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Morocco trip is an interfaith affair

20th December 2012

Liberal Judaism will be running an interfaith trip to Morocco from June 25 – July 3, open to ALL members aged 18-24 at a cost of just £50, plus flights and some meals.

The tour will be run in conjunction with Salaam Shalom Media, an interfaith youth council, and we’ll be joined by groups of British Muslims and Christians of the same age. The tour will explore the Jewish and Islamic history in the cities of Marrakesh and Fez, as well as featuring an excursion through the Atlas Mountain range and into the Sahara Desert.

LJY-Netzer movement worker Sam Cohen, who is organising the trip, said: “We’ll spend an amazing eight days travelling, learning and breaking stereotypes.

“I would recommend signing up right away, as flights will go up in price as we approach the summer. Also the number of subsidized £50 place is limited.”

While participants will have to buy their own flights, and bring spending money for some of the meals, the tour itself including all accommodation, travel, breakfasts and guides costs just £50. Flights are currently available via EasyJet for £100.