26 November 2012

Western Sahara: Religious Dialogue for Peace Is a Message of Solidarity With the Saharawi People, Says Prime Minster

Boujadour — Prime Minster Abdelkader Taleb Omar said yesterday at the opening of the Seventh Religious Dialogue for Peace that "choosing the Saharawi refugee camps to hold such event is a message of solidarity and support with the Saharawi cause."

Prime Minister asserted that "the large participation at the forum, is clear message to the Moroccan false propaganda which tries to link Saharawi people with terrorism and the Saharawi refugee camps are not safe "

"Such false allegations aim at isolating the refugee camps", said Mr. Taleb Omar.

The Seventh Religious Dialogue for Peace under the motto "Prophet Moses in the Divine Religions" opened its works yesterday evening in Boujadour, with the participation of Imams, priests and professors from USA, Algeria, Great Britain and South Africa.

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