The good professor might have some accademic credentials to rely on, but he has also rely on a very exhuberant and a speculator traveller by the name of Samuel Romanelli, who multiple researchers found him unrealuable, and too prejudices; as it is still to-day in some quarters of Jewish people. Let me just remind the good Prof. that among other goods that the Moroccan are very much ruffing about :the sweets; Moflettas (the Grand Mother of Crepes). In the autobiographic book Albert Camus did'nt achieve but was issued by his old teacher; Albert, whose ancestry was Hyberic, Spanish, was reminded of the "Sweet gateau, La Mimouna; brought by his Spanish grand mother to Algeria. Sure, the Jews of Marocco have a lot in common with the Ancient Aborigines: the Berber who shared with them lot of social-religious believes. Basecally, many Berber Tribes-Grouping did convert to Judaism in the early first centuries, thus the Legend of Kahena, and brought wioth them som remnant of their Paganism; such as Christians and Muslims, trhoughout none Arab Lands, especially the very independant Berberes-Kabyles. The Articl has some merit in the sense that finally someone is trying to research the very rich Culture of the Jews from the "Maghreb-Occident" Morocco; it is a very multi-faceted civilisation throughout its epopee.
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