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“Moderate” Moroccan King cancels attendance at Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) because Netanyahu will be there


“Moderate”? Sure. But “moderate” Muslims still read and believe the Quran. And Islamic Jew-hatred is in the Quran.

“Netanyahu departs for Liberia: ‘Israel has returned to Africa,'” by Herb Keinon, Jerusalem Post, June 4, 2017 (thanks to Mark):

Netanyahu left on Saturday night for a one-day visit to Liberia, where he will address the leaders of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), one of eight regional groups in the continent, in a strong sign of rapidly developing ties between Israel and sub-Saharan Africa.

King Mohammed VI canceled his scheduled participation in a summit of 15 African leaders in Liberia on Sunday because Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be there, the Moroccan Foreign Ministry announced.

Israeli diplomatic officials said, however, that the king used Netanyahu’s presence in the summit as an excuse not to attend.

They explained that the real reason has to do with ECOWAS’s opposition to Morocco’s membership in the group, because of the king’s policy in Western Sahara.

“This is the first time they {ECOWAS) have invited the leader of a country outside of Africa to address them. I really appreciate it. Israel has returned to Africa and in a big way,” Netanyahu said. “The extent to which they respect us is a mark of honor for the state of Israel,” he said.

As a result of the trip he took to eastern Africa last year, Netanyahu said that Israel is now in western Africa. The 54 African countries are the foundation of the automatic majority against Israel at the United Nations, Netanyahu said.

An important part of Netanyahu’s objective in courting Africa is to dissolve this bloc and sway it to support the Jewish state at the UN and in international organizations.

Mohammed, as first reported by The Jerusalem Post last week, was originally expected to attend as part of his country’s bid to join the organization, opening up the possibility of an encounter between the two leaders. Israel and Morocco do not have diplomatic ties.

Morocco’s Foreign Ministry, however, issued a statement on Thursday night saying the king will not attend the conference. After noting that Netanyahu was invited, the statement said the king “wants his first presence at an ECOWAS summit not to take place in a context of tension and controversy and wants to avoid any confusion.”

The statement said: “Over the last few days, key ECOWAS member states have decided to reduce their level of representation at the summit due to their disagreement with the invitation handed to the Israeli prime minister. Other member states also expressed their astonishment at this invitation.”

It was not immediately clear to which countries the statement was referring….

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