1 January 2013

Western Sahara: President of Republic Calls On for Remembering Goals of the Polisario Front

Smara — President of the Republic, Secretary General of the Polisario Front, Mohamed Abdelaziz, called on all the Saharawis wherever to remember the goals that led to establishment of thePopular Front for the Liberation of Saguia el-Hamra Y Río de Oro (Polisario) in his speech on Tuesday in wilaya of Smara, while he was launching activities of commemoration of 40th anniversary of the Polisario Front.

"The Saharawis should remember those targets, those sacrifices and those martyrs who died for achieving goals of the Polisario Front" he said

He pointed out that the remembering should not be by crying on the past or on martyrs but also by "giving more sacrifices to achieve national independence on the territories of Western Sahara,"

President drew attention to the struggle of the Saharawis in the occupied territories and situation of Saharawi political prisoners in Moroccan jails in particular group of Gdaim Izik and Yahya Mohamed Alhafed Iazza, stressing on their "sufferings and pains and their families pains"

He appealed all Saharawis to "strengthen national unit "and to take care of traps of enemy which aims to "weak us and distracting our ranks" he said calling for escalating of the national struggle.

"Our fate is to sacrifice for independence, to move forward and our fate is the victory and impose sovereignty of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic on all its national soil." he said

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