Rabat - Few days after travelling to Israel, the Jewish family who was evicted from the house where hey had lived for 50 years, call on King Mohammed VI to bring them back to their home.
Rabat – Few days after travelling to Israel, the Jewish family who was evicted from the house where hey had lived for 50 years, call on King Mohammed VI to bring them back to their home.
Moroccan-Jewish rabbi, Shalom Abdelhak, who immigrated to Israel with his wife, Messody Wizman, (both in their eighties), following their eviction from an apartment where they had lived for 46 years, said that he wants his apartment back as a condition of returning to Morocco.
Speaking to Arabic-speaking news website Alyoum24, the Jewish rabbi called on King Mohammed VI to intervene on their behalf and bring them back to their Casablanca apartment who they said was taken away from them by a “real estate mafia”.
He added that he had not received anything from the 100,000 Dirhams purportedly given to the Jewish community by the owner of the apartment in order to deport him to Israel.
Currently in Israel with his family, Shalom Abdelhak said that he left the country after he was threatened to end up in the street, adding that he misses his neighbors and his friends in “the holy land of Morocco” and that he wishes to return.
Earlier this month, the Jewish couple cancelled plans to leave Morocco after the Interior Minister, Mohammed Hassad, on instructions of the head of government, requested them not to leave and promised to open an investigation on the matter.