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POLISARIO WARNS MOROCCO

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  1. Ceylal

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    Polisario Front deploys surface-to-air missiles and warns Morocco
    October 26, 2018 - 5:05Fatiha Mez 41 Reviews
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    Elite soldiers of the Saharawi army. New Press
    By Sadek Sahraoui - Saharawi publication Al-Dhamir says it has learned from high-level sources that the Polisario Front has deployed long-range surface-to-air missiles equipped with sophisticated radars along the wall of shame and dishonor of Morocco that divides Western Sahara. The official source stated that this decision was made after a long discussion between members of the political and military leadership of the Front, during which all agreed on the need to commit to protect the Sahrawi territories from possible aggression of the Moroccan colonial army.

    To a question about the publication of whether this decision announces a return to the armed struggle after the failure of the efforts of the UN for more than 25 years to organize a referendum of self-determination for the Saharawi people, a Saharawi official replied that this measure is intended above all to prove that the forces of the SPLA are fully combat-ready and that they can protect the Sahrawi airspace.

    In this regard, the same source denounced the fact that foreign commercial airlines have penetrated without authorization in the Saharawi airspace. "We have sent warning letters to these companies and their agents to urge them not to take any risks and to avoid entering armed conflict zones in the future. I want to stress here that if the conflict is not resolved any aeronautical adventure on the territory will have consequences and disastrous results, "said the same source. The Saharawi leader regretted that a number of Arab and French airlines have decided nevertheless to launch a program of flights to and from areas illegally occupied by Morocco.
     
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  2. Mootaz-khelifi

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    hmmmm elite soldiers .... with just AK
    no vest / no helmet / no basic infantry equipment let alone elite
     
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    Who is this lagarbagar Polisario?
     
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    hahahahahah no one care about algeria mercenary ​
     
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    Method of analysis - Polisario Front supported by USSR, former Libya and Algeria.
    Result - Support the PF.

    Off topic - Those soldiers in the picture look like clones.

    But Morocco does not have an independent line on this. It follows the American line, from what little I know about this fight.
     
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    we follow the best way to protect our country ​
     
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    Can you educate me in simple words about how Moroccans see the Polisario Front and Algeria ??
     
  9. Ceylal

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    Old picture of a parade...Polisario is well armed and competant.
    And it isn’t the vest,the helmet or the basic infantry equipment that make the soldier an elite..it’s the man itself...behind the AK..
    Just look at the Houthis..no helmet no vest no shoes.no underwear......just an AK they know how to use..and look the results on the Saud coalition..

    They are not Algeria’s mercenaries...Bouteflika didn’t want war at his border and is putting a chokehold on them , mainly to protect Batman kingdom...When he dies, the death of the Batman kingdom will follow..

    Clones? :rofl::rofl::rofl: It’s a parade, you have to appear serious, scary....
    In all bullshit appart, they are excellent soldiers..born hunters..
     
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    they are just algeria mercenary after the defeat of algerian army against morocco in 1963 and 1975 ​
     
  11. Mootaz-khelifi

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    Are You comparing North African Armies to Saud failed Army .... thats funny
    Saudi military even if u give them the heaviest and most advanced gear they will still loose it because they are stupid
     
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    Your king is very stupid why he attack my country after 1 year of independence and bloody war white france that was a big mistake without any positive result for your country you win nothing look at the conséquences of this stupid move, polisario , border closed , arms race , long period of mistrust ..etc and now your king can just go beg some powers in the world to recognize your sovereignty over parts of Western Sahara :wave:
     
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    fake news
    algeria attacked morocco 3 times in 1963 , 1975 , 1985
     
  14. Ceylal

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    Not just the Sauds, all arab armies are involved and all those armies are armed with thoses gadjets you were mentioning, it didn't do them that much good.

    Only idiots like yourself believes what the Makhzen says..Morocco didn't win in 63 nor 1976...You won the release of your prisoners of war..a little over 400 released by the Polisario and 2000 + by Algeria...

    Top secret! Amgala, my love!
    In North Africa , Algeria 08/12/2011


    If there is a battle rooted in the collective imagination in Algeria, it is that of Amgala. Everyone, or almost everyone, has heard of it. Some vaguely describe it as an overwhelming victory over the Moroccan army beyond our borders and others insist on the "special" character of the Algerian forces who participated. No official source has ever given details in Algeria, no newspaper or book speaks exhaustively. Many of the actors in this (these) battle (s) have disappeared or keep to the minimum of information.
    In Morocco, unlike Algeria, many things were said, the actors of the time have been struggling, thirty years, to restore the tarnished coat of arms of the army of King Hassan II by telling a "certain" version , denying one of the battles and claiming that it was an Algerian aggression.
    Anxious to restore the truth, we propose through this article an attempt to describe the two battles of Amgala.
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    The Context
    We are in January 1976, just three months after the green march that saw the onslaught of Moroccan civilian "volunteers" and the forces of King Hassan II. This sudden surge towards the South has caused the Spanish to give way who have quickly left the Saharawi territory, it will also result in real massacres committed on the indigenous populations who quickly found themselves driven from their lands and subject to a forced scarcity in the desert environment of Western Sahara.
    In this context, President Houari Boumediène ordered in November 1975 the ANP to help refugees and displaced Sahrawi, including on their land, by providing food and logistics. At that time, although the Polisario Front exists, the war against the Moroccan colonizer is not yet launched and the announcement of creation of the Sahrawi Arab Republic is not even made.
    [​IMG]In early January 1976, the 41 battalion of ANP ground forces infantry, commanded by Captain Lounes Arib, composed mostly of conscripts but surrounded by former ALN guerrillas, provides livelihoods for more two thousand Saharawis.The latter, who had sought refuge in the village of Amgala, the only water point for tens of miles around, had fled from Moroccan bombing in the Hawza and Smara regions. Among the fugitives there were a large number of young children, more than a hundred of whom died because of lack of water, food or care. Amgala I





    On January 21, 1976, armed men of the Polisario attack a Mauritanian military group in the Dakhla region, they manage to kill about sixty soldiers and retreat to the north of Mauritania. Ould Dadda calls for urgent help from France and Morocco, only the latter responds by sending two F5 planes to rake the area.Immediately one of the two aircraft is shot down by a Polisarian anti-aircraft battery (in Mauritania) and its captured pilot. The suspicions of Hassan II and General Dlimi (commander of the Royal Armed Forces FAR), then turn to Algeria.
    Believing that Boumediène had invaded Western Sahara and northern Mauritania, they decided to cut an alleged supply line from the ANP to his troops by massively sending troops.
    It was there that Amgala's small cantonment was discovered, which was seen as a threat.
    On the 22nd of January, at the end of the day, exchanges of fire were heard between Moroccan and Algerian soldiers. On the following day, six FAR battalions encircled Amgala, cutting off roads and access to the wells. Captain Arib orders his men to hold their positions until reinforcements arrive. The Algerian battalion is specialized in logistics and stewardship, its elements are equipped with small and medium weapons, but nothing to hold a seat. And yet it took five days for Moroccans, superior in number and equipment to overcome the Algerian cantonment. Captain Arib is among the first to fall in the field of honor, he will not survive the wounds of a Moroccan mortar fire, with him two hundred other Algerians are killed.102 are taken prisoner,


    Heavy decisions
    Boumediène is faced with a dilemma, how to intervene to try to save the 41st battalion which was very far from the nerve centers of the ANP but also far beyond the borders. Knowing that the mission was humanitarian, no massive deployment of troops was planned or planned near the Sahrawi border, unlike the Moroccans who were in a logic of war prepared long.
    Organizing an air bombing mission was very complicated because of the deployment of a large part of our bomber in Egypt and the mobilization of those remaining in the bases of eastern Algeria in view of a probable conflict with Israel. In the end tactician, Boumediene, did not want to respond to the Moroccan provocations preferred to prepare to digest the attack and prepare the response serenely while negotiating the recovery of Algerian prisoners of war. Political unrest in Algiers Three trends were clashing in Algiers within the government and the Algerian politico-military apparatus. Chadli Bendjedid and many officers were in favor of a cold war and putting pressure on Moroccans by massaging troops all along their border.






    Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who was obsessed with leaving Algeria out of the country, favored diplomatic action and opened talks with Rabat. He was resolutely against the strong way and firmly believed in the good efforts of Hassan II.
    When Mohamed Salah Yahiaoui, who collected the resentment of a large proportion of the political apparatus and the Army, literally besieged, with Zerguini, the Boumediene office, to convince him to act militarily and avenge the Algerian dead.
    President Boumediène took the view of these three trends, acting diplomatically with the support of some Arab countries (Libya, Syria, Yemen). He will deploy troops to Bechar and Tindouf and order a symbolic "recovery" action of Amgala. A strong signal to Hassan II Amgala II A few weeks passed, a convoy of Land Rover, with on board a commando of paras of the ANP, left in the late afternoon Bechar, heading north of Mauritania. Its mission to bypass the South, Tifariti, Bir Lahlou and Mahbes, with Amgala as the only point of view. Arrived on the spot, the paratroopers are grilled in Saharawi warriors, moreover elements of the Polisario are there to lend a hand and guide the Algerians.




    On the spot, Moroccans expecting a classical invasion, fortify the area and deploy artillery and heavy machine guns. It is with the knife that the Algerian commando makes its way in the heart of the device. The Moroccan section is decimated very quickly and the Polisario forces come the next day to occupy the ground. To date, Amgala is a city free of any Moroccan presence. conclusions



    The recovery of Amgala was a turning point for Moroccan expansionist ambitions. Since then, the FARs have learned not to cross iron with the ANP. The deployment of troops between Bechar and Tindouf finally lasted almost thirty years and it is still effective. These two actions were perceived by Hassan II as a strong signal of an enemy who did not fall into his trap. A few days after Amgala II, the sovereign wrote these words to President Boumediene: " I urge you to avoid another tragedy in Morocco and Algeria. I also ask you to ensure, either by a fair and openly declared war or by a guaranteed international peace, that henceforth one does not say at home, in my country, among my people, Algeria = Inconstancy . "Hassan II February 1976 Thanks to Bousfer who will recognize himself



    Morocco , let me be correct because I don't want to put Moroccan, they have no choice in the direction that their country is taking, the King own the country lock stock and barrels..The US, France ans Spain contribute to its survival..Mostly France is the care taker of Morocco.
     
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    Well according to former CIA Bruce Riddle.. the saudis thought they would conquer Sana with Pakistan Armys Armoured Brigades lol...

    Now, they’ve ended up with crying spoilt saudi man-babies... and houthis in their lioncloth are chanting maout al america, maut al israel and kickin them hard...
    While the saudis vent their anger by bombing yemeni cities... killin kids and causing a famine.
     
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