Morocco invites 100 imams to Spain for meeting

Morocco has called over 100 imams in Spain to take part in a meeting aimed at fighting Islamic radicalism among Moroccan immigrants. The meeting, which took place in Marrakesh, discussed “the organization of Moroccan immigration in Spain from the religious point of view.” Moroccan King Mohammed VI launched a religious reform initiative to fight radicalism, which included plans for a special council concerning Moroccans living abroad.

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