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Malika Oufkir
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Malika Oufkir

Daughter of Fatima and Muhamma and Fatima Oufkir, she was taken to live in the palace of King Hassan II as a young girl. Malika, who shared an incredibly close bond with her mother, was homesick and hated being away from home despite the opulent lifestyle. She remained in the palace for many years and was somewhat wild prior to the family's arrest. She often slipped out at night, managing to have an active nightlife while usually maintaining reasonable grades in her studies. She enjoyed dressing up in the fashions of the day, including miniskirts and shorts. It was Malika who talked to her father just prior to his death. Malika was a strong person and became the foundation of her family during their incarceration. She organized plays, provided daily school lessons, and even insisted on good table manners in order to provide some semblance of family...

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