Monday, June 24, 2013

  • Monday, June 24, 2013
  • Elder of Ziyon
I don't have a translation, but this story of a new synagogue being dedicated in Salé, Morocco is apparently being covered quite nicely in the Moroccan media:



The comments on the story do have some antisemitic elements, though, with some mention of "sons of monkeys and pigs" and some noises that Morocco is helping Jews while abandoning Islam.

The good news is that the remaining Moroccan Jewish community, reportedly numbering about 5000, appears to be vibrant and surprisingly young, unless the younger people were imported for the occasion.

UPDATE: Bataween of the Jewish Refugees blogspot believes that this is about the annual pilgrimage or Hiloula to the tomb of the venerated rabbi Raphael Encaoua at Sale a couple of weeks ago. Makes sense because the younger people are French pilgrims.

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