Morocco, victory for the Islamists
"Do I scare you?"
"Not at all! What would you say that?"
The victory of the Justice and Development Party (PJD) in the Moroccan elections of 25 November confirms the rude health of Islamist-inspired movements in North Africa, highlighting questions raised in Europe in the wake of the Arab revolutions.
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