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Though my husband refuses to recognize this as a holiday (there is a story in this that I won't get into here) but today is Eid Al-Ârch or day of enthronement in Morocco. You might want to wish a happy holiday to your Moroccan SOs.



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I don't think you would say Eid Mubarak to ordinary Moroccans today, just send greetings to the king.

I was in Morocco one year ago today--one of my husband's friends was invited to the throne day ceremony in Rabat--apparently if you are invited you MUST attend, and you must wear all white.

Carolyn and Simo

Fell in love in Morocco: March 2004

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