MOROCCO: Ifni & After

"The Ifni war is no concern of ours," protested Si Abderamane Zyatt, the jovial ex-linotype operator who governs the Moroccan Goulimine area bordering the little coastal enclave. "It is a spontaneous rising of the inhabitants against Spanish oppression."

The governor did not turn his head to look out at the rainswept streets of Goulimine, which were thronged with khaki-clad, black-turbaned members of the irregular Liberation Army force that launched the attack on the Ifni enclave three weeks ago; jeeps and trucks sped past toward the Ifni frontier with loads of food and...

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