Laziza Dalil, a native of Marrakesh, Morocco, is co-founder and vice-president of the Mimouna Association.
By Laziza Dalil
How an Act of anti-Semitism in Paris Led This Young Moroccan Muslim to Fight It at Home
The first time I ever experienced anti-Semitism was in Europe. I was waiting for a bus on Avenue Niel in Paris’s 17th arrondissement when I noticed an elderly woman looking at me from across the street. She was small, with wispy white hair and a shopping basket filled with vegetables and a baguette. The way…
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