ahmed in la : This video is sad and regrettable. This attack should never have happened in a land of peace and love. Yet, I wonder what a video of Moroccan women, raped in the middle east, would be like, what the video of Moroccans drowning in the Gibraltar Strait would be like or videos of thousands of Moroccans, struggling every day to make a living and to overcome the hardships of their hard life nor a video of expatriate and exiled Moroccans laboring hard, away from family and friends, often for years and decades all fleeing or escaping misery in their beloved country.
All while the Moroccan aristocracy is flourishing on the backs of the underprivileged.
Our thoughts and prayer with all of them, especially, victims of the blast and the families of the lost ones.
I am embarrassed to be a Moroccan in this instance. This should have never been called for, for the perpatrater, to have, possibly, given his life to set off the blast, the knife must have reached the bone, like we say, and only God knows what must have been going on in his life. The wise should learn from this!
Nothing lasts in its condition and no one lives forever.
All should remember the question: ASH GHATGOUL LELLAH (SWT), THE DAY YOU STAND BEFORE HIM?
We keep chanting and displaying the slogan of MAT9ISH BLADI, not knowing that BLADI is ME9YOUSSA from the get go.
ALLAY YERHEM LLI MATOU OU YENSER LHE9.
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