Abdellatif Laabi
Abdellatif Laâbi is a Moroccan poet, born in 1942 in Fes, Morocco. Laâbi, then teaching French, founded with other poets the artistic journal Souffles, an important literary review in 1966. It was con...
Abdallah ben Aisha
Abdallah ben Aisha, also Abdellah bin Aicha, was a Moroccan Admiral and ambassador to France and England in the 17th century. Abdallah departed for France on 11 November 1698 in order to negotiate a t...
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Yusuf Biscaino
Yusuf Biscaino, also Ahmad b. Abd Allah al-Hayti al-Maruni, was a Morisco in the service of the Moroccan Sultan Mulay Zidan.He was sent as an ambassador to the Low Countries in 1610-11.He met with Pri...
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Mohamed Sibari
Mohamed Sibari (1945 – 28 November 2013) was a Moroccan poet, novelist and translator. He wrote books in both Arabic and Spanish.Sibari was born in Ksar El-Kebir. He was awarded the Spanish National C...
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Tuhami al-Wazzani
Tuhami al-Wazzani (1903–1972) was a Moroccan historian from Tétouan. He is especially well known for his autobiography Al-Zawiyya. This book was first published in episodes in the magazine Al-Rif (fou...
Idriss ibn al-Hassan al-Alami
Idriss ibn al-Hassan al-Alami (1925-2007) (إدريس بن الحسن العلمي) was a Moroccan poet and translator. He is also the author of several books on the Arab language. Among the books he translated into Ar...
Ahmad ibn Qasim Al-Hajarī
Ahmad ibn Qāsim Al-Hajarī (Arabic: أحمد بن قاسم الحجري‎) also known as Al-Hajari, Afoukay, Chihab, Afokai (Arabic: أفوكاي‎) or Afoqai (Arabic: أفوقاي‎) (c.1570, Andalusia...
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