The Rachad movement, by hiding behind the Algerian immigrants abroad and some movement activists, plans to organize protests out of the doors of the headquarters of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland, in an attempt to tarnish the image of Algeria externally.
The data indicate that the Islamic Rashad group is preparing to take advantage of the eighty-eighth session of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, between 24 and 28 August, to organize the eight-day march that it exploits in its shameful step against Algeria’s interests and reputation, through false and malicious allegations, “Diaspora” and the movement, and thus confirm that those who describe themselves as “Islamists” seek to ride the unprecedented 22 February movement, against the previous regime, to transform it and lead it according to their own agenda under the instructions and directions of some foreign parties.
In the past few years, some countries have turned into polarization centres for a number of “Islamists” who work to implement what their governments dictate, and prioritize their interests over the national interests of the state, by providing generous financial support to them, which explains the intensive movements of these “Islamists” through social media networks, and the creation of dozens of news platforms and websites, to target and distort Algeria, through falsehoods and fake news which seek to repeat during the eighty-eighth session of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention.
What confirms the endeavours of these parties to return to the years of blood and destruction, is the proposal that was presented a few days ago by the called “Reda Boudraa”, who presents himself through social networks as a researcher in strategic issues related to arming the Algerians, which means a confrontation between the Algerians and the security services, as he was faced with a lot of criticisms after his bloody discourse by the majority of Algerians.
Algerian government – in the words of the Minister of Communication Ammar Belhimer – had previously warned, on March dialogue, of the existence of “attempts by non-national forces to transform the Hirak into an unarmed rebel movement, aiming to paralyze the country, noting that those who want to continue the Hirak in this difficult circumstance, and whatever its consequences for the whole nation express a suicide intransigence, and it has become imperative to confront them with the power of wisdom, the spirit of citizenship, and the power of the law that is binding and above everyone”.
Belhimer emphasized that “non-governmental organizations that are known in Geneva or in London, and the remnants of the dissolved FIS party, in addition to the mafia fragments of the obsolete regime, operate unabated in various locations, including from behind bars, to incite civil disobedience and chaos and resort to violence”.
“We are afraid that the movement will move slowly, more and more, towards fabricated extensions, which emerge day after day in the anti-revolutionary nature of the movement. The movement was at its beginnings a movement of multiple currents and stripes, but it was penetrated by political currents that managed to sneak in its ranks to neutralize it from its national and democratic character”.
Belhimer’s talk clearly indicates that “Rashad” movement is stationed in a number of European countries, which includes leaders and officials from the Salvation Front refugees abroad, and their militants in Algeria, who seek to break through the Hirak and in alliance with groups affiliated with the former regime.