Thursday, June 26, 2008

That was fast: Polisario talking war again

Couldn't even wait a week, could they? SADR Prime Minister Abdelkader Taleb Omar rumbled ominously about an "explosion" in Moroccan-Sahrawi relations yesterday, 6 days after SADR President Abdelaziz said war is not an option.

Ordinarily such contradictory statements coming so soon from the heads of the same government would suggest a power struggle, but Abdelaziz appoints the prime minister. Oh, well.


  1. Anonymous10:58 AM

    It is stink that some talk about « self determination » while they held others against their will inside camps. It makes me laugh when I hear them talking about freedom and human rights while they deny them the right of movement and travel. Open the camps and I promise you all a huge surprise. More and more are returning home and in a few months, the camps will just become a sorrowful history mistake. Abdelaziz and Co will have either to cross back home and make real life or face international community as war criminals that have held in captivity many innocent sahrawis against their will.
    Wake up and smell the coffee, war was made before by Algerians, Libyans, Cubans and hired mercenaries on behalf of the hostages in the camps. And today, none of the stated is ready to make war again and Abdelaziz knows well that in case of war he will have to make it alone. Sahrawis wants to go back home, cause they are tired and the dream is sold out.

  2. Yawn. Then let them vote, etc.