The so-called Takbar Haddi, who is manipulated by Polisario and Algeria, wants to transform the death of his son, Mohamed Lamine Haidalla into a "political case (...) to give the impression that human rights are violated in the Sahara, "said an article by the daily newspaper La Provincia Canarian, noting that this is not the first time that Polisario attempts to politically exploit a normal case.
Haidala died of his wounds in a hospital in Agadir following a fight with neighbors in Laayoune.
Through its maneuvers in Laayoune and Las Palmas, the deceased's family, including his mother and brother, trying to make this 21 year old, who had been repeatedly condemned to prison sentences, a supposed "martyr for freedom, "observes the journalist Manuel Vidal who gathered evidence in the Moroccan city of Laayoune with several people including traders victims of acts of this individual and certify that the latter was known to be an offender who showed aggressive attitude.
It added that this young was abandoned by his mother in 2004, without "political convictions" and had been arrested by the police ten times since March 15, 2012 for trafficking and drugs consumption, drunkenness, destruction of public property, assault with knives and violence.
In the same context, La Provincia reports the position of the Laaroussiyine tribe which claimed that the so-called Takbar Haddi had left Morocco in 2004 and moved to the Canary Islands and that the mother, who claims to defend the rights of her son, has never sought to hear from her for 10 years, after marrying with another man in the Canary Islands.
Moreover, the publication reveals that Polisario has suffered serious setbacks recently following the publication by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) a report that Algeria and Polisario proceed for years in the diversion of much of the international humanitarian assistance to the populations sequestered in Tindouf camps and non-inclusion by the Security Council in its latest resolution of the principle of monitoring human rights in the Sahara.
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