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Morocco: Popular Unrest on the Horizon

BY: Dr. Hana Saada

ALGIERS- It is no secret that the security, political, and strategic alliance between Morocco and the Zionist entity has unleashed a Pandora’s box since the beginning of the massive massacres in Gaza. The Turkish agency Anadolu, which objectively cannot be accused of being anti-Makhzen, has just published information that is enough to give cold sweats to Mohammed VI and his close circle.

Consider this: “120 vigils and marches were organized on Friday in 58 cities in response to the call of the Authority, in solidarity with Gaza and the entire Palestine, the deliberate murder of journalists, and the strikes against hospitals, mosques, and all Gaza’s infrastructure, in an attempt to displace thousands of Palestinians,” reads the report.

The statement emphasizes that “the demonstrators, during solidarity vigils armed with Palestinian flags and keffiyehs, called on Morocco to sever its relations with ‘Israel’, which has been committing massacres and a genocide war since October 7.” Among the cities that saw demonstrations are Casablanca, Kenitra, Sidi Kacem, Sale (north), and El Jadida (west).”

These massive and uncontrollable protests demanded the departure of officials with this famous interjection that has become popular in times of hirak. Alongside its dubious associations, the Makhzen worsens its case with its antisocial management of the kingdom’s affairs. It is evident that Morocco is at a breaking point and can no longer retreat from its numerous and historical betrayals.

A total uprising that would overthrow this corrupt and treacherous regime is therefore not excluded. In the meantime, Mohammed VI, in panic mode on all fronts, can no longer pretend with his usurped dual roles as “commander of the faithful” and “president of the Al-Quds commission.” The moribund and obsolete regime of Mohammed VI thus appears to be living its final moments due to its predation and its too numerous betrayals throughout history. The countdown to the end of this predatory, expansionist, and bellicose regime has indeed begun.

 

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