Tamurt info: Polisario leader ‘most wanted man in Spain’
RABAT - The noose is tightening around the leader of the Algerian-backed Polisario Front Brahim Ghali after the Spanish authorities issued a report form to all Spanish border posts in response to his failure to appear in court for charges of genocide and crimes against humanity levelled against him, reported the Algerian news website "Tamurt info" on Thursday.
An international arrest warrant should soon be issued against “the torturer of the Polisario and the Algerian army” by the Spanish justice, forcing him to hide in Algeria, according to Tamurt info.
Ghali’s summoning by the Spanish justice follows a complaint filed by the Saharawi Association for the Defense of Human Rights (ASADEH) against him and 28 others, including Algerian officers, for acts perpetrated between 1974 and 1988 in the refugee camps of the Moroccan Sahrawis sequestered in Tindouf, said Tamurt info.
“The criminal prowess of this sad individual does not end there! Indeed, in his capacity as leader of the "Polisario" terrorist militias, he had ordered attacks against Spanish fishing boats as well as canary civilians leading to numerous deaths.
Ghali has been elected as the Polisario Front's new Secretary General and President of the so-called Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), since July 12 following the death of Mohamed Abdelaziz, who passed away late last May after a long illness.
The website dubbed Ghali as the most wanted man in Spain who must respond to a complaint filed before the Spanish justice by Moroccan Saharawi Khadijatou Mahmoud Mohamed Zoubeir in 2013 for rape and sexual abuse.