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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
Planning to explore Fez? To know more about this hidden gem of Morocco, Melo Villareal has compiled only the most fascinating things you can do while at Fez.
Morocco Handicraft Arts: Carpets, Leather, Pottery & More; Manal Khan; National Geographic Expeditions
In the winding alleyways of Fez, one of Morocco’s four historic capitals, artisans have been creating gorgeous handmade wares for hundreds of years.
The 1,200-year-old Moroccan city has that captivating sense of being at a crossroads: of cultures and of time…
If you are planning a visit to Fes, Morocco, you don’t want to miss these tours and top attractions during your stay.
Dar Seffarine, named for the nearby brass market, counteracts of the hustle and bustle of the Fez medina, the vast labyrinth of souks, mosques, fountains and more in the cultural and religious center of Morocco.
Fes el Bali – Morocco’s ancient capital is not for the faint of heart. Those whose notion of luxury travel is to soak in a sense of tranquillity may want to look at other destinations in the country. This, after all, is a medieval era walled city that still deploys donkeys as a mode of…