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Sunday, June 16, 2024
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The Algerian authorities hindered four times the delivery of tons of humanitarian relief collected by NGOs for the Moroccans sequestrated in the Tindouf camps, southwest Algeria, reported here Wednesday, the Spain-based "le Sahara Marocain" Association (ASM).

 In a press release, ASM noted that "on December, Algerian authorities impeded the delivery of 13 tons of foodstuff just because these aids came from a Moroccan NGO," deeming it "another evidence of Algerian implication in the Sahara conflict and of human aids politicizing."

The Algeria-backed "Polisario" has been inflicting untold suffering to Moroccan Sahrawis sequestered in the camps of Tindouf, after these Moroccan citizens were lured into the camps in the mid-seventies by false propaganda and the movement's claim to separate the Moroccan southern provinces, known as the Sahara, from the motherland.

The NGO also denounced the exploiting of the daily plight of Moroccans sequestrated in the Tindouf camps to serve political aims, calling on international community to exert pressures on Algerian authority and on Polisario to hold, as soon as possible, a population census in the polisario-run camps to determine real needs of these people.

ASM urged that humanitarian aids to be sent to the camps of Tindouf should be shared out under its direct supervision or through UN organizations operating in the area.

It also called on initiating an international probe to determine the exact destination of the donations in kind and in cash granted to the separatists.

 

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