US Ambassador of Religious Freedom travels to Morocco

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U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedoms, Rashad Hussein, Morocco, was disbanded on Monday for an official visit until Wednesday.

According to the United States Department of State, an official visit to Morocco, the Gambia and Senegal from 28 November to the next December

Hussein will visit Rabat and Casablanca to meet with Moroccan government officials and civil society leaders.

On November 30th, Ambassador Hussein will deliver an important speech at the 4th International Conference of the Deaf Muslims in Banjul, Gambia. During his stay in Banjul, he will also meet with civil society leaders, youth organizations and members of religious groups.

On the first day of Gimbel, Ambassador Hussein travels to Dakar, Senegal to meet with government officials, non-governmental organizations and religious groups.

Hussein had previously attended the “Rights of Religious Minorities in the Muslim World” conference in Marrakech, Morocco, under the auspices of King Mohammed VI.

The conference produced the “Historic Declaration of Marrakech”, which was endorsed nationally and internationally by more than 300 religious leaders, scholars, intellectuals, and scholars, of Islamic and international associations and organizations from within and outside the Islamic world. witnessed by representatives of Rashad Hussein who is a Director of Partnerships and Global Efforts at the National Security Council and previously served as Senior Advisor to the Department of Justice’s National Security Division in the Obama administration and Special Envoy for the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). and the Assistant Legal Counsel to Whiteman House.

Nour el Houda Bouzammour

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