Pact Tunisia and Algeria against Morocco? The fire of the Moroccan desert stings Rabat

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 Pact Tunisia and Algeria against Morocco? The fire of the Moroccan desert bites Rabat from the burrow of Qais Said!

The Moroccan Sahara is the mirror through which we see our relations with the world. A sentence he said a few days ago, the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI. And while he was directing the lenses of Rabat glasses to Algeria. He had no expectation that the first country he would see with these glasses would be Tunisia's non-enemy neighbor. Here is the head of the separatist Polisario Front, Ibrahim Ghali, at Tunis airport, and he was not received by anyone, but rather by President Kais Saied personally. It was necessary for Morocco to do his glasses and look at the trees of Tunisia. 
We got this from Algeria, but not from you, Tunisia. The Moroccans were the mouthpiece. Soon, the cord was cut off, and the crisis and signs of the storm appeared on the horizon. The political crisis began to snowball. It began with Morocco announcing the withdrawal of the ambassador for consultations, considering the Tunisian discourse as aggressive towards Morocco. Before the King of Morocco took his decision to boycott the African-Japanese summit Tekat Eight on August 27 and 28 in Tunisia, which in turn responded by withdrawing its ambassador in Rabat also for consultations with an attempt to take a step back by broadcasting the news of receiving the Polisario president in his name only, Ibrahim Ghali without his position as Secretary General of the Polisario Front Which is making dear and cheap for independence in the Moroccan Sahara. 
With unlimited support from Algeria, which took its position against Morocco and supported the separation of the Sahara. Today, Morocco has lost a friend and Tunisia has gained an enemy, to join Algeria's side in Morocco's enmity for the sake of the Sahara. Especially since Tunisia quickly responded by withdrawing its ambassador from Morocco. The assertion of its neutrality on the issue of the Moroccan Sahara did not help to defuse the crisis or ease its abyss. Indicates that Kais Saied made his decision to move forward by provoking Morocco. The Tunisian statement is strongly worded, while describing the Moroccan statements as unprecedented prejudice. To push the crisis to a verbal diplomatic rupture, which will not be enough to deter it, Tunisia said that Ghali's invitation came from the African Union through a memorandum inviting all members of the African Union, including the leader of the Polisario Front, to participate in the activities of the Tokyo International Summit for Development. 
What prompted Tunisia to suddenly abandon its neutrality regarding the Moroccan Sahara. And where will the snowball of the crisis between the two neighboring Arab-African countries reach? At a time when the crisis is raging between Morocco and Tunisia for the sake of the Sahara itself. Which did not leave a thread of friendship and led to a war between Rabat and Algeria. It seems that behind the decision of Qais Saeed is behind it. Because the Tunisian coup would seem surprising given the long years of neutrality in this file. And with a long diplomatic tradition of maintaining relations with the Arabs without bias. There is no need to go back a lot in memory before listening to the statement of the advisor to the President of the Tunisian Republic, Walid Al-Hajjam. When he said that Tunisia adheres to the principle of positive neutrality in dealing with the Sahara issue. And giving priority to the language of dialogue in order to reach an acceptable political solution to this file. However, Tunisia's actions with Kais Saied have always taken dimensions that are not necessarily consistent with the statements, especially with the recent revelation of Tunisia's involvement in the policy of axes. Although Tunisian politics is historically known for taking neutral positions. But Qais Saeed, who insisted on sending his greetings to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the pillars of his regime. 
And he began to take positions from the parties to the Libyan crisis, whether by the appearance of signs of support for the Prime Minister appointed by Parliament, Fathi Bashagha. Or take a distance from the Prime Minister of the National Unity Government, Abdel Hamid Dabaiba. And now with its new position on the Moroccan Sahara and the victory of Algeria in its struggle with Morocco. All of this indicates Tunisia's step-by-step involvement in the Russian alliance. On the side of Algeria, the Syrian regime, and perhaps also China. Which started expanding its investments in Tunisia and pumping a lot of money. At a time, political studies centers say that Tunisia's choice to start the term neutrality. As a political suicide for President Kais Saied. It puts the higher interests of Tunisia at risk. Other political analysis centers say that Tunisia decided through the gateway to the Moroccan Sahara. The stage of manipulating regional balances and entering conflicts. With the aim of building a more robust geo-strategic landscape for the country. 
What makes it a party to reckon with. And in your opinion, did Tunisia really join Algeria in the enmity of Morocco and create a conflict that will not end? Or is it a summer cloud that will clear up the relations of Tunisia and Morocco?

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