Let's make our Dadesian kids football players Bless and praise that rising Dadesian football-player,Abdelaziz Barrada,who,during a recent short stay in his home town ,Ait Abdella(a clan 5 kms away from Boumal n Ddades),delighted his own folks when he was wearing his current Spanish Getafe team T-shirt beneath a lightly white jellaba while performing the daily collective prayers. That was an opportunity for the local imam to preach how it comes that God wills to bestow Abdelaziz with strong legs for making money when providing the Dadesian youth with legs merely to glue against walls. Indeed , thanks to Aziz success in the football planet, the Berrada family,which emigrated to France more than 40 years ago,would no longer rely on cutting boards within some French building sites. Well it is high time these generations of emigrants got to know that the key to wealth is not strong arms but strong legs. Sticking to the Dadesian kinship formula that if one brother does well ,the others will benefit from his success, Mohamed Barrada ,the elder brother who spotted Abdel's talents at an early age and thus coached him for much of his career, has defied the Dadesian immigration rigid lines to raise a star. Back home, their story is now cast as a fairly-tale of how a kid of modest roots could one day become a famous football player.”It was always my brother Mohamed who supported me. He is my second father and I feel comfortable with him.....” Aziz kept telling his fans while taking pictures with them in the Dadesian local cafés.....It is his celebrity that has silenced those retired immigrants who used to believe that it was ridiculous to take one's kids abroad for fear that they may become drifters or lose their identities. As for the Dadesian adolescents who failed to immigrate and thus turned out to be drifters and drug dealers in their own home land, they just get to realize that their misery is due not to race or biological matters as their parents would believe ,but to the Moroccan political discriminating matters...... Barrada's reputation was further enhanced by his comfortable stay around with his relatives and the extended family. This was mainly and romantically shown when he went to stay for a while with his grandmother in “Tisslli”(a small clan on the opposite side of the river),where he had a chance to brush up his mother tongue-Tamazight. There ,when gathering around the couscous dishe,Aziz cheered up his own folks when he managed to roll up couscous balls the way he would roll a football. As reported by the gentle brother ,Mohamed ,the other day,Barrad's last visit to his parents home land, the Dades valley ,was meant to adjust and correct some Moroccan press propaganda which has allegedly linked our Dadesian star to a Fezian descent- notably the well-known family of jewelers: the Berradas. Just like many other foothball stars,Aziz Barrada has vivid dreams about the future of his home land. Despite his age (22 years old)- but relying on the everlasting support of the elder brother-,Aziz has expressed his willing to establish an association as a charity supporting access to health care for children in his home town as well as providing this association with funds that will cover some sort of a boarding houses for Dadesian university girls in Marrakech.God save the Dadesian Barradas.”Where there's a will there's a way”. Brahim Ainani-Dades valley.