Category: Opinions

Arab League, African Union deafening silence regarding Algeria-Spain feud

June 20, 2022

Nothing demonstrates the deep isolation of the Algerian regime in its Arab and African environment than the abstinence of the Arab League and the African ... Read More

Morocco, Saudi Arabia, an enduring partnership

June 17, 2022

Morocco and Saudi Arabia have once again underscored the strength characterizing their multilayered ties, voicing commitment to further bolster bilateral cooperation at the economic level. ... Read More

Algeria diplomatically corners itself as real party to Sahara conflict

June 13, 2022

Morocco has repeatedly said that Algeria is the genuine party to the Sahara conflict and that no solution can be found without its active participation. ... Read More

Algeria worsens its self-imposed isolation by erratic decisions

June 13, 2022

After worsening ties with almost all of its immediate north African neighbors, Algeria has entrenched its self-inflicted diplomatic and economic isolation by hostile moves against ... Read More

Sultana Khaya, a fake rights activists serving Algeria-armed Polisario separatists

June 9, 2022

Sultana Khaya has failed to attract global attention recently by her multiple gesticulations in support of the Polisario separatists and their mentor Algeria as she ... Read More

Algeria bans trade with Spain, scraps neighborliness treaty

June 9, 2022

Algeria ordered its banks to suspend processing all import and export operations with Spain, in a recent escalation that followed the suspension of a neighborliness ... Read More

Algeria, where are your Saturday people, and where are your Sunday people?

June 8, 2022

‘Algeria once had 140,000 Jews. Algeria, where are your Jews?’ The question was raised by Hillel Neuer – an outspoken defender of Israel and frequent ... Read More

Tindouf: Nervous Algerian army conducts military exercise ahead of African Lion 2022

June 8, 2022

The African Lion military exercise 2022, a major US-led multi-national joint exercise planned in Morocco starting June 20, is making Algerian junta hedgy and extremely ... Read More

Spyware: Why European Press Organizations Keep Silence over FluBot Scandal?

June 6, 2022

The European Union Law Enforcement Agency has announced lately the dismantling of the FluBot spyware, a much more dangerous snooping software than Pegasus, but European ... Read More

Morocco’s King Mohammed VI extends condolences to president Biden following Texas school shooting

May 27, 2022

King Mohammed VI has sent a message of condolences and compassion to the President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, following the shooting ... Read More