Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic considers the war against Morocco started, “imposed on our people”, according to a statement signed on November 13, 2020, after the events that occurred at dawn this Friday at the Guerguerat border post.
The SADR, chaired by the fighter and founder of the Polisario, Brahim Gali, is based in the Algerian Tindouf’s camps.
For the first time in 29 years, Morocco and the Polisario break the United Nations ceasefire.
“At dawn today, the Moroccan occupation forces opened three breaches to the east of the illegal Guerguerat breach. Therefore, the Saharawi government considers that this gap permanently violates the ceasefire situation between the two parties in the 1991 conflict.
“Today, Friday, November 13, 2020, in the early hours of the morning, the Moroccan occupation state made a final announcement of the violation of the ceasefire by involving a group of plainclothes thugs in an attack on Sahrawi civilians, who were peacefully protesting against the illegal Guerguerat breach, and what is more dangerous still, their armed forces crossed the wall of shame near the breach to circumvent and encircle the area.
“Our People’s Liberation Army responded to this despicable and desperate act, while our civilians faced the thugs. In the end, the battles began and the war imposed on our people broke out, and with it we entered a new and decisive stage in the struggle of our proud people, defending their legitimate right to freedom, dignity and sovereignty.
Consequently, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia El Hamra and Río de Oro calls on all members of the Saharawi people to unite with the required firmness and usual courage in response to the brutal aggression; and complete the liberation of the occupied homeland with all the sacrifices and generosity that it requires by following the path of our martyrs.
Glory and eternity for our martyrs ”.
Sahrawi President Brahim Ghali briefs the United Nations
of the violent attack by the Moroccan army against Sahrawi civilians in Guerguerat and holds the Moroccan responsible for the consequences of this crime.
— Anon Candanga ES (@candanga_anon) November 13, 2020