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250 Members of Moroccan Associations Condemn Es-Smara Explosions

Moroccan organizations condemned the targeting of the southern city of Es-Smara with projectiles that led to the death of a civilian and the injuries of others.

In a statement signed by 250 individuals from various sectors of Moroccan society, the organizations praised the approach taken in dealing with this terrorist incident, including the opening of a judicial investigation into the matter.

The signatories of the statement called on the judicial authorities to bring all those involved to justice, and to issue Interpol warrants for their pursuit, holding the Algerian state fully responsible as the sponsor of the terrorist Polisario militias.

The statement emphasized the classification of the Polisario militias as a terrorist organization and the coordination with relevant international bodies in combating terrorism in this regard, in order to pursue all those involved in this terrorist incident before the appropriate international courts.

The signatories of the statement considered that by engaging in this act of violence, the Polisario militias have classified themselves as a terrorist organization and have placed themselves outside the framework of the UN settlement. Thus they are no longer a party to the issue, and are therefore outside the framework of peaceful political settlement.

The same parties called on the United Nations to fulfill all of its roles in maintaining peace and security in the region and to continue implementing Security Council resolutions–the latest of which is Resolution 2703–which considers autonomy to be the only solution to resolve the issue.