniversaire

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