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Algerian Army Kills Two Polisario Members PDF Print E-mail
Written by Abdelhak Kettani   
Wednesday, 08 January 2014 17:11

Two Sahrawis, member of the Polisario Front, were shot dead by Algerian soldiers in an area bordering on the Mauritanian frontier called "Wediane Tetrat."
Activists of the Forum of Support to Autonomy Advocates in Tindouf  “FORSATIN" who disclosed the incident said a mobile unit of the Algerian army had been ordered to chase two trucks and two all-terrain vehicles that were driving Sahrawis to Mauritania.
As the vehicles refused to pull over, the Algerian soldiers fired several shots killing at least two people and injuring several other fugitives. Several other Sahrawis are reported missing, the same source said.
According to FORSATIN, three survivors, including one who is in critical condition because of his wounds, managed to return to the Tindouf camps and to recount the bloodbath committed by the Algerian army.

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Humanitarian Aid to the Polisario, a Real Threat to U.S. Security PDF Print E-mail
Written by Abdelhak Kettani   
Friday, 27 December 2013 15:32

The humanitarian assistance extended to the Sahrawis living in the Tindouf camps and that the Polisario leaders do not hesitate to embezzle to enrich themselves and fund illegal actions is, today, a real threat to American security, according to a US defense expert.
“If the Obama administration truly cares about making sure taxpayer funds and foreign assistance do not go to terrorist networks that threaten U.S. national security, such as AQIM, it must ensure that no money goes to the Polisario camps,” states Michael Rubin, resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute, and lecturer at Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR)
In an analysis published in the U.S. publication, "Commentary Mazgazine" under the title “Algeria’s Aid Scam Threatens US Security”, Michael Rubin openly accuses the Polisario and the Algerian government of scams, embezzlement of international aid and falsification of demographic data of the Tindouf camps residents.

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Sahara : Polisario’s Abuses Exposed before Visiting UN Experts PDF Print E-mail
Written by Abdelhak Kettani   
Thursday, 19 December 2013 10:05

The Polisario leaders and torturers are again placed in the dock for the abuses and serious human rights violations they committed in the Tindouf camps.
Sahrawi civil society activists last Sunday seized the opportunity of a visit to Laayoune of a delegation of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) to denounce the abuses and violations inflicted on the populations sequestered by the militias of Mohamed Abdelaziz, the Polisario chief.
The delegation, led by WGAD chairman, El Hadji Malick Sow, is visiting Morocco this December at the invitation of the Moroccan government.
The invitation is part of Morocco’s opening up and interaction with the mechanisms of the UN human rights system and also translates the Kingdom’s strategic and irreversible choice in the matter.

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Argentinean’s Revelations about Polisario’s Connivance with terrorists PDF Print E-mail
Written by Abdelhak Kettani   
Friday, 13 December 2013 16:52

How did the Polisario leaders ally with the terrorist groups and drug trafficking networks operating in the vast Sahel-Sahara region? This is the mystery that Argentinean scholar, Carlos Adalberto Agozino, attempted to disclose in a recently published book.
In this book entitled "Geopolitica del Sahara-Sahel" (The Sahara-Sahel Geopolitics) and published by Ediciones Dosyuna Argentinas, the author is categorical as to the existing collusion between the Polisario and the terrorist groups roaming in the Sahel and sub-Saharan Africa, mainly Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb Islamic (AQIM ).
Quoting credible sources, including from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the author of the book asserts that the Polisario leaders and militia are also in collusion with criminal organizations involved in the trafficking of hard drugs originating from Latin America.

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