The meeting, which took place on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, included the two countries’ efforts to curb Iranian influence in the region, the website reported on Monday.
Bourita told Al Jazeera at the time that Rabat had incriminating evidence on Iran’s role in supporting the secessionist movement.
Netanyahu and Bourita also discussed restoring ties between the two countries, which enjoyed full diplomatic relations in the years between 1995 and 2000, after the Oslo Accords had been signed between Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).
An Israeli official said Netanyahu was interested in making a public visit to Morocco, similar to the one he made to Oman last year.
The prime minister’s office declined to confirm the meeting had taken place, saying, “We do not comment on contacts with countries Israel has no formal relations with.”
There was no comment from the Moroccan authorities on the report.