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M. Hilale: The Algerian ambassador is neglecting his Arab responsibilities at the Security Council in favor of his agenda on Western Sahara

“There is a community in Algeria, the Kabyle one, which has been waiting for self-determination for over 150 years and which you are terrorizing, imprisoning and depriving of its freedom and its most legitimate right,” Morocco’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the UN, Omar Hilale, fired at Algeria at the C24 seminar currently being held in Caracas, Venezuela.

Call for Terrorism in Tindouf Camps: Polisario Spreads Fear

During a gathering on April 28th in the Tindouf camps, a shocking declaration emerged, casting a sinister shadow over the region's stability. Bachir Mustapha Sayed, a member of the so-called national secretariat of the Polisario, made an infamous call to sympathizers of the separatist movement, urging them to carry out terrorist attacks in the cities of Laayoune, Smara, and Boujdour.

The individual in question reportedly expressed readiness to provide the necessary explosives to commit such criminal acts in order to "destabilize the enemy and open new fronts," according to him.

International conference in Dakhla sheds light on geopolitics of Moroccan Sahara

The first Policy Conference of the Coalition for Autonomy in the Sahara (AUSACO) took center stage on Thursday in Dakhla, focusing on the Moroccan Sahara’s geopolitics.

Eminent national and international figures gathered to engage in a comprehensive discussion on the ongoing regional dispute, considering recent developments at the United Nations and on the ground.

Empowerment and Equality: The Role of Women in the Moroccan Sahara and the Urgent Call for Protection of Sahrawi Women in Tindouf Camps

As a former deputy Minister, I am highly committed to the cause of women’s empowerment and gender equality in Africa, as well as the unity of our Continent. I can testify with pride, that women in the Moroccan Sahara are fully empowered and enjoy all the freedoms provided for by the Moroccan Constitution and international human rights law.

 

AUSACO Policy Conference in Dakhla on Geopolitical Horizon of Sahara Issue

“The Geopolitical Horizon of the Moroccan Sahara Issue” is the theme of the first Policy Conference of the Autonomy for the Sahara Coalition (AUSACO), which will be held on Thursday and Friday in Dakhla.

Prominent figures from AUSACO will attend the conference, as well as former prime ministers, foreign ministers, and ambassadors–along with academics, journalists, and lawyers from Africa, and Europe–in addition to members of parliament from the Sahara region, local elected officials, and representatives of civil society.

The Controversial De Mistura Visit to South Africa: A Step Backward in Resolving the Western Sahara Issue

The longstanding conflict over the Western Sahara has once again captured international attention, as former United Nations envoy Staffan de Mistura embarks on a visit to South Africa. This move has sparked outrage from Morocco, claiming interference in its internal affairs and expressing deep concern about the potential negative impact on the ongoing efforts to resolve the Western Sahara issue. Many sees that De Mistura's visit to South Africa may not be a constructive move and might hinder the progress towards finding a lasting solution to the Western Sahara conflict.