Is Morocco A Haven For Multiculturalism?

In Sefrou, Muslims and Jews lived in good harmony, door to door and practised their religious rituals in unison to the extent that it was difficult to tell who is Islamic and who is Jewish.

Is Morocco A Haven For Multiculturalism?
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