WATCH: A Trip to Jewish Morocco

From the arid highlands to the royal cities, Rabat, Casablanca, Fes, and Marakech, Moroccan Jews cling to their culture and identity in a friendly Arab country.

Jewish Discoveries and Harry D. Wall
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Jewish Discoveries looks at Jewish Morocco.
Jewish Discoveries looks at Jewish Morocco.Credit: Richard Nowitz
Jewish Discoveries and Harry D. Wall

Jewish Discoveries visits Morocco, finding a small community sharing 2400 year heritage. From the arid highlands to the royal cities, Rabat, Casablanca, Fes, and Marakech, Moroccan Jews cling to their culture and identity in a friendly Arab country.

Jewish Discoveries takes a look inside Jewish Morocco.Credit: Richard Nowitz

Emigration has left a once large population, over 250,000 Jews, reduced to a fraction. Still, the spirit and heritage of a great community can be experienced during a visit to Morocco and its Jewish communities.

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