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NGO Says Tindouf Camps Live To Rhythm Of Protests

Rabat  -  Tindouf camps, on the Algerian soil, live to the rhythm of protests in a climate of heightened tension, which prompted Polisario to toughen its blockade on the camps, the Moroccan Alliance for Citizenship and Human rights warned Monday. In a letter addressed to the UN Secretary General, the NGO calls for "urgent action to put an end to the violations and abuses carried out by Polisario militia and ...

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Polisario Threatens to Return to War Against Morocco

Rabat-The Polisario Front has threatened it described as a new armed ‘struggle’ against Morocco in response to the speech delivered by King Mohammed VI last week on the 39th anniversary of the Green March. In the speech, the monarch emphasized that the Sahara would remain under Moroccan sovereignty until the end of time. In a statement he issued from Algeria, Mohamed Salem Ouled Salek, Minister of Foreign A ...

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Morocco vs. the United Nations & the United States

By Majid Morceli San Francisco - Einstein once said that if he had one hour to save the world, he would spend fifty-five minutes defining the problem and only five minutes finding the solution. When the late King Hassan II agreed in 1991 to a cease-fire and to UN involvement in finding a solution to the so-called Western Sahara problem, he was under the impression that the UN would first try to define the p ...

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1 Million Signatures to Support Morocco’s Autonomy Plan

Taliouine, Morocco - The “Arrahman” Association for Community and Cultural Work and Sovereignty, in collaboration with the International Coordination for the Moroccan Sahara Autonomy Support (CISASM), led a campaign today in Taliouine, about 190 kilometers from Agadir, to collect one million signatures in support of the support of the Autonomy Plan. After a meeting between the region’s community activists o ...

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Ibtissam: The New Icon of Moroccan Patriotism

New York - The supporters of the Algerian government are not happy these days with the Lebanese people, especially with the Beirut-based TV channel CBS, and they have every reason not to be. While their government has been striving, for four decades now, to thwart every Moroccan effort to reaffirm Morocco’s sovereignty over the so-called Western Sahara, some Algerians received a slap in the face on the 39th ...

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‘Western Sahara’: King Mohammed VI’s Clear Message to the United Nations

New York - On the 39th anniversary of the Green March, King Mohammed VI delivered a landmark speech that will be remembered for years to come. The speech both ended Morocco’s passivity and inertia in dealing with “Western Sahara” conflict and set the tone for Moroccan diplomacy in the coming years. Unlike his speeches in previous years, the Moroccan monarch was strong in his assessment of the current situat ...

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“Solidarity and Unity” Valued in King Mohammed VI’s Green March Speech

Marrakech - On the 39th anniversary of the Green March, King Mohammed VI’s anniversary speech focused on the country’s Regionalization Project to promote unity and solidarity among all Moroccan regions. Morocco’s advanced Regionalization Project, a governmental substantial deep structural reform of all the state structures, is designed to contribute to a common and unified development for Morocco via assist ...

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Algeria’s ‘known’ role in Sahara issue poses security risks in region: Peter Pham

Washington - Algeria's "known" role in the artificial dispute over the Moroccan Sahara through its unconditional support to the separatist movement of the Polisario perpetuates this conflict that poses security risks for the entire region, warned Peter Pham, director of the Africa Centre in the influential U.S. think tank Atlantic Council. Algeria’s support to the so-called SADR is a very clear fact to any ...

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King Mohammed VI Calls on U.N, U.S to Clarify Their Positions on “Western Sahara”

Rabat- In his landmark speech delivered on the 39th anniversary of the Green March, King Mohammed VI reaffirmed Morocco’s determination not to cede an iota of its territory over the “Western Sahara,”and called upon the United Nations and the United States to clarify their positions on the conflict. While recalling that Morocco has shown readiness and good faith in solving the territorial dispute based on a ...

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Sahara is Moroccan, Will Remain So Until End of Time: King Mohammed VI

Rabat - King Mohammed VI of Morocco delivered a speech to the Moroccan people on the occasion of the 39th anniversary of the Green March, which allowed Morocco to recover its sovereignty over the so-called Western Sahara. In a strongly-worded speech that will undoubtedly set the new tone of the Moroccan diplomacy in its defense of the Moroccaness of the ‘Western Sahara’, the King said that the question of t ...

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Full Text of King Mohammed VI’s Speech On 39th Anniversary Of Green March

Rabat - King Mohammed VI delivered, on Thursday, a speech to the Nation on the occasion of the 39th anniversary of the Glorious Green March. Praise be to God,  May peace and blessings be upon the Prophet, His Kith and Kin Dear Citizens, Today, we are proudly celebrating the thirty-ninth anniversary of the Green March. This is an opportunity to take stock not only of the development achieved in our southern ...

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5 Facts You Should Know about the Green March

Rabat - Today, the Moroccan people celebrates the 39th anniversary of the Green March. The Green March is commemorated annually to immortalize the story of the 350,000 Moroccans who marched into Morocco’s southern provinces in the Sahara as well as the millions of Moroccans who were on that march with their hearts to free the territory from the Spanish rule. On 6 November 1975, over 350,000 Moroccans from a ...

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