Re: ( Sahara Updates ) No reason to have a green light to break the international law.... REFERENDUM NOW!
- From: "Maroc2050" <alibouallou@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 6 Apr 2007 12:52:24 -0700
It is definitely right to say that sahrawis will regain their
liberties within the autonomy project. They were decolonized in 1975
then the Polisario took a minority of them to Tindouf camps in 1976 in
order to use them as hostages against the kingdom of Morocco. Those
sahraouis wasn't told about the target place before their
displacement. The world must know this established act. The world must
also know the following : at the beginning the Polisario ambition was
to change the moroccan regime based on a monarchy system but they
didn't succeed on that then the Polisario was recovered by Algeria to
face the moroccan regime. Unfortunately, the algerian support is still
running and prevents any forward on negotiations to stop Tindouf's
sahraouis sufferings. The Polisario had nothing to claim about Western
Sahara and sahraouis. The actual leader of the Polisario Mohamed
Abdelaziz is a native moroccan citizen. He made his high studies at
the university of Rabat. That may show to the reader the real history
of the Western Sahara conflict. The history of the Polisatio and the
leaders of the Polisario doesn't make any sense about Western
The minority of sahraouis which is actually retained in Tindouf in
algerian lands are living a very hard conditions. They were and are
still misled. For those reasons, The kingdom of Morocco has given the
wise opportunity to the Polisario to negotiate the future of Tindouf's
camps and their return back to the mother land.
The green light is not enough to save sahraouis in Tindouf' camps, I
think the sound of banking alarms in all over the world should be
For those who would like to know more about the history conflict of
Western Sahara please go to http://www.sahara-online.net > Sahara
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