The Ibn Danan Synagogue in Mellah, the jewish quarter of Fez. Fez El Jdid, Morocco. (Shutterstock) (Shutterstock)
Moroccan Synagogue

Moroccans are learning about historic Jewish neighborhoods to help welcome Israeli tourists.

Prior to the forced expulsion of Jews from Morocco after 1948, the North African country was once the most populous Jewish community in the Muslim world.

Today, as one of the Arab signatories of the Abraham Accords, Moroccan Muslims are trying to honor the once thriving Jewish community in the country.

Watch the video below to see how a new project is educating Muslims who live in the old Jewish quarters about former residents, providing them with tools to help welcome Israeli tourists.