Stolen Lives: Twenty Years in a Desert Jail Setting & Symbolism

Malika Oufkir
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Villa Yasmina

This is where Malika and the princess lived as children.

Rabat

This is where the palace was located where Malika lives as a child.

Bir-Jdid

This is where the family was held for many years in a prison and it was from here that Malika escapes with three of her siblings.

Kabila

This is where Malika and Muhammad spend a weekend together just before Muhammad's death.

Casablanca

This is where Malika was when she learned of her father's death.

Assa

This is where Malika and her family were when villagers discovered they were being held prisoner, forcing authorities to move them.

Tamattaght

This is the desert fortress where the family was held for a period of time.

Bir-Jdid

This is where the family was held when four of them escaped, it is about forty-five kilometers from Casablanca.

Tangier

This is where Malika and her siblings were...

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