Hundreds of Moroccans have staged demonstrations to express their resentment and reiterate support for the Palestinian cause on the first anniversary of the US-sponsored normalization of diplomatic relations between the North African country and Israel.
People from all walks of life participated in rallies across the country on Wednesday night, as they heeded a call by the “Moroccan Front in Support of Palestine and Against Normalization,” which reportedly includes 15 political, union and human rights organizations that have voiced solidarity with Palestine and denounced Morocco’s normalization of ties with the Tel Aviv regime.
The demonstrators chanted slogans in condemnation of the normalization, and demanded the reversal of the agreement, which they described as “ominous.”
The protesters shouted “Morocco is my free land and Zionists must leave,” “Palestine is resisting while regimes are normalizing”, “We love Palestine with all our hearts,” and “No to normalization.”
Moroccan security forces then intervened to…