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Western Sahara Introduction
The Saharan Arab Democratic Republic is abbreviated as Western Sahara. It is located in northwestern Africa, in the western part of the Sahara Desert, on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, and adjacent to Morocco, Mauritania, and Algeria.
This place is a disputed area, and Morocco declares its sovereignty over this area. Western Sahara was a colony of Spain in history. In 1975, Spain announced its withdrawal from Western Sahara. In 1979, Mauritania announced its abandonment of its territorial sovereignty over Western Sahara, and the armed conflict between Morocco and the People’s Liberation Front of Western Sahara continued until 1991. Morocco controlled approximately three-quarters of Western Sahara. The Great Wall of Sandbanks was built to prevent the infiltration of the Polisario Front.  In addition, the local independent armed organization Polisario Front ruled about a quarter of the deserted area east of the region. A total of 47 countries recognized the "Saharan Arab Democratic Republic (The Saharan Arab Democratic Republic) led by the armed regime. Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic) is one of the independent Arab countries.
Western Sahara is located in northwestern Africa, in the western part of the Sahara Desert, bordering the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and has a coastline of about 900 kilometers. It borders Morocco to the north, and Algeria and Mauritania to the east and south.
The area is a disputed area, and Morocco declares its sovereignty over the area. In addition, a local independent armed organization (the Polisario Front, also known as the People’s Liberation Front of Western Sahara) rules approximately east of the area. A quarter of the deserted area, and most of the rest are occupied by Morocco. As of 2019, 54 UN member states have recognized the "Saharan Arab Democratic Republic" led by the armed regime as one of the independent Arab countries.
Western Sahara was a Spanish colony in history. In 1975, Spain announced its withdrawal Western Sahara, and signed partition agreements with Morocco and Mauritania. The People’s Liberation Front of Western Sahara, backed by Algeria, subsequently made territorial claims against Western Sahara. The three parties have repeatedly engaged in armed conflicts. In 1979, Mauritania announced its abandonment of Western Sahara. The territorial sovereignty of Morocco, and the armed conflict between Morocco and the People’s Liberation Front of Western Sahara continued until 1991. As of 2011, Morocco actually controlled about three-quarters of Western Sahara.
It is a tropical desert climate, with annual rainfall of less than 100 mm, and some areas often have no rain for 20 consecutive years. Daily temperature difference The inland day and night temperature varies from 11°C to 44°C. Lack of rain, drought, and sultry heat are the characteristics of Western Sahara’s climate. The annual rainfall in Laayoun and Dakhla along the Atlantic Ocean is only 40. ~43mm.
Most of the territory is desert and semi-desert, with a tropical desert climate. The western coastal climate is humid, and the eastern plateau has a dry climate. The average daily inland The temperature difference is 11℃～14℃.
Phosphate deposits are abundant, with Bukra reserves alone reaching 1.7 billion tons. There is a modern phosphate mining field. After the war in 1976, phosphate production came to a standstill, and production resumed in 1979. In addition, there are resources such as potassium, copper, petroleum, iron, and zinc.
Most residents are engaged in animal husbandry, mainly raising sheep and camels. Coastal fishery resources are rich, and marine aquatic resources are rich, among which sea crabs, sea wolves, sardines, and mackerel are famous.
The main language used is Arabic. The residents mainly believe in Islam.
Western Sahara society is based on tribes. The largest tribe is Rakibat, which accounts for half of the total population. Each tribe includes several families, and the same tribe nomads together. Each family is headed by an older, reputable person. The patriarchs of all races form a group to make tribal decrees according to Islamic law and appoint chiefs (chairs). The chiefs of the tribes form the General Assembly of Chiefs in Western Sahara, with dozens of members, which is the highest authority.
The people of Western Sahara prefer blue. Regardless of men and women, almost all of them are wrapped in a blue cloth, so they are called "blue men". In cities, nobles, religious scholars and chief executives often wear white robes