MOHAMMAD a true patriot has been recognized. By his friends.
By: Mohamed El Hajjam
“Morocco is in my blood. As long I have energy. My dream is bringing you and others together. We are Moroccan”
In this age we living in, where Internet has changed the way we think. It sure did not make me a household name or famous, however; this new technology has helped me not ignore issues that are close to me or to my community the “MOROCCANS”. In some retrospective we became so consumed with what is around us or with Subjects that are not news worthy.
The community is growing, with it more concerns have started to surface. On the other hand Promoters and others activists are looking for ways to bring the community more closely and foster the relationship between them. As an example, a community that exceeds seven thousand in Metropolitan Washington DC, only Few hundreds have show up in every event that has been held for the last decades.
On Friday night and Saturday March 30 and 31, 2001, The promoter known by ***MOHAMMAD***, who has long fought to organize events like this for more than a decade, has finally been recognized for his long hard work by his friends and a Moroccan American Association organization. (In my opinion an organization that is still unfocussed), here in Virginia.
One more time he had organized an event for the Moroccans, this time with (OULAD BOUAZAOUI). A popular Chaabi band from (Morocco). I have asked once if he ever want to give up. He laughed and said: “Morocco is in my blood. As long I have energy. My dream is bringing you and others together. We are Moroccan”. So I have stopped asking him since…
For Mohammad the event was a true modest success, with limited help. He always managed to stay cool and made things look simple ... People usually ask and sometime wonder where are all the Moroccans here? What we should do to make successful events? What we should do to make those events held at the appropriate venues like at the theatres? Where alcohol! Will not be allowed? What we should do to bring our families to attend without being hassled by some unfriendly gesture by some Moroccans…
Mohamed El Hajjam
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