Ceremony to commemorate “Kingdom of Morocco Day in Al-Quds” in Palestine

The “Day of the Kingdom of Morocco in Al-Quds” ceremony was held on Friday in Al-Quds to commemorate the agency’s 25th anniversary and silver jubilee. The Bayt Mal Al-Quds Asharif Agency provides services in Al-Quds with the goal of enhancing the resiliency of the city’s citizens and its institutions.

The celebration of King Mohammed VI’s 24th anniversary of ascending to the throne of His noble predecessors falls on the same day as this event.

Organized by the Association of the Moroccan Cultural Center – “Bayt Al Maghrib” in Al-Quds, the ceremony took place in the presence of the managing director of the Bayt Mal Al-Quds Asharif Agency, Mohamed Salem Cherkaoui, the Moroccan ambassador to Palestine, Abderrahim Meziane, Muslim and Christian clerics, eminent personalities from Al-Quds, representatives of United Nations agencies, presidents of associations and social and civil institutions, as well as the representative of the Chamber of Commerce.

Ribbon-cutting ceremonies, the opening of the Kingdom of Morocco exhibition, and tours of its exhibits marked the start of the celebration. This area features handcrafted Moroccan items like pottery, brassware, kitchen utensils, traditional clothing and jewelry, musical instruments, and traditional carpets. In the center of the room is a painting of flowers in the colors of the kingdom’s flag, along with portraits of the Alaouite Cherifian dynasty’s monarchs and photographs of the country’s historical landmarks.

On this occasion, representatives of Al-Quds hailed both the significant support provided by the Sovereign for the Holy City and its citizens on behalf of the Kingdom of Morocco, led by King Mohammed VI, Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee.

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