The Polisario has openly announced that it intends to attack the Sahara in the cities of Dakhla and Laâyoune in commando operations.
The decision to return to the armed struggle “does not exclude any region from another”declared Mohamed Luali Akeik, who describes himself as Chief of the General Staff of the Sahrawi Liberation Army.
“All Sahrawi territories are a legitimate target for the fighters of the Sahrawi army”he underlined by expressing his will to attack the Sahara militarily, in yet another provocation directed towards Morocco.
Among the cities he targets are Laayoune, Dakhla, Smara, and Boujdour, he says, seeking armed confrontation with Morocco. The polisario had announced at the end of 2021 to leave the ceasefire established in 1991.
The members of the Polisario who obey the Algerian military command want to continue the conflict around the Sahara. Their aim has never been to offer the Sahrawi populations a better quality of life or civic and human rights, as evidenced by the deplorable situation of the Sahrawis living in the Tindouf camps.
Their disastrous living conditions in these camps have lasted for almost 50 years and they have not changed since the beginning, despite thousands of euros and dollars of humanitarian aid sent by several European countries and even by the European Union. European itself.
These aids diverted by members of the Polisario militia and the Algerian authorities who receive them as host country, are used to finance the purchase of arms and the lavish lifestyle of the leaders of the separatist movement as well as the members of their families who all have second homes in countries like Spain or South America.
According to the head of the militia, the operations prepared by the separatists will also be internal, affirming that there are Sahrawis imbued with their doctrine in the Moroccan Sahara who would be ready to carry out commando operations from the Sahara against Moroccan targets.
Demonstrating once again the dependence on Algeria and the impregnation of the Polisario in the operating methods of the country which allowed them to organize themselves into a militia on its territory to terrorize Morocco, the Saharawi representative praised the revolution Algerian as do the Algerian generals who continue to rehash a bygone past and a war in which they did not participate.
He describes it as “a distinct and unique historical experience that has been an example for many peoples to follow in liberating their country” adding that “the Algerian revolution is present in the minds of the Sahrawi fighters and on the side of the peoples in search of liberation”.
The latter also explained that the polisario did not want a solution to the conflict, attacking France “who continues to manipulate the security of the region and is the one who resists the initiatives of the UN emissaries, putting as an obstacle to any solution other than the autonomy proposal”.
Except that the creation of a state in the southern provinces of Morocco, as the separatists want, has never been on the agenda, and this, since 1975. It has always been a question of listening to the demands and the expectations of a small part of dissident Sahrawis and to ensure that all the Sahrawi people can self-determine.
Thus, to date, after exhausting all the possible solutions, only one has filled in all the boxes requested by the UN Security Council and it is a Moroccan proposal for autonomy, proposed in 2007. This initiative is the one that the international community considers as the best solution to put an end to this false conflict created by Algeria after its independence.