Algeria – After the seizure of Iranian subversive books, other Moroccans met the same fate yesterday Saturday. Dictionaries accrediting the expansionist Moroccan theses in Western Sahara, supposed to be exposed to the 23 e edition of the SILA, were seized by the customs services.
This is in any case what said this Sunday Bouzid Dahia, head of divisional customs inspection of Bordj El Bahri, located east of Algiers. Invited to Ennahar TV, the customs official said that dictionaries containing maps annexing Western Sahara to Moroccan territory have been banned.
"Dictionaries were removed because they contained prohibited maps," he explained.
The seizure of these Moroccan propagandist dictionaries comes a few days after a similar operation in which works by an Iranian publisher, which promote Shiism, were banned. His stand, meanwhile, it was sealed.