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Here i want to comment and event that have come from ten years or less and thats come fróm the digilization masiveof archive7794648210_ZPMarruecos2003mapafronterasconEspana.jpg.8d08e507d77f7594205e02bda7488d3a.jpgs. If i begjn this conversation in an english forum it is because is the only forum i know. And is better that they can say something about. I leave a photo of something that can happen now. It is not policy, it is History of the world. 

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Even though you don't come-out and say it, I assume you're talking about the influx of Moroccan muslims into Spain  threatening to destabilize the country socially and politically.  I read that most Spainiards believe this growing muslim minority wants to establish dominance not only in North Africa but also wants to create an islamic state in southern Spain... a modern Moorish Empire, so to speak. Is this what you're trying to present here, or are you trying to say that the sea-levels are going to rise due to the melting polar ice-cap?       

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spain and morocco have been inextricably linked since the end of the Visigothic monarchy. Until Reyes Catholica Spain had some form of Muslim rule for 700 years revhinv its peak around the millenium

Then on Spain had some form of rule in morocco and the western Sahara until the 1970s, there are still a few  N African enclaves to this day. Morocco will always play  a part in spanish affairs.

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