Brahim Ghali… Former Agent Of The Spanish Policia Territorial

The daily revealed the number he carried during his work with the Policia Territorial (number 8,360), as well as his Spanish identity card number (DNI B-7248055), which goes to show that Ghali was a holder of Spanish nationality.

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The Spanish “La Razon” revealed an important piece of information hours before the appearance of Brahim Ghali, leader of the Polisario, before the judge tomorrow, June 1st, from the hospital in Logrono.

The Spanish daily said that Ghali was an informant serving the police of Franco’s dictatorial regime. He helped them in their operations and received money from them because of the reports he submitted to them between 1971 and 1975; the year in which Morocco reclaimed the Sahara through the Green March.

The daily revealed the number he carried during his work with the Policia Territorial (number 8,360), as well as his Spanish identity card number (DNI B-7248055), which goes to show that Ghali was a holder of Spanish nationality.

The same source said that Ghali was born in 1949 and joined the Spanish police in the sixties, but Spain’ secret services will discover his involvement with the Polisario, which was responsible for kidnapping Spanish agents. This led to him being expelled and placed under surveillance.

The Spanish reports included how Ghali was collecting funds and obtaining weapons to fight the Spaniards, and also talked about how he obtained aid from several Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia, Algeria and Morocco, but in the reports he says that the Liberation Front will expel the Spaniards, and will also prevent Morocco from recovering the Sahara, with the help of Algeria, “since they had plenty of weapons”.

It is noted that Brahim Ghali is from the Erguibat tribe, Ulad Taleb fraction (subfraction Ulad Ben Lahsen). Reports also indicate that the Spaniards cut their ties with Ghali after the Green March, but this remains unevidenced.

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