In the wake of escalating tensions and a surge of public outcry in various Moroccan cities following the recent military actions in the Gaza Strip, Israel has issued a formal advisory urging its citizens to exercise caution and reconsider any travel plans to Morocco.
This directive was issued by the Israeli National Security Council, a pivotal institution responsible for orchestrating coordination, integration, in-depth analysis, and vigilant monitoring of matters about national security.
Furthermore, the Israeli National Security Council has implemented a proactive strategy by issuing a firm recommendation to Israeli citizens, as part of the same advisory, to expeditiously evacuate both Egypt and Jordan.
This proactive measure is a direct response to the prevailing undercurrent of anger and turmoil that has gripped various Arab nations due to the prolonged military actions in the Gaza Strip.
These military operations have intensified in their contentious nature, particularly in the wake of “Operation Flood of Al-Aqsa,” a regrettable campaign that inflicted a profound human toll, resulting in more than 4,000 casualties and more than 10,000 individuals sustaining injuries.
Importantly, it’s essential to underscore that the Israeli Foreign Ministry had previously executed a significant withdrawal of its personnel from the communication office located in the Moroccan capital, Rabat. This strategic move reflects the growing concern and deteriorating diplomatic relations in the region.