Morocco hosts Palestinian children for summer holidays
Fifty Palestinian youngsters from Al Quds will spend their summer holidays in Morocco starting this August 12 within the frame of the Kingdom’s unwavering and longstanding solidarity with the Palestinian people.
The two-week summer break is organized by Bayt Mal Al-Quds Agency under the patronage of King Mohammed VI, Chairman of Al Quds Committee.
The young Palestinian holidaymakers will take part in several recreational, educational, artistic and sporting events. They will also visit historical sites in Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier, Assilah, Tetouan, M’diq and Chefchaouen and landmark projects such as the Tangier-Med port, car plants and several other major infrastructures.
Spending summer vacation in Morocco is an opportunity for Al-Quds children to meet with Moroccan peers to build friendship ties and exchange views and ideas on several matters of common concern.
So far, 3,000 children from Al Quds had spent their summer holidays in Morocco wherein they enjoyed and lived memorable experiences.