MOROCCO: New Rebellion

In the great mosque at Fez, religious capital of French Morocco, the bearded priests of the Prophet met one day last week to give nationalism a religious blessing. To France's Resident General in Rabat, the political capital, they sent this solemn message: "A sacred religious obligation is imposed upon us to counsel the right, to reprove the wrong . . . We judge it opportune to demand in the name of Islam and of the Moroccan people the return of their legal sovereign, Sidi Mohammed ben Youssef, to the throne." Then, in secrecy, the priests reached another decision. Suicide...

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