Rabat – The food aid initiative launched by the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (the Fellowship) began delivering the food packages to 1,500 local needy Moroccan Muslim families this Sunday.
In addition to the food delivery, an interfaith dinner was presented at the food aid kickoff at the Azama Synagogue in Marrakech’s Jewish quarter, hosting the Fellowship’s senior Vice President, Yael Eckstein, and the officials of the region.
The hosting of the dinner was intended to enable needy Moroccan families to savor both the taste and the great atmosphere of the feast of Eid al-Fitr, which celebrates the end of Ramadan from June 25 to 28.
On this service project, Eckstein said, “Now more than ever, it is so important that the great faiths of our forefather Abraham come together to try to make the world a better place.”
“Since World War II, Morocco has set an example in this part of the world …