(With thanks: Michelle)
Presumably, crossed lapel pins will become a thing of the past
A heavy fine and two years in prison could be in store for any Moroccan who attempts to 'normalise' relations with Israel.
According to Yabaladi, a Moroccan news medium, Moroccan Members of Parliament are proposing two bills to criminalise 'normalisation' with Israel.
Pan-Arabist and Islamist MPs have managed to persuade five parliamentary factions to back the two bills, which have still to be approved in Committee and by the Parliamentary plenum.
Commercial, financial, insurance and banking links with Israel would attract a fine of up to a million dhirhams and a prison sentence of between two and five years.
If the bills are passed, Moroccans will be banned from taking part in sporting, cultural and economic 'activities' in the Jewish state, and vice-versa. Israelis would not be permitted on Moroccan soil.
Read article in full (French)