This bill proposed by Algerian MP Amira Selim, which criminalizes the promotion of standardization with the Zionist entity through the media and social networks, is more than a symbolic act. It is a policy of principle that means much more than it seems.
It means that Algeria will not tolerate a “golanization” of Western Sahara and that it will not wait for Zionists of Moroccan origin to land in the Moroccan army, take control of it before taking action and harm Algerian national security. For to put it bluntly, no Algerian worthy of the name is adept at capitulating to Israel.
In a post on her Facebook page, the MP explained that this legal project supports the official position of the Algerian state which rejects any normalization with the Zionist entity, especially since the Western Sahara conflict is a question of decolonization. The draft law includes nine articles, including the prohibition for any person or party to promote the discourse of normalization with the Zionist entity through the official or private media, the possibility of taking legal action against any journalist or media worker.
For this deputy, as for the Algerian state and the anti-colonialist nation, the capitulation of Morocco which was in the air for a long time is part of this project of the enlarged Maghreb whose Middle East component has just been overturned by the axis of the Resistance. In the Maghreb, the US/Israel axis, just as in the Middle East, seeks to create a new wave of “internal and armed chaos” through the intrusion of the Zionist factor, chaos that it will seek to be as confessionalist and ethnicist as possible. A line of chaos linking the Middle East to the Maghreb, with Iran and Algeria at its two extremities. After all, an almost non-existent Israel can only survive by being inoculated in the Emirates or Morocco and by seeking to create chaos there, since this is the essence of the Zionist entity.
In fact, this policy provides the pretext for Israel not to mobilize its army to fight on the fronts. But it will push it to propagate the project of iranophobia in order to make its mercenaries in the Persian Gulf basin suggest that Iran represents a threat to regional security and it must be confronted!
Standardization will therefore, in principle, have to return the proposed terrain to the Israeli metastasis in the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and the regions occupied by Saudi Arabia and the Emirates in Yemen, in particular the strategic island of Socotra. The Americans and Israelis have invented a fictitious enemy for the Persian Gulf states they call Iran. In North Africa, they have invented a new source of conflict in the Maghreb, against the backdrop of the current situation in Western Sahara, and of course the Polisario Front, an enemy to be defeated.
A glance at the map of Algeria shows that the remnants of the terrorist group Daech are deployed in the Sahel countries, with whom Washington is organizing maneuvers on the borders of southern Algeria, Mali, Niger and Chad. Israel has infiltrated N’Djamena, the capital of Chad, to coordinate the actions of Daech elements. It is trying to provide them with the necessary support to conduct terrorist operations.
Years ago, daechists with the Tel Aviv regime’s unwavering support attacked oil targets and natural gas stations in southern Algeria. All this is part of the risks in perspective. It remains to be seen whether or not Algiers will allow itself to be taken advantage of. The current bill pushes us to answer in the negative. In the Persian Gulf, Iran blocks de facto and by its firepower any Zionist ambition, in the Maghreb, Algeria is already doing the same. Algeria has the largest air force and navy in Africa, an army whose Zionist entity saw a small demonstration of it in 1988 before retreating.
And that’s not all: if the U.S. has just supplied MQ-9 drones to Morocco, or if the pseudo-Moroccan Israelis among whom are some of the criminal generals of the Zionist army, Eizerkat, Petez … which would have already established themselves in a base located 30 kilometers from the Algerian borders, the ANP is self-sufficient: its arsenal made in Russia has not prevented it from manufacturing its own weapons and using them not for mercenary purposes for the US/NATO axis but to preserve the independence and sovereignty of the country.
Proof of this is the following: On October 8, 1988 the Israeli air force tried to infiltrate into the sky of Algeria and bomb a meeting of the Palestinian National Council, which was in session in the capital Algiers before colliding head-on with the MiG-25 and the radars of the Algerian DCA which intercepted the F-16 at a distance of 400 kilometers from the country’s airspace. The Algerian Buk-3s were also ready to fire and Israel had to flee. The same goes for the so-called Zionist navy which in June 84 made an attempt to approach the Algerian ports east of the capital, under the pretext of having to “chase a commando”. The raid was a total flop. … the bill of the Algerian deputy comes from far away. Just as in the Persian Gulf, Israel loses a lot if it thinks it can do anything in the Maghreb. Word of Resistance fighters…
bill to criminalize all forms of standardization with the Israeli occupation
Representatives in the Algerian Parliament support the idea of introducing a bill to criminalize all forms of standardization with the Israeli occupation, and to prohibit any measure that would justify positions or practices that support standardization in Algeria.
In an interview with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, MP Youssef Agisa said: “There are practical contacts with all parliamentary blocs to prepare a parliamentary legislative initiative that includes the criminalization of normalization in all its political, economic and cultural forms,” noting that “this proposal enjoys great parliamentary support.
“We want, through this legislative initiative, to support the position of the Algerian state, and we appreciate the position of the Algerian President, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, who had said that Algeria would not rush towards normalization,” Ajisa said.
The law also aims to criminalize all types of commercial and economic transactions with the Zionist regime and its companies.
In this context, Algerian MP Agisa, who belongs to the Society for Peace Movement and is a member of the Palestine Standing Committee in Iran-based Islamic parliaments, called for speeding up the formation of the Palestine Committee in the Algerian parliament, converting political positions into practical measures and implementing the recommendations of the meetings of Islamic parliaments that stipulate “creating a permanent committee to preserve the existence of the Palestinian cause”.
The Algerian Parliament thus decided to criminalize normalization, a clear warning against US/Israel maneuvers in Western Sahara, as Morocco decided to normalize with the Zionist entity after Trump’s announcement of the recognition of Moroccan sovereignty over the Sahara. But there is more; Algiers is getting ready for war.
The American Max G. Manwaring explained, in a lively conference in Israel in 2018, before an audience of NATO generals, the concept of the underhanded fourth-generation war that targets Algeria directly, along with all countries included in the reconfiguration plan for the Middle East and Maghreb.
The retired professor of military strategy at the U.S. Army War College’s Institute of Strategic Studies explained that the old methods of conventional warfare “are outdated” and that the world is now experiencing the “fourth generation” of weakening states from within without having to resort to sending troops.
“The goal is no longer to destroy a country’s army or reduce its military capabilities, but to annihilate it slowly but surely,” the American professor said, with the goal of “getting the enemy to comply with our demands,” he added.
The purpose of fourth-generation warfare is to destabilize the target country, the U.S. military strategist said, stressing that “this destabilization is carried out slowly and quietly using the citizens of the enemy country to create a powerless state so that we can dominate it. Why does this method need to be long term and carried out at a slow pace? Max G. Manwaring answers: “Continuous chaos means the gradual disruption of cities and the transformation of citizens into a lost herd. »
Max G. Manwaring insists: “The strategy of slow warfare is to move the war from one place to another, from one territory to another, to use all the capabilities of the enemy state in several stages spaced out in time and to push it to fight on several fronts at once. “To do this, you have to surround it with local executioners and work to provoke a crisis on one front while calming another, that is to say, you have to manage the crisis permanently and not solve it to avoid a rapid collapse,” the speaker added, explaining that “an accelerated destruction would spare many foundations and institutions of the state and society”.
In the Algerian case, the perpetrators of this hidden conflict are known. They belong to the Islamic current and the Socialist International. They have been acting since the 1990s from abroad, but also from within the country and have recovered, as in October 1988, the popular protest movement of 22 February 2019 by diverting it from its original purpose.
by Basit Abbasi – ZN