Morocco Earthquake Moves Marginalized Churches to Christian Charity
Local and foreign Christians have joined in relief efforts following last week’s massive earthquake in Morocco.
Nearly 3,000 people have died, with more than 5,000 injured. Registering 6.8 on the Richter scale, it is the North African nation’s most powerful quake since 1969 and its deadliest since 1960.
But far from the epicenter near the historic city of Marrakesh, gathered believers all had the same question.
“No one ever asks of disasters, ‘Why did it happen to them?’” said Youssef Ahmed, a senior member of Tangier Northern Church, 350 miles away....