Netherlands: Jewish Moroccans balancing between cultures
RNW has an interesting article about Jewish Moroccans in the Netherlands. Usually when the media talks about "Moroccans" in Europe they focus on the Muslim majority and ignore the Jewish minority. It's most striking when it comes to France, since the majority of French Jews today immigrated to France from North Africa, but the media never refers to them as such.
In any case, trying to be politically correct this article does exactly the opposite. It talks about two groups: "Jewish Moroccans" and "Dutch Moroccans", as in the following sentence: "Jacob al-Malagh, a 47-year-old Jewish Moroccan mechanic, comes into contact with Dutch Moroccans on a daily basis."
Am I the only one who thinks that sentence is ridiculous?