Algeria; destabilization in sight or are there external pressures in face of electoral deadlines?

It is now typical; before each electoral event, pressure on Algeria reappears and intensifies causing the sword of imperocidal-Zionist Damocles to rise above the country of  a million and a half martyrs.

Thus, in recent weeks, we see an increase of disturbing information amid questions about the upcoming presidential election scheduled for May 2019.

Indeed, the questions concern, among other things, the possible succession of President Bouteflika, which no one can predict if he intends to represent himself or not, in view of his advanced age and his state of health.

Rumors of coup d’état, Western reports predicting a serious economic crisis, international pressure to welcome migrants … those are the usual elements that flourish in the media when Algeria expects a major election.

Thus, at the end of last December, a lively controversy arose over the sensitive subject of migrants by local and foreign non-governmental organizations, including the Algerian League for the Defense of Human Rights (LADDH), who denounced the return to Niger of some fifty migrants, mostly Syrians, but also Yemenis and Palestinians, who entered the Malian border illegally in September.

On Thursday January 3rd, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said, “be concerned” by the fate of these people from Arab countries, he considers “missing”.

They are, according to him, “vulnerable people, from Syria, Palestine and Yemen” forming a group of 120 people now blocked at the border.


What UNHCR does not seem to know is that the majority of them would be, according, to Hacène Kacimi (Director of Migration at the Ministry of the Interior), former jihadists from Aleppo, a stronghold of Daesh and al-Nusra Front. The proof of this affirmation would be their hijacked route to join Algeria (Mali, Niger and even Mauritania).

Therefore, for Algeria, their refoulement would not be an arbitrary measure, but the execution of a court decision before which these people arrived in September.

The presence of families amongst them would be a trick to deceive the vigilance of the authorities, who are following closely the consequences of the debacle of terrorist groups in Syria.

“Why are they not migrants? Quite simply, those are members of the Free Syrian Army who were in Aleppo, “said the official.

“When these jihadists arrived in Turkey, if their lives were really threatened, why did they not ask for asylum in Turkey?” Asked Hacène Kacimi.

“What is this migrant who can afford the luxury of traveling by so many capitals and pay more than 200 million centimes (dinars) to reach the southern borders of Algeria? Who finances the organization, supervision and protection of these jihadists?” asked the director at the Ministry of the Interior.

According to him, these “jihadists return through northern Mali under the protection of terrorist groups that bring them back to Ain Khalil to return them to the national territory by Timiaouine,” he said.

“And there is a second road that passes (by plane) from Sudan to Bamako where there are strong local complicities. They are sent back to Agadez where they are supported by armed groups to make them go back to the Algerian borders, “said the official. Logistics which seem well planned and signed.

Investigations conducted by the security services have indeed found it strange that these migrants are trying to access the Algerian soil from the extreme south, which has confirmed the infiltration of terrorists among these refugees, from Syria and Yemen.

Added to this is the threat posed by the arrival of former soldiers from the Sahel countries among clandestine migrants, who served in conflict zones known to be hubs for all trafficking and terrorism.

What aggravates this terrorist threat on Algeria is the almost daily discovery of arms caches in the southern part of the country, including weapons of war like anti-tank missiles or air defense, which are on the migratory routes in the Sahara.

This issue of terrorists (instruments of destabilization of predilection of the imperialist powers) seems to have been taken seriously by the highest authorities of the country, because it is a matter of national security, and the army keeps the greatest vigilance.

“Algeria fears that Niger, through the platform of Agadez, is becoming a migratory route taken by Syrian jihadists coming mainly from Aleppo,” said a security source in the Algerian daily l’Expression, adding that “More seriously, these Arab migrants in Niger and Mali are escorted by armed groups. We are following the matter with great concern”, assuring that the army was on standby to deal with such threats.

Let us remember that last August, a UN report on the redeployment of Daesh terrorists in the Maghreb countries after their defeat in Syria and Iraq, recognized the presence of several thousand members in Libya. The terrorist organization, adding that 1,473 Moroccan fighters who were part of the ranks of Daesh, and 2,926 Tunisians were also likely to return to the region. Far behind, Algeria has 170 terrorists, more than half (87), according to this report, were returned to the country before January 2016. On Wednesday, January 2, the Turkish state agency Anadolu announced the arrest of several Algerian nationals linked to IS.

Supporting the aforementioned facts, the site TSA Arabi recalls the arrest of a ship loaded with Turkish ammunition (45 million bullets!) Off the coast of Libya two weeks ago. A “colossal” figure, according to the TSA source compared to a population of four million Libyans. “One can conclude that this huge amount of weapons was not intended for Libya, but to arm fighters from Syria and other regions,” she said.

According to the expert and researcher in security and strategic issues, Ahmed Mizab, under the guise of asylum seekers, “some Arab and Western countries, try to send elements of terrorist groups in Algeria from the conflict zones in order to sow chaos and launch a second wave of the Arab Spring, “and add:

“About a year ago, the region witnessed the systematic transfer of elements of terrorist groups to carry out projects from countries such as the United States and France.”

The Algerian expert also claims that terrorist groups deployed in the region had recently adopted suspicious activity and were trying to install new fiefs there. “The events in southern Libya and Mali and the terrorists’ attempts to break into Algeria confirmed the fact that there are unborn plots and conspiracies being fomented to undermine Algeria’ security and stability, “he said.

Thus, the danger lurks not only on the southern borders with Libya, but also on the East and West borders for Algeria. A sneaky, but very real danger, coming from the pharmacies of foreign countries, who are relentlessly trying to shatter Algeria’s security.

To support this external danger, imperial-Zionism can count on internal elements that are faithful to it, such as the Kabyle secessionists of the MAK, guided by Tel-Aviv, or the leaders of the local movement of Muslim brothers, the MSP, whose affiliation to the CIA and MI6 was unveiled after the Arab revolutions.

Fortunately, the Algerian people remain lucid and hermetic to all forms of manipulation, despite the social and economic crises which have hit the country hard, despite the decay of the political staff, the current challenges, and the rampant corruption that is unparalleled.

While the Zionists have long dreamed of creating chaos in Algeria, other countries, like France, seem to fear and have no interest, given the number of Algerians present in France and the direct repercussions that this could entail.

The Anti-Zionist Party relies on the foresight of the Algerian people and the vigilance of their security to resist plots and other attempts to destabilize the country.

A country which is a one-hour flight from France, if it were to plunge into chaos, it would undoubtedly lead France in a dramatic whirlwind. Algiers is not Damascus, Paris knows this well.

Therefore, it is in everyone’s interest to stop the Zionist arsonists who seek to create disorder in Algeria to establish their hegemony and leave behind only “sand and death,” as Mr.Trump would say.