Imlil Murders: Muslim, Jewish, Christian Scholars Demonstrate Coexistence Between Religions

Rabat – In the vigil held in Marrakech, three representatives of the Abrahamic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, came together and posed for a hand in hand picture.The three representatives are the Jewish community president in Marrakech, an Imam of a mosque, and the representative of the Christian community in Marrakech.The hand in hand picture has been widely shared on social media, symbolizing coexistence between the three religions. Moroccans also organized vigils in front of Denmark and Norway embassies on Saturday in Rabat. Participants denounced the ‘heinous’ crime committed against the two innocent Scandinavian tourists and carried banners displaying messages of solidarity. The banners read “No to terrorism,” and “We are all Danish and Norwegian.”Read also: Scottish Woman Living in Imlil Delivers Touching Testimony about MoroccoMoroccans from all walks of life denounced death of Maren Ueland and Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, who were found dead inside their tent in an isolated mountainous area, 10 kilometers from the village of Imlil in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains.Morocco’s Central Bureau of Judicial Investigation (BCIJ) arrested the four individuals involved in the murders. DGSN spokesperson Boubker Sabik said in an interview with Moroccan television channel 2M on Sunday, that the individuals acted on their own without coordination with the terrorist group ISIS.

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