Morocco awards Trump its highest honor for his role in bringing peace
The outgoing US President Donald Trump received the highest honor from the Kingdom of Morocco, today, Friday; For his great role in bringing peace between Rabat and Tel Aviv, in the absence of the media from the awarding ceremonies.
According to a high-ranking source in the US administration, the special ceremony was held in the Oval Office of the White House, where Princess Lalla Jamala Alaoui, the Moroccan ambassador to the United States, presented Trump with the "Medal of Muhammad."
It is noteworthy that the Order of Muhammad is an award that is given only to heads of state as a gift from the Moroccan monarch, King Mohammed VI.
In the same context, the senior White House adviser, Jared Kushner, and the US envoy to the Middle East, Avi Berkowitz, received two awards; For their work on the Israeli-Moroccan agreement reached in December 2020.
During the last five months, the United States helped to conclude agreements between Israel, the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco aimed at normalizing relations and building economic ties.