Activists circulated, a video clip that showed the moment of the attack on the Moroccan embassy in the German capital “Berlin”, and the desecration of the Moroccan flag on Saturday.
The Moroccan newspaper “Hespress” said that “a group of Prime Time Zone” attacked “the Moroccan national flag raised at the top of the main gate of the Moroccan embassy in Berlin.
In order to attack the Moroccan flag raised against the Moroccan embassy, this group sought the help of Salam to remove it from its place, and was keen to document its work via a live broadcast on the social networking site “Facebook”, according to “Hespress”.
Today, some separatist elements in Europe tried to lower the Moroccan flag from the embassy building in Berlin, but the intervention of one Moroccan citizen was able to expel them ..
We apologize for the profanity in the video, but sometimes this is what some deserve pic.twitter.com/4Dhp7iJPF4
— For Western Sahara (@WesternSaharaQ) April 24, 2021
The Moroccan newspaper quoted its sources as saying that the planners to desecrate the Moroccan national flag are affiliated with the Rif movement.
She explained that “they had committed similar crimes in a number of European cities that are hosting Moroccan diplomatic and consular representations.”
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On the other hand, the Moroccan newspaper stated that “one of the Moroccans succeeded, alone and with heroic intervention, in dissuading this group from trampling the Moroccan flag with shoes.
The newspaper pointed out that the Moroccan citizen defended the flag with great emotion, and was able to expel the aggressors before raising the national flag from the ground.
The act sparked an uproar and condemnation in the Moroccan street.
Her monastery is not decorative!
Karim Ariel lives in Utrecht, Netherlands, and he is one of the elements that desecrated the Moroccan flag and brought it down in Germany..I had previously committed the same crime with his gang more than once at the Moroccan consulate in Utrecht and he visited Algeria 6 times between 2014 and 2018..and he was in the Rif movement From the breakup promoters pic.twitter.com/9OhL1NwgJm
– Fatimahaddad (@fatimatohaddad) April 25, 2021
Hado Maci Bolzario. Hado, one of the group, Diyala Rifah, have a problem with the state Only I heard the other, he said, Long live the Prime Time Zone. These are the slogans of the movement of the countryside.
– Hamza (@HMZDA) April 24, 2021
In the context, the association “Abi Bakr Mosque” expressed its condemnation and denunciation of the work carried out by some Prime Time Zone.
The association described these as “those who claim to defend the right and legitimacy and speak in the name of the Prime Time Zone without right or mandate.”
She added, “They took down the red national flag with its green star from the Embassy of Morocco in Berlin, irresponsibly and in violation of all the national values that we cherish. Where the blood of the free Moroccan martyrs fell for the sake of the pride and dignity of the homeland.
The Assembly condemned this act “which aims to discriminate apartheid between the components of one nation, our country, Morocco, and works to create tribal tendencies among all components of our dear country, and violates all international diplomatic norms.”
The signatories of the communication also expressed their adherence to the fundamentals and sanctities of the homeland, rejecting the creation of confusion between the components of the Moroccan Prime Time Zone, and asserting that this heinous act “only increases our attachment to our country, Morocco, under the slogan of God, the homeland, the king.”
The Rif Hirak
Earlier, Nasser Zafzafi, the leader of the “Hirak Rif” in Morocco, announced that he was relinquishing his responsibilities in the movement, which was launched in 2016 to demand the development of the northern countryside.
According to a message published by his father, Ahmed Zafzafi, that he “stepped down from the responsibility imposed on him by circumstances at the time and blessed by the free masses in order to leave room for others, hoping that they might succeed in what he did wrong,” as he put it.
The city of Al Hoceima and a number of rural villages in the north of the country witnessed protests in October 2016, calling for the development of the region and an end to its marginalization.
Although the movement ended 10 months after its launch, its repercussions still exist, especially since its leaders, most notably Zefzafi, are still under arrest.
Why did Nasser Zefzafi step down?
Ahmed Zafzafi, the father of Nasser Zefzafi, explains in an interview with Al-Arabi: “His son relinquished all his responsibilities regarding the popular movement in the countryside, because he and his family were subjected to a barrage of free accusations and betrayal, with the help of our brothers from the countryside.”
He points out that Nasser Zefzafi has been subjected to betrayal since the end of the popular movement in the Moroccan countryside in May 2017. “Nasser Zefzafi is fed up with these accusations.”
Are you seeking to seek a royal pardon?
Some believe that Zefzafi seeks through this step to pave the way to obtain a royal pardon and get out of his prison.
But the father rejects this hypothesis, which he considers “an interpretation that is in the interest of the state.” He denies that the resignation of his son affects the judicial course of the case, “because the judiciary carried out its mission and issued its rulings on the detainees,” he said.
He confirms that the motives of the “popular movement” in the countryside still exist, as the region has suffered from economic blockade and marginalization since independence in 1956.
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