Moroccan anti-normalisation activists have expressed their anger as a former Israeli interior minister attended an international symposium in Marrakech and gave a presentation, a move the activists described as a "crime of penetration".
Former Knesset member Meir Sheetrit attended the World Policy Conference, which was held last weekend in Marrakech. The event was attended by ministers and officials from Moroccan and all over the world, according to Al-Quds Al-Arabi.
The Morocco Observatory Against Normalisation with Israel said the presence of Sheetrit is a "new Zionist crime of penetration", denouncing conferences in Morocco that allow current and former Israeli officials to attend.
No Arab country has established formal political, economic, or cultural relations with the occupying state, except for Jordan and Egypt, which have signed peace agreements with Israel.