Attacks on Saharawi activists by Moroccan forces
PUSL February 17, 2021.- It has been reported that siege, harassment, kidnapping, physical and sexual assault are recurrent practices that Moroccan occupation forces use against Saharawi men, women and children as a form of intimidation and submission in occupied Western Sahara.
Last November 28, in El-Aaiun, an attack on the home of Saharawi activist Ali Salem Tamek injured several occupants; previously, on November 19, in Bojador, activist Sultana Khaya and her family were beaten at the entrance to their home.
According to organizations in the field, these situations are recurrent.
Are you aware of these situations that constitute human rights violations?
What steps have you taken with the Polisario Front to learn about humanitarian conditions in the occupied Saharawi territories?