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Pope in Morocco: working Together for more dialogue

The Pope visit a Muslim country: Morocco Francis promotes more exchange between the religions. Also another concern is important to him: the humanitarian dealing with migrants.

at the beginning of his two-day visit in Morocco, Pope Francis called for more dialogue between Christians and Muslims. He spoke of a "need for cooperation" to address the world's problems. In the capital, Rabat, Pope Francis called on the faithful to work together against fanaticism and fundamentalism.

Pope Francis waves from the popemobile after leaving the airport in Rabat.

protection of religious minorities

The Pope urged also freedom of religion. She would be at the "inseparable from the people," he said in his address to king Mohammed VI, and Thousands of Moroccans. So he is likely to have also plays the role of an estimated 30,000 Catholics in Morocco. Officially, this minority is allowed to practice their Faith. The state religion is Islam.

king Mohammed VI, who referred to himself as "head of all believers" in his country, called for a stronger exchange between the religions: "The reality of this world makes it clear that the dialogue between Christians, Muslims and Jews, is insufficient." The dialogue continued for a long time, but he had not reached his goal yet, ' said the king.

two-day papal visit: Pope Francis to guest in Morocco

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