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Moroccan MPs barred from entering West Bank

Maan News Agency | April 9, 2013 AMMAN (AFP) — Israeli authorities on Monday barred two Moroccan MPs accompanying EU parliamentarians from crossing into the West Bank to meet Palestinian officials, one of the lawmakers said. “The Israel authorities prevented me and my colleague Ali Salem Chekkaf from crossing into the West Bank without giving […]

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Moroccan activist denounces Syria’s media attack on Meshaal

[ PIC 05/10/2012 – 01:32 PM ] DAMASCUS, (PIC)– Head of Moroccan “Unification and Reform” movement denounced Syrian and Iranian media attack on head of politburo of Hamas movement, Khaled Meshaal, due to his support for the aspirations of the Syrian people to freedom and dignity and his demand for a halt of bloodshed in […]

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A call for massive march in solidarity with Jerusalem in Morocco

[PIC 28/03/2012 – 09:04 PM ] RABAT, (PIC)– Moroccan political bodies called for organizing the largest march in the Morocco history to Jerusalem, on Sunday. The Moroccan Islamist group Al Adl Wa Al Ihssan (Justice and Charity) called in a statement all the Moroccan people to make Friday March 30 “a day of solidarity and […]

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Parliamentary delegation led by Baher in Morocco

[ PIC 05/03/2012 – 10:38 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– First deputy speaker of the Palestinian legislative council (PLC) Ahmed Baher along with a number of lawmakers arrived in Morocco on Sunday coming from Tunisia. The media office of the PLC said Baher met with Moroccan premier Abdul-Ilah Benkiran and briefed him on the latest developments […]

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Jerusalem Municipality: al-Aqsa’s Moroccan Gate Bridge Will Be Destroyed in 30 Days

Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category 25.10.11 – 22:55  | PNN – Palestine News Network A spokesman for the Jerusalem municipality announced on Tuesday that the bridge to the Moroccan Gate, one of the entrances to the Haram al-Sharif or Noble Sanctuary, must be collapsed or burned in the next 30 days. […]

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