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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesdoy, July 13, 1971

Page Two THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, July 13, 1971

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that Egyptian leader AIw ar
Sadat may have been embarras-
sed by Libya's support for the
abortive revolution and that he
may be trying to prevent a new
split between the revolutiortary
Arab republics and the mon-
archies.
Meanwhile, it was announced
President Nixon sent a message
to King Hassan congratulating
him for having escaped shen
Army rebels attacked his .um-
mer palace on Saturday.
Nixon's message was dispatch-
ed on Sunday. Officials said it
expressed the relief of the ad-
ministration that the monarch's
life was saved and order had
been restored. There were no
American casualties.
After Saturday's unsuccessful
coup, Mohammed Oufkir, who
has been regarded as the strong-
man of the regime ever since
1965, was invested with all nil-
itary and civil powers in Mo-
rocco by Hassan II.
Oufkir is generally cr 'dted
with masterminding the kidnap-
ping and assassination of Mo-
roccan leftist leader El Msehdi
Ben Barka six years ago.
Oufkir supervised the sum-

mary court martial which sen-
tenced the three generals to
execution.
A communique from the gov-
ernment on the executions was
expected. The executions were
carried out in secret, informants
said.
"This is not Iraq," one high
Moroccan official added in ref-
erence to executions carried out
in public squares in Iraq's capi-
tal, Baghdad.
It was tot certain whether all
the dozen or so senior officers
involved in the short lived at-
tempt to set up a Moroccan
revolutionary republic were exe-
cuted.
The executions are continuing
although it was not clear whether
all six leading conspirators re-
ported under arrest have been
shot.
King Hassan told a news con-
ference Sunday that the officeis
who led Saturday's attempted
coup would all be dead by s rn-
down last night. He named eight
principal plotters including four
generals and three colonels.
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