The cemetery is very old and moving, but as Jews (and a Moroccan Jew among us), we were furious to see graves being whitewashed so that inscriptions became unreadable. I suppose this was to "care" for the tombs, but it was the sloppiest way possible to do so. We were outraged when the gatekeeper tried to charge admission, but he backed down when we said we were Jewish and visiting family graves.
Worse was the synagogue, where again the Muslim "caretakers" asked for admission, claiming the space was a "museum." I pointed out that there were no cultural, historic, or artistic objects making it a museum. Further, as Jews, we refused to pay for our own place of worship, just as they didn't charge Muslims to enter the medersas. It took some heated French, but they backed down, especially when we pointed out that the maintainance for the synagogue was paid for by American Jewish groups, as a plaque proudly displayed.
Beyond that, there were shops in the souk that proudly sold Judaica that was clearly forged (the Hebrew was wrong or there were the wrong number of branches to the menorahs). There are some actual relics, highly priced, such as scraps of old torahs. It was hard to see how Jewish culture had been destroyed and then marketed.
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