The Alawites were the first to use a red flag. Previous dynasties, Merinids and Saadians, used a white flag. The flag was hoisted every morning, and descended every evening, floating above the fortresses of Rabat and Sale.
Originally, this star had six branches (Sulayman star), but then it was reduced to 5 branches (pentagram), which allows the Moroccan flag to display the emblem of the 5 pillars of Islam.
Al Watan, Al Malik
( God, Homeland and King )
are final words in the Hymne Chérifien (Hymn
of the Sharif),
which has been the anthem of the Kingdom
of Morocko , even before the country gained its independence
from France, 2 mars 1956. Audio
Upon the death of his father Mohammed
V, King Hassan II succeeded
to the throne in 1961. He ruled Morocco for the next 38 years,
until he died in 1999. His son, King Mohammed VI
assumed the throne in July 1999.
Mohammed VI Amir Al Mouminine
the present King of Morocco.
23 Jul 1999 -
Photos of the Moroccan kings
on walls in national buildings, homes, shops and cafe´s.
The King Mohammed VI and the
ceremony of allegiance. Royal Palace Tetuan
On July 31 2011—a month
after Morocco’s adoption of a new constitution—
King Mohammed VI held the annual bay‘a
ceremony, the most ostentatious
of the monarchy’s traditional displays. Commemorating
the king’s enthronement, bay‘a
features all the pomp of a medieval pledge of fealty: government
officials (along with state and local representatives) line
up before the gates of the royal palace. The gates open, and
the king appears, wearing the traditional white djellaba,
and he passes amid the crowds of officials and dignitaries
who all bow three times before him in a show of allegiance
and shout “Our Lord bestows his blessing
on you!” Source: http://carnegieendowment.org/2012/06/14/symbol-kind-of-monarch/bu2f
FARMAROC : Invité Spécial - Hassan II - 2 mai 1996 (vidéo inédite)
A la memoire d'un roi
Le defunt Roi Hassan II du Maroc
Day Eid (Eid Al-Ârch) celebrates on 30
July the accession to the Moroccan throne of Mohammed
August 20, Morocco
is celebrating the anniversary of "Revolution
of the King and the People”
(Thawratou el maliki wa chaâb ),
which illustrates the heroic struggle of the Alaouite
Throne and the Moroccan people against occupation. On August
20, 1953 the French colonial authorities exiled the late King
Mohammed V and the Royal Family. On November 16, 1955,
the nation of Morocco declared its proclamation of independence.
A fiercer struggle started, to secure the country's economic
and social development, perfect its territorial integrity and
consolidate the rule of law.*Se
The King Mohammed VI birthday
on August 21 also known as Youth Day
-Fête de la Jeunesse (Aid Achabab).
Born on August 21, 1963 in Rabat, king Mohammed VI
was enthroned on July 23, 1999, after the demise of his father,
late king Hassan II.
On 6 November, Green
March Day (Eid Al Massira Al Khadra) is
celebrated to commemorate the Moroccan march into Western Sahara
Al Istiqulal) is celebrated on 18 November,
commemorating the end of the French Protectorate in Morocco.
for National Holidays and Islamic feasts.
LA MONARCHIE ALAOUITE
The marriage of Mohammed
V 1925 Mohammed V ben Youssef, born August 10, 1909
in Fez and died February 26, 1961 in Rabat, was Sultan (1927-1953)
and King (1957-1961) after Morocco's independence in 1956.