Interreligious Dialogue in Morocco: Peaceful Co-existence between Divine Religions; Hind Al-Subai Al-Idrisi; Qantara.de

Before the founding of the state of Israel in 1948, about a quarter of a million Jews lived in Morocco. In the 1950s and 1960s, many emigrated to the new Jewish state, leaving a diminished Jewish community behind. Hind Al-Subai Al-Idrisi takes a closer look at interreligious dialogue in Morocco, a predominantly Muslim country that is now ruled by a moderate Islamist party

Source: Interreligious Dialogue in Morocco: Peaceful Co-existence between Divine Religions – Qantara.de

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