January 25, 2021 – 8:40 pm – Morocco
The Moroccan Association of Mimona has signed an agreement with the US State Department against anti-Semitism and Zionism. Bahrain had already signed such an agreement in October. The second Arab country to do this was Morocco.
The JDA said it was also receiving official support from the government for the deal. The president of the Mimona Association, E. Mehdi Poudra, and the US representative, Ellen Carr, want to fight anti-Semitism. The Trump administration ‘s goal was not only to bring normalcy between the Arab world and Israel, but also to make the Arab people accept Zionism.
An agreement signed by all parties states that “all parties will work together to oppose all forms of anti-Semitism, including anti-Zionism and questioning the legitimacy of the State of Israel.” They also declare that they want to fight all forms of hatred and tolerance, such as Islamic phobia.
According to US Ambassador to Morocco Princess Lalla Joomla, the agreement is a sign of the long-standing partnership between Morocco and the United States in the fight against all forms of intolerance and the promotion of peace. The association was founded by Muslims in 2007 to ensure the preservation of Jewish heritage in the kingdom.
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