Kenitra

What is Kenitra known for?


international football

. Mohammed Boussati still holds a national record of goals by scoring 25 goals in one soccer championship season 1981-82. Ajax Kenitra The local indoor soccer club took a lead in representing Morocco in many international indoor soccer tournaments. Many tributes should be paid to Mohammed Nhaida for his role in managing the club. Natives from Kenitra Kenitra was the birthplace of: *Saïd Aouita, Olympic athlete *Amina Ait Hammou, Olympic athlete *Youssef Chippo, International

football player *Margie Cox (Ta Mara and the Seen), American R&B Singer See also * Bouknadel * Hubert Lyautey * Battle for Port Lyautey * Badr Hari Notes and references * First site for the City of Kenitra * Premier Portail d'information de La ville de Kenitra * Entry in Lexicorient * BTS


national record

. Mohammed Boussati still holds a national record of goals by scoring 25 goals in one soccer championship season 1981-82. Ajax Kenitra The local indoor soccer club took a lead in representing Morocco in many international indoor soccer tournaments. Many tributes should be paid to Mohammed Nhaida for his role in managing the club. Natives from Kenitra Kenitra was the birthplace of: *Saïd Aouita, Olympic athlete *Amina Ait Hammou, Olympic athlete *Youssef Chippo, International


hard line

. I think the hard part comes when we try to set a dividing line between acceptable and unacceptable local stories. I don't think, having thought about it more, that my proposals for a hard line are very good, and think a simple recommendation (with examples) would work better. ''' Den dodge (User:Dendodge)''' T (User talk:Dendodge) \ Special:Contributions


outstanding skills

, Morocco residence Miami, USA; Doha, Qatar Early life Saïd Aouita was born on November 2, 1959 in Kenitra, a coastal Moroccan city. Nine years later, he moved along with his family to Fes due to the nature of his father's work. As a child he spent most of his time playing football and wanted to be a great footballer; however, his outstanding skills in running made his coaches foresee a great future in track and field. DATE OF BIRTH 2 November 1959


high speed

in temporarily silencing hostile fire from the Kasba, an old citadel situated on a cliff commanding the mouth of the Sebou. * Tamesna, a historical region in North Africa, that is currently the area between the Moroccan (Morocco) cities of Kenitra and Safi (Safi, Morocco). People from this region are referred to as ''Imesnawen'' in Berber, or ''Mesnawa'' in Moroccan Arabic. * Tamesna, Rabat, a new city created between Rabat, Temara, Skhirat and Ain Aouda, in Morocco. * '''GMMX''' (RAK) – Marrakech-Menara Airport – Marrakech, Marrakech-Tensift-El Haouz * '''GMMY''' (NNA) – Kenitra Air Base (Third Royal Air Force Base) – Kenitra, Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen * '''GMMZ''' (OZZ) – Ouarzazate Airport – Ouarzazate, Souss-Massa-Draâ He came from a modest Berber family, was born in a small village called Adouz near Al-Hoceima in north Morocco. He was schooled at the International Israelite Alliance which sponsored people from underprivileged backgrounds. He then passed his baccalaureate in Kenitra and Rabat. He then headed for France, where he pursued a literature major. '''Ajax Kenitra''' is a futsal club based in Kenitra, Morocco. After several months of hiding, Abraham Serfaty and Abdellatif Zeroual were arrested again in 1974. After their arrest, Abdellatif Zeroual died, a victim of torture. In October 1974, at "Derb Moulay Chérif", center of "interrogation" (torture) à Casablanca, Abraham Serfaty was one of the five culprits sentenced to life in prison. He was officially charged with “plotting against the State’s security”, but the heavy sentence seemed to have been more a result for his attitude against the annexing of the Western Sahara, even if this motif did not appear in the official indictment, than his political activism. He then served seventeen years at the Kenitra prison, where, thanks to Danielle Mitterrand's help, he was able to marry his biggest supporter, Christine Daure (Christine Daure-Serfaty). Ferroukhi was born in Kenitra. He gained exposure with his 1992 short film ''L'Exposé'', which won the Kodak Prize at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival. Following, Ferroukhi co-wrote the Cédric Kahn film ''Trop de Bonheur'' (1994). :::::*I think you're probably right. A vague guideline is better than an en.wp-style hard policy. Cases should be assessed on their individual merits, not against a checklist of bureaucratic criteria. The last thing I want to do is ban local news. I think the hard part comes when we try to set a dividing line between acceptable and unacceptable local stories. I don't think, having thought about it more, that my proposals for a hard line are very good, and think a simple recommendation (with examples) would work better. ''' Den dodge (User:Dendodge)''' T (User talk:Dendodge) \ C (Special:Contributions Dendodge) 21:21, 12 November 2009 (UTC) *Methinks it be the story, not the paper that reports it, that makes the difference. Rabat Chaîne


field

Base thumb Air base of Kenitra: Public works and maintenance department (File:Kenitra American Base.jpg) In November 1942, after Operation Torch, the Americans (United States) captured the Port Lyautey French (Vichy France) fighter base as a military base, named Craw Field (Kenitra Airport). The Navy ran the base until 1947, when the State Department negotiated reversion of control to France. In 1950, a $23,000,000 expansion was authorized, but then the Korean War diverted

; ref of the United States Navy (USN) completed the first transatlantic crossing by non-rigid airships (Blimp). The two K-ships (K-123 and K-130) left South Weymouth, MA (South Weymouth Naval Air Station) on May 28, 1944 and flew approximately 16 hours to Naval Station Argentia, Newfoundland. From Argentia, the blimps flew approximately 22 hours to Lagens Field (Lajes Field) on Terceira Island in the Azores. The final leg of the first transatlantic crossing was about a 20-hour

flight from the Azores to Craw Field (Kenitra Airport) in Port Lyautey (Kenitra), French Morocco. Kline, R. C. and Kubarych, S. J., Blimpron 14 Overseas, 1944, Naval Historical Center, Navy Yard, Washington, D. C. - NNA GMMY Kenitra Airport Kenitra, Morocco - In February 1992, after a 27-year exile in Kenitra, 15 miles north of Morocco's capital Rabat, the military invited him back to become chairman of the High Council


time playing

, Morocco residence Miami, USA; Doha, Qatar Early life Saïd Aouita was born on November 2, 1959 in Kenitra, a coastal Moroccan city. Nine years later, he moved along with his family to Fes due to the nature of his father's work. As a child he spent most of his time playing football and wanted to be a great footballer; however, his outstanding skills in running made his coaches foresee a great future in track and field. DATE OF BIRTH 2 November 1959 PLACE OF BIRTH Kenitra, Morocco DATE OF DEATH Naval Combat Demolition Units In September 1942, 17 Navy salvage personnel arrived at ATB Little Creek (Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek), Virginia for a one-week concentrated course on demolitions, explosive cable cutting and commando raiding techniques. On November 10, 1942, this first combat demolition unit succeeded in cutting a cable and net barrier across the Wadi Sebou River during Operation Torch in North Africa (North African Campaign). Their actions enabled the in temporarily silencing hostile fire from the Kasba, an old citadel situated on a cliff commanding the mouth of the Sebou. * Tamesna, a historical region in North Africa, that is currently the area between the Moroccan (Morocco) cities of Kenitra and Safi (Safi, Morocco). People from this region are referred to as ''Imesnawen'' in Berber, or ''Mesnawa'' in Moroccan Arabic. * Tamesna, Rabat, a new city created between Rabat, Temara, Skhirat and Ain Aouda, in Morocco. * '''GMMX''' (RAK) – Marrakech-Menara Airport – Marrakech, Marrakech-Tensift-El Haouz * '''GMMY''' (NNA) – Kenitra Air Base (Third Royal Air Force Base) – Kenitra, Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen * '''GMMZ''' (OZZ) – Ouarzazate Airport – Ouarzazate, Souss-Massa-Draâ He came from a modest Berber family, was born in a small village called Adouz near Al-Hoceima in north Morocco. He was schooled at the International Israelite Alliance which sponsored people from underprivileged backgrounds. He then passed his baccalaureate in Kenitra and Rabat. He then headed for France, where he pursued a literature major. '''Ajax Kenitra''' is a futsal club based in Kenitra, Morocco. After several months of hiding, Abraham Serfaty and Abdellatif Zeroual were arrested again in 1974. After their arrest, Abdellatif Zeroual died, a victim of torture. In October 1974, at "Derb Moulay Chérif", center of "interrogation" (torture) à Casablanca, Abraham Serfaty was one of the five culprits sentenced to life in prison. He was officially charged with “plotting against the State’s security”, but the heavy sentence seemed to have been more a result for his attitude against the annexing of the Western Sahara, even if this motif did not appear in the official indictment, than his political activism. He then served seventeen years at the Kenitra prison, where, thanks to Danielle Mitterrand's help, he was able to marry his biggest supporter, Christine Daure (Christine Daure-Serfaty). Ferroukhi was born in Kenitra. He gained exposure with his 1992 short film ''L'Exposé'', which won the Kodak Prize at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival. Following, Ferroukhi co-wrote the Cédric Kahn film ''Trop de Bonheur'' (1994). :::::*I think you're probably right. A vague guideline is better than an en.wp-style hard policy. Cases should be assessed on their individual merits, not against a checklist of bureaucratic criteria. The last thing I want to do is ban local news. I think the hard part comes when we try to set a dividing line between acceptable and unacceptable local stories. I don't think, having thought about it more, that my proposals for a hard line are very good, and think a simple recommendation (with examples) would work better. ''' Den dodge (User:Dendodge)''' T (User talk:Dendodge) \ C (Special:Contributions Dendodge) 21:21, 12 November 2009 (UTC) *Methinks it be the story, not the paper that reports it, that makes the difference. Rabat Chaîne Inter reporting on bus strikes on the 55B bus route between Kenitra (w:Kenitra) and Rabat (w:Rabat) doth not a good story for an international market make. OTOH, should Sa Majesté Mohammed VI (w:Mohammed VI of Morocco) be killed in a terrorist explosion, I'd use them as one of the sources (yes I know, the BBC would probably report on that, but I think you get my point). --Александр Дмитрий (Alexandr Dmitri) (User:AlexandrDmitri) (talk (User talk:AlexandrDmitri)) 21:03, 12 November 2009 (UTC)


political activism

sentenced to life in prison. He was officially charged with “plotting against the State’s security”, but the heavy sentence seemed to have been more a result for his attitude against the annexing of the Western Sahara, even if this motif did not appear in the official indictment, than his political activism. He then served seventeen years at the Kenitra prison, where, thanks to Danielle Mitterrand's help, he was able to marry his biggest supporter, Christine Daure (Christine Daure-Serfaty). Ferroukhi was born in Kenitra. He gained exposure with his 1992 short film ''L'Exposé'', which won the Kodak Prize at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival. Following, Ferroukhi co-wrote the Cédric Kahn film ''Trop de Bonheur'' (1994). :::::*I think you're probably right. A vague guideline is better than an en.wp-style hard policy. Cases should be assessed on their individual merits, not against a checklist of bureaucratic criteria. The last thing I want to do is ban local news. I think the hard part comes when we try to set a dividing line between acceptable and unacceptable local stories. I don't think, having thought about it more, that my proposals for a hard line are very good, and think a simple recommendation (with examples) would work better. ''' Den dodge (User:Dendodge)''' T (User talk:Dendodge) \ C (Special:Contributions Dendodge) 21:21, 12 November 2009 (UTC) *Methinks it be the story, not the paper that reports it, that makes the difference. Rabat Chaîne Inter reporting on bus strikes on the 55B bus route between Kenitra (w:Kenitra) and Rabat (w:Rabat) doth not a good story for an international market make. OTOH, should Sa Majesté Mohammed VI (w:Mohammed VI of Morocco) be killed in a terrorist explosion, I'd use them as one of the sources (yes I know, the BBC would probably report on that, but I think you get my point). --Александр Дмитрий (Alexandr Dmitri) (User:AlexandrDmitri) (talk (User talk:AlexandrDmitri)) 21:03, 12 November 2009 (UTC)


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Genie Informatique Lycee Technique Ibn Sina * Association Nationale des Professeurs Agreges du Maroc - ANAPAM - * Pictures of U.S. Naval base facilities in Kenitra * Histoire de Kenitra Port-Lyautey en images de 1911 au 1956 * http: mimouniouafae.webs.com photos de kenitra


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route to NAS Bermuda (Naval Air Station Bermuda), the Azores, and Port Lyautey where they arrived on 1 May 1945 as replacements for Blimp Squadron ZP-14. Kline, R. C. and Kubarych, S. J., Blimpron 14 Overseas, 1944, Naval Historical Center, Navy Yard, Washington, D. C. Tazmamart Prison was built in 1972, in temporarily silencing hostile fire from the Kasba, an old citadel situated on a cliff commanding the mouth of the Sebou. * Tamesna, a historical region in North Africa, that is currently the area between the Moroccan (Morocco) cities of Kenitra and Safi (Safi, Morocco). People from this region are referred to as ''Imesnawen'' in Berber, or ''Mesnawa'' in Moroccan Arabic. * Tamesna, Rabat, a new city created between Rabat, Temara, Skhirat and Ain Aouda, in Morocco. * '''GMMX''' (RAK) – Marrakech-Menara Airport – Marrakech, Marrakech-Tensift-El Haouz * '''GMMY''' (NNA) – Kenitra Air Base (Third Royal Air Force Base) – Kenitra, Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen * '''GMMZ''' (OZZ) – Ouarzazate Airport – Ouarzazate, Souss-Massa-Draâ He came from a modest Berber family, was born in a small village called Adouz near Al-Hoceima in north Morocco. He was schooled at the International Israelite Alliance which sponsored people from underprivileged backgrounds. He then passed his baccalaureate in Kenitra and Rabat. He then headed for France, where he pursued a literature major. '''Ajax Kenitra''' is a futsal club based in Kenitra, Morocco. After several months of hiding, Abraham Serfaty and Abdellatif Zeroual were arrested again in 1974. After their arrest, Abdellatif Zeroual died, a victim of torture. In October 1974, at "Derb Moulay Chérif", center of "interrogation" (torture) à Casablanca, Abraham Serfaty was one of the five culprits sentenced to life in prison. He was officially charged with “plotting against the State’s security”, but the heavy sentence seemed to have been more a result for his attitude against the annexing of the Western Sahara, even if this motif did not appear in the official indictment, than his political activism. He then served seventeen years at the Kenitra prison, where, thanks to Danielle Mitterrand's help, he was able to marry his biggest supporter, Christine Daure (Christine Daure-Serfaty). Ferroukhi was born in Kenitra. He gained exposure with his 1992 short film ''L'Exposé'', which won the Kodak Prize at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival. Following, Ferroukhi co-wrote the Cédric Kahn film ''Trop de Bonheur'' (1994). :::::*I think you're probably right. A vague guideline is better than an en.wp-style hard policy. Cases should be assessed on their individual merits, not against a checklist of bureaucratic criteria. The last thing I want to do is ban local news. I think the hard part comes when we try to set a dividing line between acceptable and unacceptable local stories. I don't think, having thought about it more, that my proposals for a hard line are very good, and think a simple recommendation (with examples) would work better. ''' Den dodge (User:Dendodge)''' T (User talk:Dendodge) \ C (Special:Contributions Dendodge) 21:21, 12 November 2009 (UTC) *Methinks it be the story, not the paper that reports it, that makes the difference. Rabat Chaîne Inter reporting on bus strikes on the 55B bus route between Kenitra (w:Kenitra) and Rabat (w:Rabat) doth not a good story for an international market make. OTOH, should Sa Majesté Mohammed VI (w:Mohammed VI of Morocco) be killed in a terrorist explosion, I'd use them as one of the sources (yes I know, the BBC would probably report on that, but I think you get my point). --Александр Дмитрий (Alexandr Dmitri) (User:AlexandrDmitri) (talk (User talk:AlexandrDmitri)) 21:03, 12 November 2009 (UTC)

Kenitra

'''Kenitra''' (Moroccan Arabic: '''القنيطرة''', ''the little bridge''; Berber (Berber language) name: ''Qniṭra'') is a city in northern Morocco, formerly (1932–1956) known as '''Port Lyautey'''. It is a port on the Sebou River, has a population in 2004 of 359,142 and is the capital (Capital (political)) of the Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen region. During the Cold War Kenitra's U.S. Naval Air Facility served as a stopping point in North Africa.

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