Currently, Moroccan parliament is debating two bills, which if passed and receive King Mohammed VI approval – will oulaw all political and trade contacts with the Zionist entity, including Israeli tourists - reported by Moroccan daily Ya Biladi.
The bills are jointly sponsored by five political parties including country’s largest political party, Islamic Justice and Development Party. Together, the five parties that support outlawing trade and other forms of exchange with the Zionist entity, control 271 seats out of the Parliament’s 395 seats.
Joel Rubinfeld, a co-chairman of the European Jewish Parliament, condemned the bills as “a threat which could reverse Morocco’s extraordinary openness to Israel. The radicalism these bills reflect must not be allowed to gain the upper hand.”
Four Moroccan MPs, who were planning to visit the Israeli Knesset, as part of a Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean (PAM), has cancelled their trip.
The Jewish controlled Human Rights Watch has condemned the bills, calling them “inhuman, anti-Constitutional, anti-democratic and antisemitic”.
Morocco and the Zionist entity have no diplomatic relations but thousands of Israelis visit Morocco every year, mostly tourists and businesspeople but also politicians participating in international conferences.
According to a Moroccan Jewish leader, Jacky Kadoch, president of the Jewish community of Marrakeh, the proposed bill “have zero chance of passing because King Mohammed VI will never allow it.”
I tends to agree with Moshe Kadoch. King Mohammed VI like his father, King Hassan II, owes his crown to US, Israel and the Jewish lobby groups. Last year, the King sent a ‘royal condolence’ over the shooting at the French Jewish school at Toulouse, a Mossad false flag operation, according to Israeli-born Jewish author Gilad Atzmon.
Early this month, King Mohammed VI ordered Israeli Rabbi Eliezer Berland, 76, to leave Morocco instead of putting him in jail for sex crimes. The Haifa-born Rabbi, head of the Shuvu Banim yeshiva in Jerusalem fled to Morocco in June to avoid persecution over having sex with Jewish kids.
“Late King Hasan II was a friend to the government of Israel in their voyage toward peace with the Arab people,” – Ehud Barak, Israel’s prime minister, while attending King’s funeral in July 1999. Read more here.
Zionist Jews, on the other hand, have used the North African country’s name to market Israeli products in the world. One of them is the so-called Moroccan Oil. Moroccan Oil is an Israeli cosmetic products manufacturing company owned by an Israeli business woman by the name Camen Tal. Its headquarters are located in Montreal, Canada.
In March 2013, Moroccan prime minister Abdelilah Benkirane gave an interview to Lebanese daily al-Akhbar, in which he rejected Jewish media accusing his ruling Justice and Development party having ties with Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood. He said “Moroccan society is Sunni Muslim by nature. Our government, however, does not force women to wear Hijab or men to grow beards.” He also rejected Jewish press claim that Rabat broke diplomatic relation with Tehran in 2009 based on Shia Islam, but due to support for Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
“We are brothers and we are Muslim, and Iran is a major Islamic country. We have longstanding relations with Iran, but Morocco severed these ties because of what happened in Bahrain. However, foreign relations and all other sovereign matters are the purview of his majesty the king, in accordance with the constitution,” he said.
Israeli historian professor Yigal Bin-Nun (Bar-Ilan University) has claimed that Jews were never expelled from Morocco, but it’s Israeli Mossad agents who planned the exodus of 160,000 Moroccan Jews to the Zionist entity.