Thales: Moroccans are angry after being accused of “insulting” Moroccan women. What’s the story?

Abdul Ali Lamhar

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Abdul Ali Lamhar

The name of the Moroccan comedian, “Abdelali Lamhar”, known as “Talis”, topped social networking sites in Morocco after he was accused of “insulting” Moroccan women.

This came after a comic link presented by Talis during a ceremony honoring the Moroccan national team coach, Walid Regraki, and his players for their achievement in the Qatar World Cup 2022, in the presence of the President of the Royal Moroccan Football University, Faouzi El-Kagaa, and the Minister of Culture, Mohamed Mahdi Bensaïd, along with the players, Yahya Gebran, Yahya Atiyatallah, and Radha. Technological, in addition to other sporting events.

In a paragraph that was supposed to be humorous, Abdelali Lamhar made insulting statements, as he talked about “Moroccan cheerleaders during the World Cup, using phrases that degrade the value of women and incite harassment.”

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Sana Akroud

Talis’ statements sparked angry reactions on social networks, to the extent that the artist, Sanaa Akroud, broke her silence by posting on Instagram.

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