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50% illiteracy rate

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in response to reader comment: Between Morocco and Suzan

Submitted by susan (Italy), Sep 7, 2007 at 15:54

"I am not a Morocco expert but I know in Morocco there are less high school drop outs than USA."

when only one in 2 people are going to school, do you even want school drop outs. Reality is that literacy rates in the western world is 99%. Morocco is 50%.

"Also less obesity and arrogance."

there is not a more arrogant person than a muslim so morocco rates pretty high up there. You are another evidence.

Buddah was obese, so what? and you know, it's so racist to be against obese people.

"I know also that Morocco recognized the independence of the USA before your native country did."

so what? Morocco didn't sign the human rights paper like any other western country did, that's why persecutions are ok

"Morocco refuged the Jewish people when your native people persecuted them."รน

And the number of jews in morocco now is .... LOL.

"Check encyclopaedia Britanica!"

I am sorry, there is no Britanica, possibly it's with a double n, but what can you do? 50% of illiteracy rate is hard to beat arak


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