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In the north of Morocco the Rif mountains comprise a rugged arc of mountains rising to 2,200 metres. They are separated by the Col de Taza from the Middle Atlas mountains which lie to the south and rise to 3,000 metres. The Middle Atlas act as the major watershed of Morocco with the Sebou and Umm er-Rbia rivers flowing to the Atlantic Ocean and the Moulouya basin draining north-east towards the Mediterranean. The High Atlas mountains, snow-clad in winter, include the highest peak in Morocco, Toubkal (4,213 metres).

He attempted to introduce a series of tax reforms which proved very unpopular amongst those most adversely affected. Furthermore, due to the mismanagement of the introduction of these reforms, they precipitated a financial crisis. Tribal dissidence was also mounting, highlighted by the Bu Himara incident. Claiming to be Shareef Mohammed, the sultan's elder brother, Bu Himara declared himself to be the true claimant to the throne. Supported by north-eastern tribesmen, Bu Himara marched on Fez with the intention of deposing the sultan.

Up until the Second World War the nationalists continued to press for limited reforms, but thereafter the sustained French opposition to their proposals acted as an irritant and so led to demands for independence. In 1943 the Istiqlal, or independence, party was formed and became the main political channel through which Moroccan hopes for independence were voiced. The sultan, Mohammed Ibn Yusuf, confirmed his personal support for the independence movement in a controversial speech in Tangier in 1947.

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