Terrorism: Morocco’s big game

In Tunisia, the investigative program "Blacklist", citing a source who requested anonymity, spoke about Morocco's direct involvement in the terrorist operations including that of Rouhia, the Bardo Museum and Sousse hotel.

However, France which has just experienced one of the bloodiest bombings that Europe has ever experienced, the French press remains loyal to its old habit of protection and complicity with the Cherifian kingdom. Indeed, it seems that the French are trying by all means to avoid saying that the killers who committed this massacre are all of Moroccan origin and that the Molenbeek neighborhood in Brussels witnesses the largest concentration of the Moroccan community.

Why has this issue remained a buffoon case while it is known that the Moroccans are also behind the Madrid bombings in which over 200 people died?

And then the press instead of stating this fact of the French people, it dwelled into praising the “contribution of the Moroccan police to put the French investigators on the track of Belgian-Moroccan jihadist Abdelhamid Abaaoud” How were the Moroccan secret services able to get as accurate information as the location of the person intended to be the mastermind of the entire terrorist operation? To recall, the activities of Moroccan officials within their community is behind a conflict between Morocco and the Belgian State. The latter accuses Rabat of wanting to make a fifth colony; a fact widely denounced by Belgian press. Moreover, this was the reason for the expulsion by the Belgian State of two false diplomats working in the Moroccan consulate in Brussels.

In the attack against Charlie Hebdo in January 2015, the Moroccan pathway was clearly evoked by the mysterious hacker who acted under the pseudonym Chris Coleman. To begin with, the Couachi brothers are Moroccans and not Algerians as claimed by the French press. Secondly, it is Al Qaeda in Yemen that claimed responsibility of the attacks while the Ambassador of France in Yemen had just asked for help from the Moroccan embassy in Sanaa to identify and get the destination of "about 40 French of Moroccan origin who fought in the ranks of Al Qaeda in Yemen against the Houthis". Is there a link or it is the product of pure chance?

Morocco's collaborative ties with the West and with Israel are no secret to everyone. Despite this, this kingdom is not a target of the terrorist threats. Reversibly, Algeria who refuses to be drawn into conflicts outside its borders is constantly threatened, while Tunisia was hit deep in its heart; a reality that the Moroccan government has been trying to hide by multiplying the false allegations of dismantling terrorist cells.

In Mali, voices have raised to accuse Morocco of pulling out all the stops in its attempt to sabotage the peace process in Mali that is led by Algeria because of its support to the Saharawi cause.

All the clues are there to prove that Morocco, in order to keep control of the resources of Western Sahara, is now engaging itself in the big game of intelligence.

A month after the attacks in Paris, the European Court of Justice annulled the trade agreement signed between the EU and Morocco because it includes the territory of Western Sahara and the French company Total announced its withdrawal from the former Spanish colony invaded by Morocco in 1975. Is there any connection between these events?

Translated by Khalil Asmar 



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