The Media System in Morocco Based on Raymond Williams ‘Communications’ by Asmae Ourkiya, Morocco

An attempt to discuss the media in Morocco By Asmae Ourkiya Media systems differ from city to another, from country to another and from one type of media to another. According to R. Williams, freedom and control in a media context are too broad to come up with well-defined kinds of communication systems, yet, he … Continue reading The Media System in Morocco Based on Raymond Williams ‘Communications’ by Asmae Ourkiya, Morocco

Beyond the Headlines – The Investigation of the near and far By Ala Oueslati, Tunisia

The war in Syria? Who hasn't heard of the war in Syria? A carnage so painful to witness, yet impossible to ignore. We didn't own a TV to watch what happened in Syria every day. We did however, have something better than TV: WIFI. It is as quick as asking a genie for another wish. … Continue reading Beyond the Headlines – The Investigation of the near and far By Ala Oueslati, Tunisia

Do All Lives Matter? | Yasser, Morocco

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, then you've probably heard about the dispute surrounding the use of the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter. The movement Black Lives Matter was criticized and opposed in the form of a movement entitled 'All Lives Matter,' which suggested the hashtag #AllLivesMatter be used instead as it is unifying and fair to all. This issue, while internal and unique to … Continue reading Do All Lives Matter? | Yasser, Morocco

I Want Justice, Not Honor by Katherine Leff, Israel

Since the murders of nine churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina last week, commentators and reporters in the US have been wrestling with whether to call Dylan Roof a murderer or a terrorist. Some have been quick to label him mentally ill. Others say that to do so discounts the reality of domestic terrorism - especially … Continue reading I Want Justice, Not Honor by Katherine Leff, Israel