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hajj Formal and Popular Muslim Pilgrimages in Morocco: a comparison of Moroccan Amazigh pilgrimage traditions to local saint shrines and to Mecca, and the changes in pilgrimage habits during the 20th century

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Copyright 2002, 2012 Catherine Cartwright-Jones

This paper examines local pilgrimage traditions in Morocco during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, compares them to the pilgrimage to Mecca
This paper is intended to offer perspective on pilgrimage to saint's tombs, Hajj, and  on the increasing destruction of saint’s tombs in North Africa. This paper discusses issues of gender and modernity in Islamic pilgrimage that are overlooked in the news reports of saints' tombs destruction.
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