Polisario, a destabilizing factor in the region, does not transmit international aid to populations in camps and violates MINURSO mandate, said Wednesday the Swedish news website Ledarsidorna.
Polisario prevented MINURSO members to perform their inspection, says the editor and publisher of the Swedish site, Johan Westerholm, which says that last week Polisario denied access to Minurso representatives at two camps and military installations.
In addition, this organization has "clear" links to unrest in Mali and "actively participates in the recruitment of jihadists," stressing that the Al-Qaeda members in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) is moving " unhindered 'across the border between Mali and Algeria and Polisario as recruiting bases.
"The fact that al Qaeda can act relatively freely in Algeria has long been known," writes Westerholm, a specialist in political Islam, which indicates that radical and fundamentalist elements began to spread their teachings in the Polisario camps .
Westerholm calls, in this article published under the title " does the government support Al Qaeda?", on Sweden and the European Union to rethink their positions regarding this organization and emphasizes that "support to Front Polisario probably involve a lot of problems to us. "
He also stresses that the support of some Swedish politicians to Polisario may harm international relations of the Scandinavian countries, adding that it "can not support al-Qaeda, even indirectly, with impunity in international relations."
Westerholm further notes that a large territory extending over a part of Algeria and Libya used by terrorists, adding that only Morocco has always been able to maintain relatively stable even after the events of the Arab Spring, and guard of terrorism and social unrest.
He also added that the report of the EU Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) on the embezzlement of international humanitarian aid by Polisario and Algeria, notes that the report has exposed "widespread corruption "governing the distribution of international aid to the population of the camps.
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