Wednesday, August 12, 2015
A former colonel of the DRS (Algerian intelligence agency) is sounding the alarm; "In 24 hours, Algeria can become Syria" .
A former colonel of the DRS (Algerian intelligence agency) is sounding the alarm; "In 24 hours, Algeria can become Syria" . (AF). [GoogleTranslated).
The recent changes in the Department of Intelligence and Security (DRS) and the Algerian military institution can dangerously weaken Algeria.
This is at least the assertions Khalfaoui Mohamed, a DRS retired colonel.
The latter even issued a stern warning to the Algerian authorities: "In 24 hours, Algeria can become Syria," he said live on TV Ennahar.
"Yes, there is a clan struggle within the intelligence services," yet indicated no false fleeing Mohamed Khalfaou, which deplores a "manner" in which recent changes have been made within the DRS and other military institutions in the image of the Republican Guard.
These changes, Mohamed Khalfaoui considers them a threat against "the effectiveness of the security services." "Services, you must strengthen and not weaken " this retired Colonel claims, that the dissolution of the Group 'Special Intervention (GIS), an affiliate elite unit DRS, is a very bad decision.
"All the intelligence services in the world have intervention units," said the officer, who entrusted on the plateau of Ennahar TV, doubts about the reliability of the recent measures adopted by the military Measures that suggest struggles steeples between the different components of the Algerian regime.
Any observer can not hide the problem of people but we do not jeopardize the country's security because of personal disputes," admits Mohamed Khalfaoui about it.
"The current terrorism is far more dangerous than the terrorists of GIA 90s we could curb.
The of Terrorism today is financially supported by Qatar and Saudi Arabia and is indirectly supported by the United States.
This terrorism can transform the whole country into a battlefield ", finally prevents this former official of the DRS who fears now," a real dysfunction between different security apparatuses. "