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Screening of a film about French-Moroccan activist Latifa Ibn Ziaten in Marrakesh

27.10.2017 / Created by ESRAVM
Screening of a film about French-Moroccan activist Latifa Ibn Ziaten in Marrakesh

For the first time, the film recounting the journey of Mrs. Latifa Ibn Ziaten "Latifa, the heart in combat" will be screened in Morocco on November 9, 2017 at 18H at the ESAV (School of Visual Arts of Marrakesh). Madame latifa Ibn Ziaten will lead a meeting at the end of the screening.

Latifa Ibn Ziaten is a Franco-Moroccan association leader.

She is the mother of Imad Ibn Ziaten, the first soldier assassinated in Toulouse by terrorist Mohammed Merah on March 11, 2012.

Since the sinister murder of her son, she has created the association Imad-Ibn-Ziaten for youth and for peace, with the aim of helping young people in marginalized neighborhoods, and promoting secularism and interreligious dialigue.


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