Israeli Families Appeal to King Mohammed VI for Help with Release of Detained Loved Ones
David Govrin, Head of the Israeli Liaison office in Rabat, posted on X a letter from the Forum of Hostages and Missing Families to King Mohammed VI, urging the release of 242 individuals, including elderly people, babies and women, and Moroccan Jews, who have been held by Hamas since October 7.
The letter, addressed to King Mohammed VI, which invokes Morocco’s commitment to family unity and traditions rooted in Islamic and Jewish values, praises Morocco’s open-door policy, allowing Moroccan Jews, even during diplomatic crises, to visit their homeland. It underscores the Kingdom’s dedication to family values and solidarity, influenced by Islamic and Jewish teachings.
The appeal implores King Mohammed VI, who is also the head of Al-Quds Committee in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, to intervene and facilitate the safe return of the hostages.
The Forum advocates for a comprehensive and reciprocal exchange of all hostages, expressing confidence in the monarch’s wisdom to bring positive change and contribute to peace in the region.
The letter communicates appreciation to the monarch for his protection of citizens’ rights and legal justice.