April 6, 2020

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An interfaith memorial in Morocco for victims of 1960 earthquake


In 1960, a devastating earthquake shook the city of Agadir in Morocco, killing between 12,000 and 15,000 people.

On the 60th anniversary of the event, Morocco held a ceremony today at the Ihasha cemetery in Agadir, where the victims (of all religions)  were buried.

Muslim, Christian and Jewish leaders participated. On the stage of the event, a rabbi, a priest, and an imam took turns to pray for those killed by the Agadir earthquake.

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