Hafid Bouazza

Male, TV Actor

1970 –

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Who is Hafid Bouazza?

Hafid Bouazza is a Moroccan-Dutch writer. Bouazza came to the Netherlands in October 1977 as a seven-year-old boy. He lived with his parents in the village Arkel, near Gorinchem, until he went to study Arabic language and literature at the University of Amsterdam. He received the E. du Perron prize for his 1996 debut De voeten van Abdullah. Later works include Momo and Solomon, in 2001 Een beer in bontjas; the play adaptions Apollien, De slachting in Parijs and Othello; and Het monster met de twee ruggen : een kameropera. His 2004 novel Paravion won the 2004 "De Gouden Uil" prize. His novel Spotvogel appeared in 2009, after years of silence. Bouazza, an atheist, is known for his criticism of Islam. His sister Hassnae is a noted journalist.

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Mar 8, 1970
  • Universiteit van Amsterdam

on July 23, 2013


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