Moroccan Jews’ Departure to Israel Regretted in Morocco

In the city of Sefrou, there is a grotto in the hill at the entrance of the city called kaf al-moumen “the cave of the faithful,” a site where, both Muslims and Jews, believe that their saints are buried inside.

Moroccan Jews’ Departure to Israel Regretted in Morocco
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author(s) and not The African Exponent. Please email us with any questions.
Share this article
Linkedin share icon
Whatsapp share icon

Next From Your Saved Articles

Log in or create an account to add articles to your saved articles list.

Related Articles

Iran, the US, and the Postponed War

An American war on Iran would push further the lat…

Jul 4th
Is a War at Hand in the Mideast?

Is the Iranian army a military giant?

May 19th
A Fresh Look at Family Code Reform in Morocco

Young girls are not granted the right to access ed…

Apr 16th
The Elephant in the Room: Deputy Ministers are an Absolute Waste

The Covid-19 pandemic brought lockdown in South Af…

Apr 12th
The gods In Ghana’s Mamfe Dove Village Must Be Crazy

Ghanaian women living in the village of Mamfe Dove…

Mar 22nd
When Betrayers Become Mourners – A Panegyric To Lady Zico,  Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff

And in her indelible bequest, all Liberians shall …

Mar 18th

Most Read Articles

1.

John Magufuli was elected as the president of Tanz…

Mar 19th
Magufuli's Death, COVID Denial, and the Need for Pluralism in Democratic Societies

More Articles

In the post-COVID world, travelers from elsewhere …

Mar 6th

In the past decades, capitalism has avoided the em…

Feb 12th

Chima Igbokwe shares insights about his latest inn…

Jan 5th

Four Ghanaians in America briefly share their expe…

Dec 15th

African universities churn out more graduates than…

Dec 12th