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Moroccan people

août 3, 2015

Aomar Boum, an anthropologist at the University of Arizona, did meet Jews growing up in Morocco—that is, once he moved from his small village in the Anti-Atlas mountains to the city of Marrakesh for school. 

REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST: MOROCCANS TALK ABOUT THE JEWS WHO ONCE LIVED AMONG THEM

 

mars 11, 2015

GAD ELMALEH l'avion

août 11, 2013

Jews have lived and prospered in Morocco for at least 2,000 years, and Morocco’s 2011 Constitution officially recognizes the Jewish influences that have “nourished and enriched” the national identity. 

The Moroccan-Jewish experience and why I have hope for peace in the Middle East

 

By Charles Dahan

 

 

Secretary of State John Kerry has made it his personal mission to revive peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine. Yet many wonder: after so much loss and pain, can there ever be peace? Can Jews and Muslims ever coexist?

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