The UN King of Morocco could not contain the street, deceive it with the ridiculous claim that normalization = Moroccan Sahara. Hundreds of Moroccans braved the royal ban and organized, on Saturday, December 26, new protests in several cities of the country against the normalization between the Moroccan regime and the Zionist entity.
Hundreds, if not thousands, since the prevailing censorship does not allow any politically incorrect information to leak out.
And given the list of cities, these parades would have been very giant: Rabat, Fez, Oujda, Casablanca, Tetouan … all passed there for a first outburst of anti-Rabat and anti-Zionist anger. Protesters carrying Palestinian flags chanted slogans against normalization with Israel and against the crimes committed by this regime against the Palestinians. These rallies took place after Moroccan security services in Rabat refused two weeks ago to authorize the holding of a sit-in denouncing the planned normalization in front of the Parliament.
According to Rai al-Youm, the leftist progressive student faction of the National Union of Moroccan Students also denounced this measure. Members of the National Union of Moroccan Students met in various Moroccan universities (Rabat, Fez, Oujda, Casablanca, Tetouan …) in stands in solidarity with the Palestinian people. Only one word was in their mouths: long live Palestine, Israel out!
The demonstrators renewed their full and absolute solidarity with the “just Palestinian cause”, and “their condemnation of the Moroccan regime’s policy of publicly announcing the normalization of relations in the eyes of world public opinion with the Zionist entity that is usurping Palestinian land”. And in Tetouan (northern Morocco), there were songs denouncing the normalization of “tyrannical Arab regimes” as the demonstrators burned the Israeli flag “in a message to the world that a land thief is nothing more than a thief and a captive who has neither flag nor land, and that rights are not forgotten by prescription, and they are not sold on interest”.
The Moroccan Annahj Addimocrati party strongly condemned Rabat’s decision to normalize relations with the Zionist entity, calling on all forces and citizens to “reject it and unite to abort it. For the Annahj Addimocrati party, normalization is “a betrayal and a stab in the back of the Palestinian people and its just cause”, because it is a decision that “ignores the position of the Moroccan people and the living and democratic forces that support the Palestinian cause”.
The Moroccan organization of support for the causes of the nation sees it as a “unilateral and ill-considered approach that will have a negative impact on the Palestinian cause as well as on the history, stability, future and regional relations of Morocco”. What if the protests continue and increase? Obviously the king is counting on the intelligence support of Tel-aviv to denounce the citizens, put them in jail, in short, muzzle them.
But it may be otherwise: almost a year ago, on December 1, 2019, a Moroccan bus driver crushed a group of Israelis. A Zionist even left the skin. It was a Saturday, December 1, and the incident occurred in Casablanca, when a group of Israelis, including clerics and businessmen, who had traveled to Morocco to take part in a celebration organized by Rabbi Josiah Pinto, suddenly saw a bus crash into them. A bit like the blows that Mossad organizes in Europe, Germany or even France to accuse European Muslims of being daechists, Muslims often of North African origin.
According to News 12, “the group of Israelis left the hotel with two buses waiting outside, when one of the drivers suddenly hit the gas pedal and hit the two Israelis crossing the road. One Israeli, whose name has not yet been authorized, was killed instantly and two others were injured”. At the time, the “victim” was identified as Rabbi David Levy, 41, a resident of Ashdod. His Majesty’s Police arrested the two bus drivers in an attempt to determine whether or not it was terrorist action and concluded that it was a mistake. This being the case, no Moroccan worthy of the name did not believe him. The incident has been closed but in this December 2020 all fear to start again. Especially if the Moroccans stop on the fact that the pseudo Zionist Moroccans of Israel have already betrayed Morocco once and that they would not hesitate to do so a second time. At 30 kilometers from the Algerian borders, Zionist officers widely infiltrated within the Marican army are already preparing the war against the brotherly people of Algeria.
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The official spokesman of the Algerian government, Ammar Belhimer, describing the Palestinian question as “sacred”, says that Algeria considers Palestine as its most important concern.
Lingering on the fact that Algeria neither approves nor supports normalization, he continued: “The question of Palestine is an important issue of Algerian foreign policy to which the Algerian nation is also attached. »
Noting that Algeria’s position was always in favor of the solidarity of Arab nations, Mr. Blahimer recalled that his country always remained concerned about Arab solidarity and that it was in the context of the same concern that Algerian President Abdel Majid Tebboune supported the Palestinian cause.
Lingering on the fact that the Palestinian question will remain a sacred and flagship issue for Algeria and its people,” President Tebboune said: “Once again, we reiterate our firm support for the Palestinian nation, its just cause and its inalienable right to an independent and sovereign Palestinian state with the noble Qods as its capital. »
The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed a compromise agreement on September 15 to officially normalize their relations with Israel; an act that provoked the anger of Palestinian groups and Muslim nations and was described as a betrayal of the Palestinian cause.
Bouncing back on Abdelmadjid Tebboune’s statement that Algeria would never be among the Arab countries that normalize with Israel, the weekly Jeune Afrique split an article on a supposed move by former president Abdelaziz Bouteflika towards a rapprochement with the Zionist entity.
The magazine wrote in highlight: “While the debates on the normalization of relations with Israel are agitating the Arab world, Abdelaziz Bouteflika had initiated the beginning of a rapprochement with the sworn enemy as soon as he came to power”.
Jeune Afrique refers to the handshake exchanged in Morocco between Abdelmadjid Tebboune’s predecessor and the former Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Barak, on the occasion of the funeral of King Hassan II in Rabat. However, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, having understood that the image of the two men greeting each other who had traveled around the world had been either misinterpreted or diverted from its context, explained that in an extrapolitical framework this gesture in no way committed Algeria to any path of normalization with the Zionist entity.
This image was brought out from the bottom of the drawer twenty years later to raise the possibility that Algeria could establish ties with Israel, trying to dismantle the firm words of the Algerian President who clearly indicated that Algeria would never deviate from its Middle Eastern policy based on unwavering support for the Palestinian cause.
The unchanged position reiterated by Abdelmadjid Tebboune was greeted with relief in Palestine, where the Palestinian people feel increasingly betrayed by the naive Arab leaders, who are working to offer a blank check to the occupying power under the cover of a move aimed at securing their short-term self-interest that feeds on their geopolitical blindness”. For the sixth consecutive day, demonstrators are demanding the departure of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sissi,” reports the Qatari channel Al-Jazeera. “Numerous parades have been held in several neighborhoods in Cairo and elsewhere in the country in protest against the policies and actions of the Egyptian President.
The demonstration took place after Friday prayers this week. This “Friday of Wrath” becomes the culmination of 5 days of anti-Sissi protests as Egyptians increasingly express their dissatisfaction with poor living conditions, including a campaign to destroy illegal housing.
Simultaneously with the demonstrations in Al-Gizah provinces, the hashtags “Friday September 25” and “Al-Sissi Go” became popular in Egypt and tens of thousands of tweets and articles were published about them.
In the town of Bani Mazar, Al-Mania province, (center) Egyptian demonstrators tore down banners carrying photos of Sissi.
The Qatari network also reported in a video that residents of the village of Jabal al-Tair clashed with Egyptian security forces inside the village and erected barricades to counter them.
by Basit Abbasi – NN