Mughrabi

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Mughrabi, Mugrabi, Mograbi, or Mograby is a surname and place name derived from "Maghreb" – meaning "West" in Arabic, and usually referring to North Africa or specifically to Morocco, i.e., the westernmost part of the Arab and Muslim world. It exists among both Muslims and Jews originating from this region.

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Locations[edit]

  • Mughrabi Quarter or Moroccan Quarter, historic quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, razed in 1967 to make place for the Wailing Wall Plaza
  • Mughrabi, Yemen

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