Algerian Media Attack Reached Climax with Desperate Attacks on Kingdom’s Symbols, Jordanian Academician Says

  • February 18, 2021
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Algerian Media Attack Reached Climax with Desperate Attacks on Kingdom’s Symbols, Jordanian Academician Says

Amman – Algeria’s systematic media attacks on Morocco have reached their climax with desperate and miserable attempts to attack the symbols of the Kingdom in the person of the King, said Jordanian researcher Fawaz Khalayla.

“Algeria’s desperate attack takes place while the King of Morocco has continued to send messages of affection and respect to turn the page of the dispute and open new prospects for cooperation between Morocco and Algeria in order to ensure a better future in the Maghreb region,” the Jordanian academician told MAP.

This fierce Algerian media attack, which is prejudicial to the bonds of brotherhood and to the long-standing relations between the two peoples, reveals the impotence of Algeria in the face of the relevance and the pre-eminence of the Moroccan vision for the settlement of the artificial conflict over the Moroccan Sahara, he pointed out.

According to him, the Kingdom has been able to convince the world of the relevance of its positions which seek to promote Maghreb integration so as to strengthen security and stability in a region that is threatened by terrorism, extremism and cross-border organized crime.

He recalled the messages sent by HM King Mohammed VI to Algeria to turn the page of the dispute, noting that these messages have not received any echo from the Algerian leadership, which militarily and politically supports the separatists of the Polisario.

In this regard, Khalayla recalled the resolutions of the UN Security Council which clearly emphasized the role of Algeria in this artificial regional conflict, noting that the facts have shown that this separatist movement is only an instrument in the hands of Algeria which is deprived of any power of decision, while the leaders of the separatists prolongs the conflict for personal ends.

Last modified : 18 February 2021



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