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Western Sahara: Morocco Hails Sweden’s Decision on the Self-Proclaimed SADR

Rabat – Moroccan authorities have been quick to react to the decision of the Swedish government no to recognize the self-proclaimed Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic. “The decision by Sweden not to recognize the pseudo "SADR" is "in accordance with international law and consistent with the political process conducted within the framework of the United Nations" said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooper ...

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We Don’t Support Nor Oppose Moroccan Autonomy Plan on ‘Western Sahara': Algerian FM

Rabat - Algerian Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra has claimed that Algeria remains neutral regarding the so-called Western Sahara issue, denying any support by Algiers to Polisario. “Algeria neither support nor reject the autonomy proposal proposed by Morocco to the Polisario Front,” Ramtane Lamamra told Alarabya TV channel. Algeria’s top diplomat said that the proposal is linked to the conflicting parties ...

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Rarely-Seen Historical Moments of the Green March

New York - On the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of Morocco’s Green March, the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces (FARMAROC) has released a rarely seen video of the historical moment on the unforgettable November 6, 1975. The 30-second footage shows a journalist (media was allowed to tape the March under strict regulations) describing in French the exact moment when 350,000 Moroccan marchers peacefully crossed t ...

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Never-Seen Before Footage of Morocco’s Green March

New York - This Friday November 6, Moroccans will celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Morocco’s Green March. On this occasion, Morocco’s Royal Armed Forces (FARMAROC) released a rare footage that immortalizes this watershed event. The video starts when late King Hassan II urged the Moroccan people to stage a pacific march into the Sahara region and challenge Spain’s occupation and colonization of the territor ...

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Moroccan-Jewish Community of Toronto Celebrates 40th Anniversary of the Green March

New York - The Moroccan-Jewish community of Toronto, Canada celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the Green March, one of the important events in Morocco’s recent history, and reaffirms its attachment to Morocco’s territorial integrity. “The Sahara has been, is and will always be Moroccan,” the President of the Moroccan-Jewish community of Toronto (CJMT), Simon Keslassy, said in a statement according to Maghre ...

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King Mohammed VI to Launch MAD 140 Billion Projects in Western Sahara

Rabat - Morocco’s King Mohammed VI is set to arrive in Laâyoune this week on the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the Green March, where he is expected to announce the launch of a MAD 140 billion project in the so-called Western Sahara region, according to Akhbar Al Youm. The Moroccan King had previously announced his decision to share unpublished news and upcoming plans regarding the Sahara. The monarch ...

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Green March Comic Available in Moroccan Bookstores by November

Rabat - Moroccan-American film director Ayoub Qanir published a comic highlighting the glory of the Green March on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. When asked why he chose to make a comic, the Moroccan young director said because it is "a good way to capture the attention of the Moroccan youth and generate interest for this great history." "The Green March" will be available in bookstores in Arabic, Be ...

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Moroccans March in Stockholm to Defend Morocco’s Territorial Integrity

Stockholm - Hundreds of Moroccans from different Scandinavian countries staged, Saturday in Stockholm, a march to underline that "Morocco's territorial integrity is a red line that cannot be crossed." Called by NGOs in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland, the event, held successively in a large park in the Swedish capital, then in a square in front of the iconic Royal Theatre, aimed to draw the att ...

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Morocco’s FM Labels Sweden’s Project to Recognize So-Called SADR a ‘Strategic Mistake’

Rabat - Following the news that Sweden is on the verge of recognizing the so-called Sahrawi Republic (SADR), Morocco’s Foreign Minister Salah Eddine Mezouar reportedly held a meeting with his Swedish counterpart, Margot Wallström, on Tuesday, on the sideline of the 70th UN General Assembly in New York. The information was revealed on the Wednesday issue of the London-based Arab speaking daily Al Quds Al-ara ...

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Western Sahara: A Moroccan Open Letter to the Swedish Parliament

Dear Honorable Members of Riksdag (Swedish Parliament), I am an admirer of Sweden’s distinctive and uncompromising foreign policy. More than often, Sweden takes the lead in endorsing and supporting underdog popular causes because Swedish people believe in their hearts of the righteousness of such movements. However, recognizing the self-proclaimed Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) as the sole and legi ...

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Leaked Video Shows Inhumane Conditions in Polisario Prisons

Rabat - A video posted on YouTube shows the inhumane conditions inside a Polisario prison in the Tindouf camps in Algeria. The jail has been allegedly used by separatists with the support of the Algerian secret services  to house prisoners who disagree with the leaders of the front or  believe that  Morocco’s Autonomy Plan proposal is the most realistic solution that would pave the way towards finding a mut ...

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Shocking Pictures Show Life Inside Notorious Polisario Prisons

Rabat - Photos and videos recently published on Hespress news website have revealed the inhuman conditions of Polisario's notorious Dhaibia prison near the Rabouni camp hosting the Front's headquarters.  The shocking images, obtained by Arabic-speaking news website Hespress on Thursday, expose the Polisario prison where political dissidents and youth aspiring for change are held in sweltering, confined and ...

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