Moroccan Historian Abdellah Boussouf’s new book: “Moroccan Sahara, He who holds the Right holds the Force”
Moroccan historian Abdellah Boussouf has just published a book titled “Moroccan Sahara, He Who Holds the Right Holds the Force.”
This 250-page book is a plead with solid reasons in support of the Moroccan character of the Sahara, bringing together a collection of articles produced in recent years on the first national cause.
While it is usual to oppose the rule of law to the use of force, Mr. Boussouf illustrates that the rule of law is Morocco’s greatest strength.
Thus, the strength of argument and the argument of strength go hand in hand; in other words, Morocco’s strength stems from the validity of its Saharan Provinces’ rights, which are underlined by history and geography.
This book lends itself to reading in light of recent developments in the Sahara issue, particularly the Royal Armed Forces’ saving intervention in El Guerguerat on November 13, 2020, and the United States’ recognition of the Kingdom of Morocco’s full sovereignty over its Saharan Provinces on December 10, 2020.
It is also intended to be an acceptable reaction to the neighbor to the east’s infantile cries and puerile posturing, which have been energized by certain European nations who have been weakened by Morocco’s recent diplomatic victories on the subject of its territorial integrity.