We start the Friday Press Quay tour from El Masa, which reported that the Frente POLISARIO responded to the Security Council with live ammunition maneuvers. The Front announced the start of what it said was the implementation of a tactical project with live ammunition to train its gunmen against enemy battles. Youth camps on Algerian territory.
According to sources close to the front, Ibrahim Ghali attended the exercises and preparations that preceded it before the start of the maneuvers that took place with ammunition. The same report pointed out that the Polisario Front described the Security Council resolution as the worst decision taken by the Council after the decision of last year, accusing members of the Council of the ambiguity of the situation after the inclusion of Algeria as a party to the conflict as usual.
Al-Masa’a also reported that the judiciary had seized property in the possession of known drug barons in the capital city of Tangier. Although the defense said that the checks were not the property of 6 of their clients, the court considered them to be derived from international drug trade based on experience Judicial.
The same source reported that the National Health Safety Office has been instructed to tighten the monitoring of cattle breeding conditions in order to ensure the success of the upcoming Eid al-Adha and to avoid fraud by some of the birds by feeding the herds of poultry waste.
And to Akhbar Al Youm, which indicated the return of King Mohammed VI to the royal palace in Mansour, Rabat, for the Royal Residence in Salé near the airport.
The newspaper added that it is a return to what was the case in the days of King Mohammed V and Hassan II, and if the King’s residence in Twarka is the origin, it devotes a royal return to the source of tradition, noting that the palace in the city of Salé was the residence of the King When he was crown prince in the life of his father, the late King Hassan II.
The same newspaper wrote that the specter of the organization of the Islamic state known as a “da’ash” is due to Morocco. Abdel Meguid Dazzal, a Moroccan researcher interested in Sahel and Sahara issues, said it was natural for the terrorist organization to focus on the Sahel and Sahara.
Javier Lissaca, the Spanish researcher on terrorism, stressed that al-Baghdadi’s speech revealed that the organization was no longer the nation-state, but had turned to defining an agenda for terrorist attacks in any part of the world.
The Moroccan events reported that Abdel-Wafi Lafitit, Minister of the Interior, underwent surgery in the French capital of Paris, where he has been for 18 days, and that his health is developing positively. The doctors advised him to rest for two months and stop smoking completely.
In the same article, we read that a drug dealer in installments managed to escape from the hands of security patrols, handcuffed with handcuffs in the Ouled Ahmayd neighborhood of the Grand Palace, which caused a security alert.
The “Moroccan events” that Aoun power to persuade the person to meet him in a remote place to handcuffs without mentioning the whereabouts, while the person still in the case of escape.
Moroccan juveniles also reported that female Moroccan maids were barred from entering Ceuta because of their lack of employment contracts and cards confirming their work in homes, shops and restaurants, to which they were affiliated.
For its part, published “flag” that the fire at the center Ahfir customs evaded the security men in the border city with Algeria. According to newspaper sources, the employee concerned fired five rounds of his career weapon after being surprised by an unexpected visit from his mother to his workplace.
The newspaper added that the meaning of the matter disagreements with his mother, and that the psychological pressure of the employee led to the shooting, leaving some material losses at his workplace.
Al-Alam also published that the Moroccan Association of Exporters issued recommendations in light of the national contract on levies, which, based on several meetings, formulated a number of proposals aimed at reducing export costs, strengthening competitiveness and extending Moroccan products with high added value.