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Old August 13th, 2014, 07:18 PM   #21
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Pensaba que existía un tratado limítrofe firmado entre ambos países
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Lo existe.
España tiene la ultima valla practicamente donde acaba el territorio. Luego estan las vallas posteriores.
De ahi viene el comentario del defensor del pueblo de que en cuanto se pasa la primera valla ya se esta en España (con todo lo que implica legalmente) y no cuando se pasa la ultima como afirmaba el ministro del interior.
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Old August 21st, 2014, 07:37 PM   #23
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¿Y cuántos kilómetros hay entre una valla y otra?
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¿Y cuántos kilómetros hay entre una valla y otra?


Unos 4 o 5 metros, pero una vez que saltas la primera valla ya estas técnicamente en España.



Aunque Marruecos esta empezando a construir su propia valla...


Foto de http://elalminardemelilla.com/2014/0...a-doble-valla/

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Old October 8th, 2014, 11:53 AM   #27
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Con ganas, porque de otra manera no se puede...

Dos zaragozanos cumplieron el reto de cruzar los teóricamente 14 km. del estrecho, que acabaron en 18 debido a las olas que les cambiaban el rumbo, llegando a Ceuta antes de ayer

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La foto es de Tarifa, antes de salir... no sé si en Ceuta tendrían esa cara tan alegre


Desde luego, bravo por ellos. En las Olimpiadas la carrera máxima de natación son 10 km y en aguas tranquilas
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Old October 9th, 2014, 04:08 PM   #28
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Tell me in Spain the teacher can wearing Hijab ??
on this video on 1:54 mn we see teachers wearing...

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Old October 9th, 2014, 10:10 PM   #29
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I really do not know.

the only news I've read is being fobidden to go to class with a Burkha, but nothing related to what you ask.

Furthermore, Muslim inmigration in Spain is not as big as in France, for instance, as well as there are other countries and cultures with a greater number of inmigrants. That's why barely you will read news about it.

In adittion... to my best knowledge, since 1996 it is possible to study Muslim religion as an official subject in High school. You can choice between Ethic and Religion and in case of Religion you are entitled to choose it... if possible.
I remark "if possible" because it requires a minimum of pupils to teach Muslim religion for a class and I've googled and... there are only 46 teachers all around Spain for it.



Does anyone have more information about it?

¿Hay alguien que tenga más información sobre esto?
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I really do not know.

the only news I've read is being fobidden to go to class with a Burkha, but nothing related to what you ask.

Furthermore, Muslim inmigration in Spain is not as big as in France, for instance, as well as there are other countries and cultures with a greater number of inmigrants. That's why barely you will read news about it.

In adittion... to my best knowledge, since 1996 it is possible to study Muslim religion as an official subject in High school. You can choice between Ethic and Religion and in case of Religion you are entitled to choose it... if possible.
I remark "if possible" because it requires a minimum of pupils to teach Muslim religion for a class and I've googled and... there are only 46 teachers all around Spain for it.



Does anyone have more information about it?

¿Hay alguien que tenga más información sobre esto?


Ok, this weekend I'm going to Spain to visit my family.
They live in Catalonia, I will ask my cousin.

I am curious to know if and Spain is more tolerant than France on the issue of Hijab.
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Be sure it is, as far as it is not usual to see religious clothes anywhere.

I googled where in Spain those 48 Muslim religion teachers are located and they are in Ceuta, Melilla, Andalucia and Aragon.
I said... WTF!!! where in my region? Had no news. I tried to make a guess about the school where they were and was wrong. They are three teachers (2,5 'cos one of them is only partially teaching) are in a new real state area outside city centre.

http://www.elmundo.es/espana/2014/05...61f8b4582.html
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Old February 13th, 2015, 12:03 PM   #32
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El Supremo abre un proceso penal a Imbroda
Investiga la contratación de un letrado externo al que pagó 357.000 euros

Imputa al presidente de la ciudad autónoma de Melilla (PP) por presunta prevaricación
http://www.elmundo.es/espana/2015/02...0438b458d.html




Esto es un suma y sigue contra altos cargos autonómicos
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Old March 22nd, 2015, 12:28 AM   #33
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“Quienes deciden cuáles son los contenidos en las clases de religión son las entidades religiosas”, asegura la diputada del Grupo Coalición por Melilla, Dunia Almansouri
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Que el currículum educativo de Melilla se adapte a la lengua tamazight para que los niños bilingües de la ciudad "tengan las mismas competencias" en tamazight y en castellano. Esto es lo que ayer pidió en rueda de prensa la diputada del Grupo Coalición por Melilla (CPM), Dunia Almansouri, que consideró que el "principal problema" que hay en las aulas es que a los niños cuya lengua materna es el tamazight "se les pretende enseñar directamente en castellano".
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En cierta forma es algo que se realiza en otras comunidades autonomas. Si la implantacion y legado de esta cultura esta arraigada me parece una propuesta muy coherente
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Old April 3rd, 2015, 01:34 AM   #35
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Ok, this weekend I'm going to Spain to visit my family.
They live in Catalonia, I will ask my cousin.

I am curious to know if and Spain is more tolerant than France on the issue of Hijab.
Hiyab, yes. In the regions in which there's larger Muslim population, now it's not really a problem (attention: it's not a problem, but not everybody likes it).
In the beginning it was a bit of a... how to put it... it felt like "dressing like grannie in the little village up the mountains" (many of our great-grandmothers in rural areas used to wear a scarf). But you know, it's just fashion.
The other day I saw a small children's school group, and the teacher was wearing a hiyab with a long dress (not quite a Niqab, somewhere in between, and it was coloured, not black). Personally, I'm fine with that as long as it's a free choice.
And now most people don't care. After soooo many years, it was a bit of a shock in the first days, but not now.

Niqab... you find them from time to time (but not often at all, and crisis has made them rarer, partly due to emigration, partly due to the need to find a job), but it's not well accepted anyway.

Burka is rare, and it is not well accepted in the slightest.

We're a country that loves gossip, you know, so we like to see people's faces. And I bet that it would be the same had Al-Andalus not fallen apart.
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¿Se puede saber qué porcentaje de gente ha votado por correo y, globalmente, los resultados?

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El delegado del gobierno en Ceuta ha fallecido de cáncer

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Feliz dia de ntra. Sra. De Africa a todos los ceuties
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Incendio grande en Ceuta



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Las últimas noticias hablaban de que el incendio en el Monte de la Tortuga estaba controlado. Siguen trabajando en su extinción. #IFCeuta
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