Moroccan Muslim and Jewish communities meet in Amsterdam
Amsterdam host a week of meetings between Moroccan Muslim and Jewish communities, which ended on September 24. Organized by the World Federation of Moroccan Jews (FMJM) and the World Alliance of Moroccans living abroad (AMOMUM), these meetings provided the two communities with the opportunity to come together for a series of debates on Moroccan traditions and cultural values. Le Matin reports that at time of the meetings, Dutch Crown Prince William Alexander expressed his admiration for the co-existence of the two different communities in the Moroccan history.
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