A book that touches the truth of a stage in the history of Morocco was presented in Rabat, earlier this week, on the “Secret Saharawi Organization”, subtitled “A hidden part of the question of Moroccan Sahara”.
This book was prepared and presented by the journalist Abdelhadi Mazarari, and was presented yesterday, Monday, at the Agdal Cultural Center, in Rabat, in the presence of the head of the secret organization and some of its members.
Abd al-Rahman Muhammad Belhassan, head of the secret Saharawi organization, said that his attendance at the meeting was a matter of duty; Because “this book gives the truth of a stage in the history of Morocco and its struggle, which passed in silence, and which is being developed through the author.”
The same speaker added: “Through this book, people can know how the third part of the Gold Valley arrived, without noise, with a peaceful conclusion and a fight by peaceful means, and now the territory has returned to Moroccan lands” .
For his part, Abdelhadi Mazarari, journalist and author of the author, said that this book “narrates a time prior to the Green March of 1975, from the mid-1960s to the year of the march, and gradually goes through the stages in which Morocco was led by King Hassan II, with national figures, to the north and south, plans to recover the desert and plans the green march”.
Mazarari continued: “The book documents political and intelligence operations that were carried out in secret until these territories were restored, after a series of great notables in the desert joined the Kingdom of Morocco.” with complete accuracy and objectivity, which led me to turn to news sources, including Si Muhammad bin Abd al-Rahman Belhassan, the head of the secret organization, and a group of members with whom I had a series of interviews that lasted about seven months to eight months.
Despite his interest and follow-up of the file on the Moroccan Sahara, the writer spoke of his surprise with “a lot of information and data during this work”.
Regarding the future of the Sahara question, Mazarari affirmed that “we can only answer it through the past of the question, because in its past it is a Moroccan national question”, then added: “The water must return to its course”, and Morocco , led by King Mohammed VI, “was able to register a series of many diplomatic points at the United Nations level, and at the level of international relations, in defense of our territorial integrity, and we were able to obtain the recognition of a large number of countries.”
Then the writer said beautifully: “We are headed for the solution. Morocco is in its desert. The issue needs a certain consensus with the Saharawi brothers, and this is done through negotiation, dialogue and consultation”.