The only current concern raised among the residents of the Tindouf camps is about the leaked news about the leaders of the Polisario Front. Some secrets were revealed about a criminal network led by the polisario leadership, which is responsible of criminal acts and running mafias.
After the scandal of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and his smuggling of funds from the camps to open medical clinics in Panama and Ecuador for his son, it seems that he is not the only polisario member accused of smuggling.
After the information about him and his son surfaced, other news about his brother, AKA Bolsan, the so-called ambassador in Cuba, were revealed about his personal support to this project.
Actually, the so-called polisario ambassador in Cuba is considered as one of the most dangerous smugglers and money launderers in the camps. He has ran and has controlled mafia networks during his responsibility in Las Palmas, where he knew the sources of the Polisario’s money and how this money was smuggled out.
The Red Crescent Foundation of the Polisario has already been mentioned as being nothing else but a money laundering company inside the camps. It is responsible of the sale and the smuggling of humanitarian aid and medical equipment. It is also this very foundation that establishes fictitious companies in Panama, through other fictitious companies, led by the sons of leaders and notables of the leadership of the Polisario.
It is a large network that makes it easier for polisario leaders to buy houses, to travel abroad easily, to own real estate, to earn dividents in a number of major companies, and it is also responsible for speculation in international stock exchanges.
The red Crescent Foundation operates under the leadership of Algerian officials, who keep track of everything. They receive reports on the regulations involved in the support, its nature, and the number of funds granted.
It is worth noting that the leaked financial scandals of the Polisario leadership include data on the expenses of the pseudo-Ministry of Foreign Affairs, starting with the so-called Foreign Minister , Mohamed Salem Ould Salek, who receives from the Algerian regime a monthly salary of 12 thousand dollars.
Algeria also pays the expenses of diplomatic representations and their employees. Those expenses exceed tens of thousands of dollars per month.
The leaks also concerned the property of leaders abroad, led by the same minister, who owns properties in Spain, Panama and Ecuador worth more than 50 billion Algerian currency, while a number of prominent leaders own expensive real estate in neighboring countries, among them, Taleb Ami Dih, the commander of the Seventh Military Region. He is also responsible of the Polisario’s properties in Mauritania, especially Nouadhibou.
Taleb Ami Dih and the Minister of the so-called Communities and the Occupied Territories, Mustafa Sayed Al-Bashir, are accused of smuggling money collected through the Red Crescent Foundation and running the Polisario Front’s drug trade.
The coming days will be full of surprises. Anxiety inside the camps is increasing, especially after the population of the camps have discovered the thefts of the leaders trusted by Algeria to manage Tinduf camps. While Algeria hand them the money, Polisario Front wreaks havoc, runs criminal networks and international gangs, smuggles, launders and shares money among them, in form of property and family projects, while the Sahrawis lives are in woe and deprivation.