20 February 2013

Morocco: HRH Princess Lalla Meryem Presides in Rabat Over Religious Ceremony in Memory of Late King Hassan II

Rabat — HRH Princess Lalla Meryem presided, Wednesday evening at Assouna mosque in Rabat, over a religious ceremony in commemoration of the fourteenth anniversary of the late king Hassan II's death.

The ceremony was marked by the declamation of verses of the Coran and panegyrics of the Prophet Sidna Mohammed (PBUH).

Prayers were declaimed for the late sovereigns HM Hassan II and Mohammed V.

Prayers were also declaimed for God to preserve and assist Commander of the Faithful HM King Mohammed VI and to grant him success in his actions and initiatives.

The ceremony was attended mainly by Zoulikha Nasri, advisor to HM the King, Bassima Hakkaoui, minister of solidarity, women, family and social development, by women MPs, senior women officials and spouses of ambassadors of Arab and Islamic countries accredited in Rabat, along with several other figures.

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