The Polisario bothered by Madrid’s attitude in Takbar Haddi case

The Polisario has been traumatized by the Spanish authorities’ decision to put an end to the sit-in observed by Takbar Haddi in front of Morocco’s consulate in the Canary Islands, according to informed...
Continue Reading 0 comment

Polisario : Mahjouba’s Case Sets Ablaze Tindouf camps

Mohamed Abdelaziz has still many problems looming, even after the release of Mahjouba Hamdidaf. If the hasty release of the young Spanish woman of Sahrawi descent, at Algeria’s orders, has made it possible...
Continue Reading 0 comment

Western Sahara : One Way Ticket from Tindouf to Bordeaux

Sud-Ouest, a daily based in the French city of Bordeaux, has recently published a reporting on migrants waiting to be regularized in Bordeaux. Through this reporting, the newspaper inadvertently covered...
Continue Reading 0 comment

Western Sahara: Sahrawis’ Leaving to Tindouf, a Mere Gong-Show

The revelations made recently by a former member of the Polisario, who left the Tindouf camps and returned to Morocco, say a lot about the genesis of the Western Sahara conflict. Semlali Aabadilah has...
Continue Reading 0 comment

Spanish Justice Continuing Prosecution of Polisario Leaders for Genocide

The national audience, the highest criminal court in Spain, has resumed the hearings of new plaintiffs against Polisario leaders accused of genocide and gross violations of human rights, despite the pressures...
Continue Reading 0 comment

Western Sahara’s independence, an unsustainable Solution (Spanish Institute)

Mohamed Abdelaziz’s attitude is usually egotistical and arrogant even when he is facing problems or difficulties. However, a report published recently by a renowned Spanish research center has unsettled...
Continue Reading 0 comment

Madrid: DRS at Disarray on Eve of Polisario’s Trial

Blackmail and pressure. These are the recurrent watchwords of the Algerian military intelligence services (DRS) on the eve of the opening of the trial of several members of the Polisario and of Algerian...
Continue Reading 0 comment