Moroccan Jews distribute 1,500 meals for Ramadan

For the second successive year, Jewish associations in Morocco have distributed meals for struggling families to break the Ramadan fast.

Organised by The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ), the meal boxes contained traditional foods for Ramadan for 1,500 struggling families, including dates, tea, lentils and chickpeas.

The IFCJ works on the initiative in collaboration with the Moroccan group, Mimouna, which brings together Muslim students who work for the preservation of Jewish culture in the country, and Young Chabad of Morocco.

The distributions took place in Casablanca and in Rabat.


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