PUSL.- Last morning, members of the Moroccan occupier organized a new attack on the Khaya sisters.
At dawn, the Moroccan occupation forces cut off the power of the family home of the Saharawi activist Sultana Khaya in Bojador, occupied Western Sahara, which is why the sisters took to the street in a protest against the continued harassment and siege they suffered for over four months, being subjected to siege and house arrest without having brought any charges against any member of the family. What makes this nothing less than a siege of the military occupier to civilians which is an act of war.
At three in the morning, the head of the military police appeared at the scene and beat the Khaya sisters with batons, wounding and leaving Ouarra Khaya, Sultana’s sister, lying on the floor.
Following this attack, the house was surrounded by Moroccan occupation forces, who removed the family’s lanterns, which they used to light up when the power supply was cut off, and remained in place to intimidate them.
This continuous harassment and violence that Morocco uses against this family is causing serious consequences to minors living in the house, continually subjecting them to traumatic situations that prevent them from developing a life with the needs of any child, they cannot rest or fulfill the necessary and logical activities for their age.