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Polisario incites the implementation of terrorist operations on Moroccan territory

By Manal Abdel Fattah

The separatist Polisario Front, through one of its leaders from Tindouf in the Algerian-controlled Eastern Sahara, made public threats and direct incitement to cause chaos and carry out terrorist attacks on Moroccan territory.

This came about seven months after the separatist front also claimed responsibility for the quadruple attack on Morocco.

On October 29, 2023, the city of Smara in the southern provinces of the Kingdom was subjected to bombing, which led to the death of a young man and the injury of three others, after the bombings affected three residential neighborhoods in the city.

The attack did not target any military bases or sites in the region.

The new escalation came through an audio recording of the prominent leader of the Polisario Front, Bashir Mustafa al-Sayyid, dating back to April 28, 2024, in which he addressed the residents of the southern provinces of the Kingdom, saying: “If we are here dying by the dozens in order to achieve gain, then you can achieve gains with little, so our chances are Less than what you have.”

In reference to the separation wall that prevents secessionist infiltration into the Kingdom.

Al-Bashir Mustafa Al-Sayyid, who is also the brother of Governor Mustafa Al-Sayyid, founder of the separatist Polisario Front, went on to say: With a few explosives, you can hit more targets than you hit during the war….And if you want explosives, God willing, we have them and they spoil in our warehouses.”

After Bashir Mustafa al-Sayyid, accused of killing and torturing dozens of Mauritanians in Polisario prisons between 1975 and 1978, confirmed the Front’s desire to arm its loyalists from the region’s population with sufficient explosives to ignite the stable conditions inside.

In the Kingdom, he called on separatists inside the country to also work to recruit local residents.

He says: “Every man and woman among you must convince three or four people every night to carry out bombing operations in Smara, Dakhla, Boujdour and Laayoune… if you want the occupied territories to be a volcano underfoot.” From the invaders.

Al-Bashir Mustafa Al-Sayyid, leader of the movement opposing the leader of the separatist Front, Ibrahim Ghali, defended these terrorist attacks, stressing that this is the path that will divert Morocco from the separatist Tindouf Front, and will disperse its forces.

Ideas distribute their fire instead of focusing it on one point, so that the enemy (Morocco) feels that the land is unsafe and that he does not know where to direct his fire.

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