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Lara maroc was born in Los Angeles and has lived in Morocco, India and the US. She is fluent sweedish men in Arabic and French and can speak with a good level of fluency. She has been a writer and translator in Morocco and America for more than 15 years. She is the author of several popular online Moroccan magazines and is also fluent in English. She was featured in a French magazine, The Maghreb (published by the National Center for Research and Documentation on Muslim Culture).
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