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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 1:40 am    Post subject:

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Morocco is like a forest there is not a real Government


Welcome Emili. Well, at least Raja Casablanca seems to be doing well, they were victorious with the CAF Confederation.


Hello K2 and thank you for your message
but I do not understand what you mean
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 1:42 am    Post subject:

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Yes thank you for the totally legitimate first-hand account, inconspicuous Morroccan lurker!

LongBeachPoly wrote:
How does one go about identifying a conspicuous Moroccan poster?

Huey Lewis & The News wrote:

>first post is in a "hot" current event thread
>every other post is in the same "hot" thread
>claims to be at/near site of event


Hola Huey Lewis & The News / LongBeachPoly

I am not inconspicuous
I am journalist from Spain and I came to Marrakesh to spend the holidays of the end of the year, I was not far from the crime scene, I am really sad about what happened, and I want to share with you my experience


Hello emililadjet,

Are the hikers still going up the mountain or have they all stopped?
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 1:54 am    Post subject:

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Hello emililadjet,

Are the hikers still going up the mountain or have they all stopped?


Hello LongBeachPoly
I was on Thursday in imlil, the exact place where the crime was done, I went with friends to put flowers for the two Scandinavian girls, I find a lot of tourists and hikers climb again toubkal mountain, but I noticed that there are many policemen, to ensure the safety of tourists
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 2:16 am    Post subject:

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I know it is a slight derailment but
Lookup "Operation AJAX"
The US destruction of Democracy in Iran

Legit info right from military websites
How the US firebombed clerics homes to incite
More violence and blame it on others
And other terrorist violence

And we in the West point and label others as enemy
While we selectively kill/murder/terrorize their population




Hello ContagiousInspiration,
I thank you for the information about "Operation AJAX", because I did not know it. CIA always supported dictatorships.

Another thing Where is benladen, why it was not judging in a trubinal ???
Because al qiaida was made by the CIA


Not made by CIA. They came to fight with the mujahadeen, and the CIA armed them to fight Russians. When the Russians left, some of them moved on to fight their former allies of necessity.

Hello Omar Little
What you say is the official version of the story, but it's the law of reality. I think that BenLaden and al-Baghdadi are agents of the CIA, and i think al moujahidine make the agenda of CIA in afganistant, Syria and europ
There is a very big difference between the terrorist and the legitimate resistance.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 2:30 am    Post subject:

Huey Lewis & The News wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:
Huey Lewis & The News wrote:
Omar Little wrote:
Huey Lewis & The News wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:
Huey Lewis & The News wrote:
Yes thank you for the totally legitimate first-hand account, inconspicuous Morroccan lurker!


How does one go about identifying a conspicuous Moroccan poster?


>first post is in a "hot" current event thread
>every other post is in the same "hot" thread
>claims to be at/near site of event


Kind of like the guy who was “helping” asylum speakers and took the time to tell us they were a “mob” when they got gassed at the border...


that's exactly the guy I was thinking about


I thought no personal attacks allowed around here. Is this thread turning into a witch hunt now?


Much less a personal attack than a cynicism of the likelihood that someone who lives a couple of CVS receipts away from the site of an international powder keg would register an account to discuss it in a foreign language on a Lakers forum.

If the guy is genuine, none of what I've said matters and I would happily apologize and retract.

emililadjet, how did you find this thread?

Hi Huey Lewis & The News
I was searching on google somme informations, ans i find this formu. after, when i saw the topic the two scandinavian girl who are killed in Morocco, I wanted to share with you my experience.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 3:31 am    Post subject:

emililadjet wrote:
K2 wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
Morocco is like a forest there is not a real Government


Welcome Emili. Well, at least Raja Casablanca seems to be doing well, they were victorious with the CAF Confederation.


Hello K2 and thank you for your message
but I do not understand what you mean


Thank you Emili. Heard there’s an immense love and loyalty toward the Raja Club Athletic (RCA) and their rival Wydad. Thought RCA’s recent tournament victories would bring some positivity. However, the chanting/singing of “Fbladi Delmouni“ during the matches suggests there is still a deep mistrust of the government.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 6:57 am    Post subject:

emililadjet wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:


Hello emililadjet,

Are the hikers still going up the mountain or have they all stopped?


Hello LongBeachPoly
I was on Thursday in imlil, the exact place where the crime was done, I went with friends to put flowers for the two Scandinavian girls, I find a lot of tourists and hikers climb again toubkal mountain, but I noticed that there are many policemen, to ensure the safety of tourists


Wow, I thought after what happened, there would be no more hikers. I'm surprised. Thank you for that.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 1:29 pm    Post subject:

emililadjet wrote:
Huey Lewis & The News wrote:
Yes thank you for the totally legitimate first-hand account, inconspicuous Morroccan lurker!

LongBeachPoly wrote:
How does one go about identifying a conspicuous Moroccan poster?

Huey Lewis & The News wrote:

>first post is in a "hot" current event thread
>every other post is in the same "hot" thread
>claims to be at/near site of event


Hola Huey Lewis & The News / LongBeachPoly

I am not inconspicuous
I am journalist from Spain and I came to Marrakesh to spend the holidays of the end of the year, I was not far from the crime scene, I am really sad about what happened, and I want to share with you my experience


I hope you and Huey become friends. That's just a personal wish. I think there's a strong chance that it can happen.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 2:40 pm    Post subject:

LongBeachPoly wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:


Hello emililadjet,

Are the hikers still going up the mountain or have they all stopped?


Hello LongBeachPoly
I was on Thursday in imlil, the exact place where the crime was done, I went with friends to put flowers for the two Scandinavian girls, I find a lot of tourists and hikers climb again toubkal mountain, but I noticed that there are many policemen, to ensure the safety of tourists


Wow, I thought after what happened, there would be no more hikers. I'm surprised. Thank you for that.

Well they probably thought they were safe due to increased police presence and that no sadistic murderers would be dumb enough to kill tourists in a heavily policed area.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 3:06 pm    Post subject:

Raijin wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:


Hello emililadjet,

Are the hikers still going up the mountain or have they all stopped?


Hello LongBeachPoly
I was on Thursday in imlil, the exact place where the crime was done, I went with friends to put flowers for the two Scandinavian girls, I find a lot of tourists and hikers climb again toubkal mountain, but I noticed that there are many policemen, to ensure the safety of tourists


Wow, I thought after what happened, there would be no more hikers. I'm surprised. Thank you for that.

Well they probably thought they were safe due to increased police presence and that no sadistic murderers would be dumb enough to kill tourists in a heavily policed area.


Yeah, somehow this doesn't seem to put me at ease. I don't know if these types of extremist terrorists care about getting caught.

I didn't see the video they posted, but did they cover their faces?
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 10:29 pm    Post subject:

emililadjet wrote:
Omar Little wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
ContagiousInspiration wrote:
I know it is a slight derailment but
Lookup "Operation AJAX"
The US destruction of Democracy in Iran

Legit info right from military websites
How the US firebombed clerics homes to incite
More violence and blame it on others
And other terrorist violence

And we in the West point and label others as enemy
While we selectively kill/murder/terrorize their population




Hello ContagiousInspiration,
I thank you for the information about "Operation AJAX", because I did not know it. CIA always supported dictatorships.

Another thing Where is benladen, why it was not judging in a trubinal ???
Because al qiaida was made by the CIA


Not made by CIA. They came to fight with the mujahadeen, and the CIA armed them to fight Russians. When the Russians left, some of them moved on to fight their former allies of necessity.

Hello Omar Little
What you say is the official version of the story, but it's the law of reality. I think that BenLaden and al-Baghdadi are agents of the CIA, and i think al moujahidine make the agenda of CIA in afganistant, Syria and europ
There is a very big difference between the terrorist and the legitimate resistance.


No, what I say comports with history and Logic. There are many overlapping interests in the Middle East that make for strange alliances. Take the US and Iran fighting Sunni insurgents backed by Saudi money in northern Iraq while the US and the Saudis fight Shia insurgents in Yemen backed by Iran. Simultaneously. The US had a Cold War position against the USSR that coincided with the interests of both the native Afghans and the zealots line Bin Laden. Once the Russians left, those mutual interests dissipated. Remember, both Israel and Egypt were involved too.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 11:10 am    Post subject:

K2 wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
K2 wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
Morocco is like a forest there is not a real Government


Welcome Emili. Well, at least Raja Casablanca seems to be doing well, they were victorious with the CAF Confederation.


Hello K2 and thank you for your message
but I do not understand what you mean


Thank you Emili. Heard there’s an immense love and loyalty toward the Raja Club Athletic (RCA) and their rival Wydad. Thought RCA’s recent tournament victories would bring some positivity. However, the chanting/singing of “Fbladi Delmouni“ during the matches suggests there is still a deep mistrust of the government.


Hello K2
Ahhhhhhh yes, I heard this song, it's the official public song of Raja, I heard also that this song is forbidden in the stadiums.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 11:23 am    Post subject:

LongBeachPoly wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:


Hello emililadjet,

Are the hikers still going up the mountain or have they all stopped?


Hello LongBeachPoly
I was on Thursday in imlil, the exact place where the crime was done, I went with friends to put flowers for the two Scandinavian girls, I find a lot of tourists and hikers climb again toubkal mountain, but I noticed that there are many policemen, to ensure the safety of tourists


Wow, I thought after what happened, there would be no more hikers. I'm surprised. Thank you for that.



Hello LongBeachPoly,
There are always hikers in this place, for tourists we already book, in addition to the month of December receive many tourists to spend the Christmas.
Thank you for your question
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 12:25 pm    Post subject:

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emililadjet wrote:
Huey Lewis & The News wrote:
Yes thank you for the totally legitimate first-hand account, inconspicuous Morroccan lurker!

LongBeachPoly wrote:
How does one go about identifying a conspicuous Moroccan poster?

Huey Lewis & The News wrote:

>first post is in a "hot" current event thread
>every other post is in the same "hot" thread
>claims to be at/near site of event


Hola Huey Lewis & The News / LongBeachPoly

I am not inconspicuous
I am journalist from Spain and I came to Marrakesh to spend the holidays of the end of the year, I was not far from the crime scene, I am really sad about what happened, and I want to share with you my experience


I hope you and Huey become friends. That's just a personal wish. I think there's a strong chance that it can happen.


I hope too become friends with Huey
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 12:44 pm    Post subject:

Raijin wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:


Hello emililadjet,

Are the hikers still going up the mountain or have they all stopped?


Hello LongBeachPoly
I was on Thursday in imlil, the exact place where the crime was done, I went with friends to put flowers for the two Scandinavian girls, I find a lot of tourists and hikers climb again toubkal mountain, but I noticed that there are many policemen, to ensure the safety of tourists


Wow, I thought after what happened, there would be no more hikers. I'm surprised. Thank you for that.

Well they probably thought they were safe due to increased police presence and that no sadistic murderers would be dumb enough to kill tourists in a heavily policed area.


Now after the crime they are a lot of police. I think the mistake of these two girls that he believed that Morocco is like the Scandinavian countries
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 12:50 pm    Post subject:

LongBeachPoly wrote:
Raijin wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
LongBeachPoly wrote:


Hello emililadjet,

Are the hikers still going up the mountain or have they all stopped?


Hello LongBeachPoly
I was on Thursday in imlil, the exact place where the crime was done, I went with friends to put flowers for the two Scandinavian girls, I find a lot of tourists and hikers climb again toubkal mountain, but I noticed that there are many policemen, to ensure the safety of tourists


Wow, I thought after what happened, there would be no more hikers. I'm surprised. Thank you for that.

Well they probably thought they were safe due to increased police presence and that no sadistic murderers would be dumb enough to kill tourists in a heavily policed area.


Yeah, somehow this doesn't seem to put me at ease. I don't know if these types of extremist terrorists care about getting caught.

I didn't see the video they posted, but did they cover their faces?



I'm with you on this point, there's something bizzar about this case. on the video i did not hide their faces, , but I do not advise you to see the video because it is very horrible thise video of execution.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 1:02 pm    Post subject:

Omar Little wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
Omar Little wrote:
emililadjet wrote:
ContagiousInspiration wrote:
I know it is a slight derailment but
Lookup "Operation AJAX"
The US destruction of Democracy in Iran

Legit info right from military websites
How the US firebombed clerics homes to incite
More violence and blame it on others
And other terrorist violence

And we in the West point and label others as enemy
While we selectively kill/murder/terrorize their population




Hello ContagiousInspiration,
I thank you for the information about "Operation AJAX", because I did not know it. CIA always supported dictatorships.

Another thing Where is benladen, why it was not judging in a trubinal ???
Because al qiaida was made by the CIA


Not made by CIA. They came to fight with the mujahadeen, and the CIA armed them to fight Russians. When the Russians left, some of them moved on to fight their former allies of necessity.

Hello Omar Little
What you say is the official version of the story, but it's the law of reality. I think that BenLaden and al-Baghdadi are agents of the CIA, and i think al moujahidine make the agenda of CIA in afganistant, Syria and europ
There is a very big difference between the terrorist and the legitimate resistance.


No, what I say comports with history and Logic. There are many overlapping interests in the Middle East that make for strange alliances. Take the US and Iran fighting Sunni insurgents backed by Saudi money in northern Iraq while the US and the Saudis fight Shia insurgents in Yemen backed by Iran. Simultaneously. The US had a Cold War position against the USSR that coincided with the interests of both the native Afghans and the zealots line Bin Laden. Once the Russians left, those mutual interests dissipated. Remember, both Israel and Egypt were involved too.

you used the right word, it's because the CIA works with all the worlds even with terorists and iranians
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