See what Moroccan and Algerian families did at the border

Each year, on both sides of the border between Morocco and Algeria, the celebration of Eid al-Adha is an opportunity for many families from the two neighbouring countries to reduce the distance that separates them, to wish each other a happy feast a few meters apart, in an outpouring of joy.

They would not miss for the world this great rendezvous fixed at a closed border post since 1994, these Moroccan and Algerian citizens, sometimes from very far, take advantage of the great festival of Islam to fight against the remoteness with loved ones and tighten the bonds between two fraternal peoples.

While no sesame has so far succeeded in opening borders that have remained hermetically sealed, Algerians and Moroccans, united under the same banner, called on July 22, the authorities of their respective countries to abolish them, during a great gathering march.

Each year, on both sides of the border between Morocco and Algeria, the celebration of Eid al-Adha is an opportunity for many families from the two neighbouring countries to reduce the distance that separates them, to wish each other a happy feast a few meters apart, in an outpouring of joy.

They would not miss for the world this great rendezvous fixed at a closed border post since 1994, these Moroccan and Algerian citizens, sometimes from very far, take advantage of the great festival of Islam to fight against the remoteness with loved ones and tighten the bonds between two fraternal peoples.

While no sesame has so far succeeded in opening borders that have remained hermetically sealed, Algerians and Moroccans, united under the same banner, called on July 22, the authorities of their respective countries to abolish them, during a great gathering march.

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