Morocco was one of four regional states to normalise ties with Israel in 2020, along with Bahrain, Sudan and the United Arab Emirates.
The Palestinian resistance group and the Lebanese Shia armed group have had long-standing ties and the recent violence in Gaza might have helped to strengthen their connections.
The European Parliament passed a resolution, tabled by Madrid, rejecting “Morocco’s use of border control and migration, and unaccompanied minors in particular, as political pressure against Spain.”
Led by a young generation of Palestinians, millions across the Middle East have condemned Israel and opposed its apartheid policies.
Meanwhile, Brahim Ghali, the leader of a movement seeking independence from Morocco, testified before an investigating magistrate at the National Court in Madrid into allegations against him of torture, genocide and other crimes.
Relations between the two countries go into a tailspin after Spain decides to help the leader of a group that Morocco has designated as terrorist.
Morocco's latest decision to allow thousands of migrants to enter the Spanish enclave has added strain between the two sides, with the European Union calling the move "blackmail".
At least 5,000 migrants reached the enclave by swimming or walking at low tide from beaches in neighbouring Morocco, says local government spokesperson.
Signatories to the Abraham Accords defended a normalisation of ties with Israel by saying it would allow them to exert leverage over Israel. That has not been the case.
Israeli air strikes on blockaded Gaza have killed 133 people, including 36 children and 20 women, and has wounded 950 others, Palestinian medics said.
Mali's health ministry said 25-year-old Halima Cisse had given birth to five girls and four boys by Caesarean section in Morocco.
The deal worth millions is set to bring the two countries closer and marks another step in the growing international market for Turkish drones.
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