This virulent condemnation of what is no more and no less a “betrayal” first and foremost against the Moroccan people, then against the peoples of the Maghreb, Hezbollah made it a few hours after the announcement by Rabat of its decision to normalize with the Zionist entity in exchange, according to some “of the U.S. recognition of the Moroccan Sahara” according to others “of some three billion dollars in loans plus four RQ drones”.
These analysts also point out that pressure from Riyadh and the Emirates also had something to do with it and that the Moroccan court, which has “for 60 years links with Tel Aviv” should pave the way for Riyadh. But this normalization may well hide after all a fear that has emerged with the unexpected bogging down of Rabat in Guerguerat in the wake of an armed Sahrawi resistance that could well upset the U.S.-Israeli plans. The tone of the Hezbollah communiqué is quite significant:
The tone of the Hezbollah communiqué is quite significant: “Arab regimes that accept compromise with Israel will soon know that they will gain nothing but despair. The signing of the normalization agreements testifies to the decline of Arab regimes that turn a blind eye to the Palestinian cause to please the US and the Israeli regime and believe they can save their heads from an inevitable end. A serious mistake, the US-Israel axis sacrifices first and foremost its own allies. »
And the text adds: “The fact that these regimes have given in to the blackmail policies of the United States and the Israeli regime in the hope of gaining access to interests or having sanctions lifted is a hallucination and a mirage, they will not gain anything in the end, worse they would have to face the plots woven behind their backs or even on their American and Israeli territory. »
Hezbollah added: “This is the freedom-loving nation of Morocco in which we can place our hope; the nation that resisted French colonialism for many years. We also place our hope in the noble Muslim Ummah which opposes normalization in all its forms, which rejects all these treasonous agreements and which remains the firm support of the Palestinian nation: the nation which remains stuck on its positions despite all these shameful agreements and which will continue its struggle until the victory and final freedom of Palestine,” Hezbollah stressed.
But what led the Moroccan to commit the irreparable? Some observers say that the king was threatened and that led him to row against the tide of his prime minister, the same one who recently stated that normalization with Israel is “impossible”. Be that as it may, Morocco is experiencing one of the most tragic moments in its history. By opening its doors to Israel, it is its own security at stake. The Polisario Front said in an interview with the Russian media: “The armed bogging down of the kingdom in the Sahara looms on the horizon; this is all that Israel will bring to Morocco.
In the aftermath, Oubi Bouchraya Bashir, member of the Polisario Front’s political leadership in charge of Europe and the European Union, reacted to Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Morocco’s sovereignty over Western Sahara. He called it a “non-event” and “contradictory” to the superpower status of the United States, which as a permanent member of the Security Council, should ensure respect for international law, stressing its determination to continue the armed struggle.
According to him, it is “a sword in the water” that will have no effect on the evolution of the conflict between the two parties. He also castigated the barter between Morocco and the United States, namely, the “US position on the Sahrawi issue in exchange for normalization of its relations with Israel.
Also, Mr. Bashir stressed that Trump’s approach “will have a negative impact on the evolution of the political solution to the conflict in Western Sahara, as it will certainly further encourage the Moroccan occupier to continue its policy of obstruction and refuse to cooperate with UN efforts. “The same policy that led on November 13 to the collapse of the political process and the 1991 ceasefire agreement, following the Moroccan military intervention at the Guerguerat border crossing, located in the buffer zone”. (AN)
by Basit Abbasi