Bringing together the youth of the Mellah in Rabat, dividing them into four groups to conduct research on the rich Jewish heritage embedded in their neighborhood.
An Interfaith Iftar is a way for people of different faiths to come together, share a meal, and learn about each other's traditions and beliefs. It is an opportunity to promote understanding and harmony among people of different faiths and cultures.
The director of the United States Agency for International Development in Morocco paid a visit to the Higher International Institute of Tourism in Tangier during his stay there to meet with the students of the USAID-sponsored and Mimouna Association-operated master's program in Jewish Moroccan tourism.
Following the life of suzanne Harroch a member Following the life of Suzanne Harroch, a member of the Jewish community of Rabat, the DAKIRA staff visited Erfoud, which was founded in the 1920s by the French protectorate.
To encourage the youth of the Mellah to interact with American youth, the Mimouna Association set up a meeting between the Kivunim, a Jewish gap-year program for North American high school graduates based in Jerusalem...