The Libyan foreign security agency accused Mossad and Morocco of attempting to break Algeria
For the first time, and officially, the Libyan External Security Agency has accused the Israeli Mossad of being behind what she described as "attempts to break the territorial unity of Algeria, Libya and Tunisia.
- According to the agency, the Amazigh movement activists, backed by foreign intelligence services (Mossad) are leading a plan to break the Maghreb after succeeding in Iraq, Lebanon, Sudan and Yemen.
In a communiqué of the Libyan agency, published yesterday, of which Ennahar obtained a copy, four people were arrested three days ago, two Libyan national and two Moroccans entered into Libyan territory under supposedly academic, historical, archaeological, cultural research, a cover for their activities.
The two Moroccan nationals were released, the agency said, "in respect for the Moroccan official figures.
The arrest occurred after a surveillance operation, to which four people arrested, Amazigh movement activists, had been submitted.
The Libyan External Security agency directly involves an official Moroccan institution, of being behind the four spies, the twin Libyan brothers Mazigh and Maghris Bouzahar, while the names of the two Moroccans were not cited, nor for whom they work (the Moroccan Royal Institute). These re Asemhar Mahfoud and Ramou Hacen, two researchers from the centre of studies on the history and environment of the Royal Institute of Amazigh culture.
According to data of Ennahar, the two Moroccans spies are part of a destructive project conducted by the Mossad.
Ennahar / Ismail Fellah