According to the site Algeriepatriotique, a vast cyberwar has been declared to Algeria via the hacking of a large number of official sites hosted in ” . dz “. A computer attack that is far from being a coincidence since it comes in the wake of the normalization of Rabat with the Zionist entity in exchange for recognition of the sovereignty of the Moroccan throne over Western Sahara.
The presenter of an Arabic-speaking channel based in London said, commenting on this normalization, literally scandalized by the fact that Morocco had been so naively trapped by a Trump that “sold in Rabat its already consolidated ‘hold’ on Western Sahara, in exchange for the honor of a Moroccan throne that claims to be the president of the committee of Qods!”.
The Saharawi Ministry of Defense announced that in one month of the war of liberation, it recorded 185 artillery fire that targeted 10 military sectors of the occupier along the wall of shame, stressing that the Saharawi army is in a good fighting position to continue the bombing of Moroccan army concentrations.
The prospect of a war of attrition looms. Hence the murmurings that are multiplying everywhere through the press at orders and which refers to the Moroccan intention to see the U.S. troops settle in the Sahara. Trapped by the U.S./Israel axis, the fact is part of a scenario of occupation signed U.S./Israel. Perhaps. But as President Assad’s adviser said this morning, the projects of the US think tanks, the sovereign peoples do not care and obviously to counter them. The extreme speed of the ANP to organize warnings from senior Algerian officials this week seems to have had its effect, the U.S. was afraid: while Bolton calls Biden to review the pro-Moroccan announcement of Trump in the Sahara, the U.S.-Israel axis is moving from active to passive mode: the cyber attacks being the perfect illustration. Another sign of the retreat: the French president has just called his Algerian counterpart to ask him about his news and yet Tebboune did not hesitate to challenge France by going to Germany for help .
by Basit Abbasi