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Tindouf Camps in Algeria, ‘Hotbed of Tension’ & ‘Ticking Bomb’ Threatening Region’s Security (Ivorian Paper)


  16 Mai      14        Politics (18742),

   

Abidjan, 16/05/2024 (MAP) – The Tindouf camps in southwest Algeria are “a hotbed of tension and a ticking bomb” threatening the region’s security, writes the Ivorian paper “Le Mandat”.

This region is already beset by serious challenges, notably terrorism, which is causing hundreds of civilian casualties in several Sahel countries, stresses the author of the article published on Thursday under the title “Sahelo-Saharan zone: terrorist and criminal threats are spreading.”

According to several international experts, adds the Ivorian paper, the Tindouf camps are considered to be reserves for the recruitment of terrorists for various terror organizations active in this region, with the blessing and full connivance of the “polisario front” leaders.

The paper also points out that the leaders of the “polisario front” operate under the orders of the military regime of a country which continues to provide this alleged entity with all the necessary political, diplomatic, financial and military support.

“Some one trillion dollars (one thousand billion) have been squandered by this country at the expense of its own people to support this lost cause and perpetuate fifty years of suffering and pain inflicted on the isolated inhabitants of the Tindouf camps, depriving them of their most basic rights to freedom of movement or expression and to a dignified life », notes the daily.

It underlines that this situation has been denounced by the international community for decades (…), adding that this destabilizing regime, whose hatred of Morocco is proportional to its determination to remain as a source of support and funding for all movements advocating hatred, destruction and undermining the security of several countries on the continent, has been using its “proxy”, the polisario, for nearly five decades to accentuate division, chaos and violence on our continent, particularly in the Sahel.

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