UN chief warns of terror threat in Western Sahara

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Morocco’s expulsion of most of the U.N. peacekeeping mission’s civilian staff in the disputed Western Sahara will likely be exploited by “terrorist and radical elements” and could lead to full-scale war, according to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. The U.N. chief urged the Security Council to “restore and support” the mission’s role of monitoring a cease-fire between the Moroccan government and the Polisario Front independence movement

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UN staffers were expelled by Morocco authority for interfering in its internal affairs particularly the sovereignty of Morocco over the Western Sahara therefore, whatever the UN says is of no value to Morocco. The UN is basically saying its either you allow of peacekeepers return or expect terror attacks. What a cheap shot by the UN chief. He left all serious matters like the situation in Syria, Iraq and Palestine behind him and start hitting on Morocco.


He must be worried as always.
 

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Polisario movement is a terrorist organisation backed by outside parties just to destabilize the national security of Morocco. UN has no authority in this matter, hopefully Mr.Ban Ki-moon is just giving an advice no more. Western Sahara is part of Morocco, and Moroccans won't remain neutral and keep watching these terrorists taking their lands. Even if that would get the both sides into a large scale war!
 

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