Moroccan Jews were not protected by Mohammed V during WWII when they were scheduled to the Sahara desert. Few days, very few days, before that the Jews of Morocco owe their lives to the US debarkment in Fedala, now Mohammedia, Also, when Mohammed V returned from exile in Madagascar, the first thing he did was to shut the doors to any Jewish emigration and prohibiting them from obtaining a passport. Hence, a handful of Jews were able to find work after that which prompted the underground emigration. Morocco had a Jewish population of over 500,000 at the end of WWII. Now only about 2,000, mainly businessmen at the service of their masters. So Mr No 8 where did you dig your info?
Police disperse hundreds in brawl in Kafr Manda, northern Israel (Haaretz)
from the article: The Arab position on the Holocaust