Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Morocco announced a youth group sings music of "rap" the city of Larache (northern Morocco) for its rejection of an Israeli offer for a concert in Tel Aviv.
A group "of Laraboyz" which is composed of three young men, in a press statement that an Israeli company to organize concerts presented by the revival of special concert in Tel Aviv, but interviewed rejected the offer, the absolute.
The director of the group Othman Benjelloun of the island revealed that the group rejected the offer, describing Bamori "without thinking", he promised that a natural response to display of "kill children and women."
The Ben Jelloun, the position of his group in keeping with the principles which it believes, adding that the group has released more than a song denouncing the practices of the Israeli occupation in Palestine.
He pointed out that refusing to sing in Israel "brought joy to the hearts of the people", earned them the respect of everyone, and expressed surprise at his selection for the Israelis to sing in Tel Aviv.
Ben Jelloun said that the group would not respond to the Israeli offer, because "the Israeli message did not reach" as he put it, and expected to win the group song on this subject.
This has created a comfortable position in the community who follow the group, and the anti-normalization activists in Morocco, especially in light of reports about the participation of some artists to perform concerts in Israel.
Ben Jelloun said that the Group's position is consistent with the principles of the (Al-Jazeera Net)
An isolated group
He described the Moroccan artist cynical Ahmed Snoussi artists who deal with Israel to "type isolated" and "losers" who have no link with the public in the case of Morocco, said of the island revealed that these artists "did not print the" days with the Moroccan people and with the major issues.
He was surprised by some of the Sanusi Moroccan artists normalization with Israel while refusing artists and intellectuals, Nobel laureates deal with Israel.
He Snoussi that "material gain" of the main reasons why the artist is heading for normalization of relations, noting that some "artists Almtabain" well aware of the fact that Israel, they are trying to satisfy what he called "lobbies information imposed to pass through Israel before receiving any awards or Western support.
Sanusi warned of the lobby and what he described as "weak", attempts to "penetrate" the body art of Morocco, said that his plan will fail, as the Arab nations refused to deal with Israel, and graduated in the millions to denounce its crimes.
For his part, noted film critic Ahmed Sijilmassi to "semi-professional consensus" on Morocco's rejection of all forms of normalization, despite visits by some of the names-how to Israel from time to time, considering it visits "do not represent only their respective owners."
Sijilmassi said the island revealed that such visits do not have a major impact, because of the "fade" a sense of nationalism and national levels, and attributed it to the preoccupation of people everyday problems that Onsthm high correlation with all that is national.
Simony Cherkaoui back the art of the most important tools Israeli penetration (IRIN - Archive)
Khalid described the simony Cherkaoui member of the Secretariat of the Working Group for Iraq and Palestine, the position of artists who reject normalization with Israel as "brave."
He assured the island revealed that it is not possible to accept coexistence with the Israelis, as long as Israel kills .We do not respond to decisions of international organizations and denounced at the same time share some artists in the artistic or cultural activities in Israel, and describes what to do shameful behavior. "
He said that the art of simony the most important tools by which Israel is trying to "penetrate" the Arab peoples, and pointed to the existence of a large proportion of artists who are not interested in money and fame, as much as interested in "noble position."
Morocco, who had closed the Israeli liaison office in Rabat on 23 October 2000, the Moroccan Office in Tel Aviv after the outbreak of the second Palestinian Intifada