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Thouria Saqqat (1935 Fes-1992) was a Moroccan writer of children's books. She worked as a teacher in Casablanca. [1]


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  1. Hassan al Wazzani (ed). Dalîl al-Kuttâb al-Magâriba A`d:â` Ittih:âd Kuttâb al-Magrib. Rabat: Manshűrât Ittih:âd Kuttâb al-Magrib, 1993, p. 229. (retrieved Feb. 22, 2009)