Rabat – During a forum on May 30, for Moroccan imams who live and work in Europe, sponsors proposed that the imams must employ strategies to overcome potential struggles uniquely presented in Europe. More specifically, these imams should make a greater effort to obtain citizenship, make Islam more relatable to young people in these societies and be better versed in a variety of subjects other than religion.

Moroccan Imams Need to Adapt Their Religious Discourse to Europe’s Reality
Sara is a writer, traveler, and student at The Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.