Algeria’s government has announced the details of an Israeli conspiracy targeting stability and geographical unity of the country
The Algerian authorities said that the confessions and documents that were found with the separatist ” MAK” movement (known also in French as Mouvement pour l’autodétermination de la Kabylie) revealed the relationship of this group with Israel and Morocco.
Yesterday, Wednesday, Algerian television broadcast a program entitled “The Fall of the Threads of Illusion”, which includes confessions by people belonging to the “MAK” separatist movement about the armed activity.
Investigations published by the authorities confirmed that those involved were in contact with Israeli spies under the cover of “civil society” institutions.
The Algerian authorities stated that weapons, military equipment, banners, and leaflets were found in the group’s possession.
A statement by the General Directorate of National Security (GDNS) in Algeria said the members of this terrorist group were in constant contact with foreign parties, operating under the cover of associations and civil society organizations present in the Zionist entity.”
The statement confirmed the involvement of a North African country, in reference to Morocco.
The GDNS revealed that it had thwarted an attempt by a terrorist group to carry out armed action in Algeria, with the complicity of a North African country and Israel, as part of a conspiracy dating back to 2014.
The Algerian security also confirmed the dismantling of a criminal group belonging to the terrorist organization (MAK), active in the provinces of Tizi Ouzou, Bejaia, and Bouira, with the arrest of 17 suspects, who were preparing to carry out armed operations, aimed at compromising the country’s security and national unity, with the complicity of parties internal separatism.
“An-Nahar”, an Algerian daily newspaper, also reported that the confessions of the arrested members of the “MAK ” network revealed the threads of the attacks scheme that was orchestrated through a Facebook page.