It is in Casablanca, Morocco.
JTA reported on it when it re-opened in 2013:
The museum, with a floor space of a few hundred square yards, features photos of synagogues from across the kingdom, Torah scrolls and Chanukah lamps, Moroccan caftans embroidered with gold, jewels, ancient rugs and objects of Jewish-Moroccan cultural heritage.
“It’s not a fancy museum, but it contains some real treasures of cultures,” said Joel Rubinfeld, co-chair of the European Jewish Parliament, who saw the museum last month during a visit for talks with Moroccan officials.
Founded 15 years earlier by the Jewish community of Casablanca, the museum was later managed by the Foundation of Moroccan Judaism under its chief administrator, Simon Levy. The building was renovated following his death in 2011.
Morocco has about 3,000 Jews, a tenth of its original Jewish population before the establishment of the State of Israel.
Some of the items exhibited:
Egypt is showing some interest in its own Jewish past. A major TV miniseries, called "Jewish Quarter," is now being filmed and has attracted major Arab stars. It will take place in the early 1950s and sounds like it will be sympathetic with the Jews who were forced out of Egypt - but not the Zionists.