Morocco's Raja Casablanca audience has turned into a unique situation locally and Arably because of the adoption of social initiatives and chanting slogans and chants that go beyond the borders of the green rectangle and terraces to the wider national and Arab space.
After his songs in support of social issues and other central Arab issues such as the question of Palestine, the green community engaged in humanitarian initiatives, most recently heading towards the home of their comrade "Simo" with cancer to support him psychologically in the face of the disease.
Raja 's public is also active in providing social initiatives such as distributing blankets in remote areas of the country during the winter, and school tools to students in needy families with each school season.
Raja supporter Said Benimimoun told Anatolia that Raja's audience is keen to undertake a number of humanitarian initiatives, such as the Simo fan.
At the beginning of each school year, members of the public are obliged to distribute bags and school supplies to students in need and to distribute blankets to the mountainous inhabitants of Morocco during the winter, from their own contributions and their own financial means.
The song "Fi Biladi Zalmouni" for Raja's audience was one of the most prominent songs that went beyond the limits of its stands, and made a number of other audiences hesitate.
The lyrics, released in November 2018, express the suffering of young Moroccans, demanding better conditions and a better life for them.
The song came out of the stands to find what was lost in some protests inside and outside Morocco, as well as a number of Arab singers.
Raja supporter Hamid Soleimani said the songs with political messages are not born today, or are new to Raja Casablanca fans, but go back years ago since they established support groups that were later organized in the form of ultras (mass links).
"Before a song was known in my country that wronged me, which crossed all borders, there was a set of songs and slogans in which the Raja masses express their great political sense and at the same time represent the tongue of oppressed peoples."
Soleimani attested to this with the song "Aysheen Aicha Mahboula, Outlaws of the State", which became popular in 2014, and "Casa Lazmha Assas" (Casablanca needs to guard her), whose fame also moved to Algeria, and is also famous songs.
He explained that the masses also raise slogans in the form of "TiVo" (huge pictures are raised in the stands) with a lot of political messages.
On the other hand, the song "Rajawi Palestinian", which voiced the throats of the Raja Casablanca masses, expresses the state of solidarity and the link between the Palestinian and Moroccan peoples, and the confrontation of Zionism and its normal tools that want to penetrate the general conscience of Moroccans.
Speaking to Anatolia, Moroccan sports researcher Yahia Saidi said that Raja's audience was able to create watching and fun through slogans and cheers.
He stressed that this encouragement takes another direction beyond what is sporting when raising political slogans that carry with it a huge discontent of problems and frustrations.
Saidi praised the level of organization of the Raja audience, but at the same time criticized some slogans with social and political demands, pointing out that the stadiums have turned into "a space to arouse attention and express things that the political parties (government and parties) could not solve," and said that " A number of slogans have nothing to do with sports. "
In contrast, the Moroccan sports researcher said that "the human sense that characterizes the work of the Raja audience as a visit to the fan Simo reflects the sportsmanship of the Raja audience, contrary to the political slogans that show the absence of framing."
The Raja masses are organized by organized groups with their own internal rules, self-regulating their activities, rejecting outside support, and one of their principles not to appear in the media.
Suleimani highlighted some of the most prominent Rajavi groups such as the Magana, Green Boys, Eagles and Derb Al Sultan.
Soleimani attributed Raja's fans' fame to the big base enjoyed by their team, especially as it is considered one of the biggest Moroccan clubs and has fans in all parts of the country and around the world as well.
He added that there are two other reasons, the first of which is "the creations displayed by the masses in the stands through the wonderful paintings that you draw every week at the Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca (north), then for its keen presence in the stands. , At least in every game. "