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Morocco, North Africa
Population: 33,323,000
Chief of State: King Mohammed VI
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Abdelilah Benikrane
Christians: 0.2%
Evangelical Christians: 0.0%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 76.71 Years
Literacy Rate: 67.1%
Population Below Poverty Line: 15%
Refugees Living in Morocco: 3,048

Pray4Morocco Facebook page

An annual symposium among African air force chiefs kicked off in the Moroccan city of Marrakech to tackle regional security challenges and promote dialogue between air forces in Africa. Organized by the U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa with the support of the Moroccan Royal Air Forces, the two-day event is attended by senior air force officials from some 30 African countries. The inspector of the FRA, expressed Morocco's willingness to explore bilateral and multilateral cooperation, strengthen the culture of excellence and tolerance, and promote peace and democracy in Africa. Pray that peace will prevail among the African countries. Pray that these countries will cooperate for bilateral and mutual bonds (The Bible, Isaiah 2:4).

Morocco hosts symposium to tackle security challenges in Africa

Western Sahara, North Africa
Population: 571,000
Chief of State: President Mohamed Abdelaziz
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Abdelkader Taleb Oumar
Christians: 0.0%
Evangelical Christians: 0.0%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 62.64 Years
Literacy Rate: Unknown
Population Below Poverty Line: Unknown
Refugees Living in Western Sahara: 117,659

Pray4WesternSahara Facebook Page

The London-based international organization Amnesty International urged the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara to monitor human rights in Western Sahara. The UN mission must draft reports on human rights violations committed by both sides. Amnesty International highlighted the lack of an independent mechanism to monitor human rights. The organization criticized the status of the Moroccan National Council of Human Rights which is tasked with protecting human rights in the provinces. Pray that the authorities and people will learn to obey the law. Pray that the rulers will change from hurting to doing well to others (The Bible, Titus 3:1).

Amnesty wants the MINURSO to monitor human rights in Western Sahara and in Tindouf

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Morocco, North Africa
Population: 33,323,000
Chief of State: King Mohammed VI
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Abdelilah Benikrane
Christians: 0.2%
Evangelical Christians: 0.0%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 76.71 Years
Literacy Rate: 67.1%
Population Below Poverty Line: 15%
Refugees Living in Morocco: 3,048

Pray4Morocco Facebook page

An annual symposium among African air force chiefs kicked off in the Moroccan city of Marrakech to tackle regional security challenges and promote dialogue between air forces in Africa. Organized by the U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa with the support of the Moroccan Royal Air Forces, the two-day event is attended by senior air force officials from some 30 African countries. The inspector of the FRA, expressed Morocco's willingness to explore bilateral and multilateral cooperation, strengthen the culture of excellence and tolerance, and promote peace and democracy in Africa. Pray that peace will prevail among the African countries. Pray that these countries will cooperate for bilateral and mutual bonds (The Bible, Isaiah 2:4).

Morocco hosts symposium to tackle security challenges in Africa

Western Sahara, North Africa
Population: 571,000
Chief of State: President Mohamed Abdelaziz
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Abdelkader Taleb Oumar
Christians: 0.0%
Evangelical Christians: 0.0%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 62.64 Years
Literacy Rate: Unknown
Population Below Poverty Line: Unknown
Refugees Living in Western Sahara: 117,659

Pray4WesternSahara Facebook Page

The London-based international organization Amnesty International urged the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara to monitor human rights in Western Sahara. The UN mission must draft reports on human rights violations committed by both sides. Amnesty International highlighted the lack of an independent mechanism to monitor human rights. The organization criticized the status of the Moroccan National Council of Human Rights which is tasked with protecting human rights in the provinces. Pray that the authorities and people will learn to obey the law. Pray that the rulers will change from hurting to doing well to others (The Bible, Titus 3:1).

Amnesty wants the MINURSO to monitor human rights in Western Sahara and in Tindouf