Morocco’s northern region was completely off the map retweeted by the Israeli embassy in France.
Rabat – On Sunday, the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs published a map to condemn the threat posed by Iran’s missile program, targeting Europe.
In a tweet shared on Sunday, the ministry said that “Iran has deployed ballistic missiles with a range of 2,000 kilometers (1,250 miles), placing dozens of countries, including part of Europe, under the regime’s range of fire.”
To explain the Iranian threat, the ministry used a map that cuts off northern Morocco.
Several internet users condemned the map.
Several people commented on the absence of the northern part of Morocco.
“The map does not make sense at all … what happened to the northern part of Morocco, disappeared because of the global warming?” one wrote sarcastically.
The same commenter also wondered if the graphic designer “has issues with editing layered vector maps or is it just a joke…!”
The map doesn’t make sense at all… what happened to the northern part of Morocco, disappeared because of the global warming? ? or is it your graphic designer that has issues with editing layered vector maps ? or is it just a joke…!
— Simo Ben (@simo_online) February 11, 2019
Another Twitter user also asked, “so basically, Iran tried their missiles on Morocco and the country disappeared.”
Several other commenters asked Israel to delete the post and share another map with the entire map of Morocco.