Participants in a meeting organized on Sunday in Algiers, to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the transfer of the liberation revolution to French soil, emphasized the great role played by Algerian immigrants in opening a “second front” and transferring the revolution to the enemy’s home as an essential station in the course of the armed struggle for the restoration of national sovereignty. .
The participants in this meeting, organized by the Meshaal al-Shaheed Association, explained that the date of August 25, 1958 represented an essential station in the course of the armed struggle that extended to French soil, and this was thanks to the sacrifice of the militants who were active under the banner of the National Liberation Front.
And during his narration of the historical facts, Mujahid Muhammad Ghafir, a member of the Federation of the National Liberation Front in France during the liberation revolution, known as “Moh Clichy”, confirmed that the historic decision to transfer the liberation revolution to French territory was a “warning shot that destabilized the French people and made them feel the suffering of the Algerians from The scourge of colonialism, in addition to creating a political crisis within France.
He added, “According to the directives of the political leadership, operations were carried out targeting strategic sites on French soil,” pointing out that the eight-day strike launched by the Algerians in 1957, as well as the attacks of northern Constantinople (August 20, 1955) and the Soumam conference (August 20, 1956) were ” A strong motive for the National Liberation Front to decide to transfer the liberation revolution to the enemy’s home.
By the way, the Mujahid “Moh Clichy” touched on the reaction of the French and the horror they felt as a result of these commando operations, the most important of which was the one that took place in Morbien in Marseille, highlighting what the French press wrote at the time when it described these commando operations as a “national catastrophe”.
And he stressed that all the attacks were carried out within the framework of “precise operations and in compliance with the instructions that stipulate the need to avoid harming the lives of civilians.”