The Moroccan Embassy in Ireland hosted an evening in Dublin on Thursday under the auspices of the Ministry of Youth, Culture and Communications and the Moroccan National Tourist Office to mark Moroccan culture and history.
Thus, at Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, Moroccan diplomats, in collaboration with the Archives of Morocco, organized an exhibition of photographs and manuscripts about the Christian presence and coexistence in the country, which will continue until June 30. She said in a statement. In the same cathedral, two Sufi concerts were hosted by the Andalusian music fusion group “Al Firdaus Ensemble” and “Room El Bakali Ensemble, Hadra Chef Chaunia”, a group of women singers of Sufi heritage. Traditional poetic stories.
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In his opening remarks, Lahsen Maharoi, Morocco’s Ambassador to Ireland, highlighted Morocco’s “consistent and tangible” commitment to the values of tolerance, open-mindedness, cultural diversity, co-operation and dialogue between cultures and civilizations. On his part, the very Reverend Dermot Dunn, Dean of the Cathedral of Christ Church, underlined, “Morocco is a good example of what we can do within the framework of actions that have favored interfaith dialogue for centuries, to live with our differences while appreciating the traditions and cultures of other religions.”
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“Sufi and Andalusian music performed by both groups in this Christian place of worship astonished the audience by reading verses from the Qur’an, as well as the leader of the Dikr group Al Firdaus,” he said. The same source points out that it testifies to Morocco’s brand image as a model country for peace, co – operation, tolerance and an open mind towards others. More than 350 people attended the event, including about 30 ambassadors, members of the Irish Foreign Ministry, former ministers, the Moroccan Honorary Consul in Dublin, mayors, members of parliament, academic representatives and Moroccan members. Arab expatriates in Ireland also end the statement.
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