Gdeim Izik prisoners currently detained in Tiflet 2 are still subject to isolation and inhuman treatment

PUL.- The Saharawi political prisoner Abdallahi Abbahah, of the group of Gdeim Izik, currently held in the Tiflet 2 prison in Morocco, will make a 48 hour protest hunger strike in support of El Bachir Khadda from the same group, who entered an open hunger strike last 18h of September.

According to the information of the family, Abbahah declared that he will make a 48 hour protest hunger strike in support of El Bachir Khadda and also against the daily harassment, ill treatment and prolonged confinement he is subjected to since his transfer over 5 months ago.

The prisoners of Tiflet2, Mohamed Lamin Haddi, Abdallahi Abbahah and El Bachir Khadda have been without meaningfull human contact for months, victims of psychological torture, harassment and ill treatment. They are in cells with the bare minimum necessary, without any means to spend their time, starring at the walls 22 hours or more. Read more

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Following the recent repression in the Occupied territories of WS: President Brahim Gali asks the UN to guarantee the protection and security of Sahrawi civilians

Bir Lehlu (Liberated Territories of the SADR), September 22, 2018 (SPS) -. The President of the Sahrawi Republic, Mr. Brahim Gali, called on the United Nations SG, Mr. Antonio Guterres, to intervene to put an end to the repressive practices of the Moroccan authorities and guarantee the safety and protection of Sahrawi civilians in the Occupied Areas of Western Sahara.

In a letter addressed to the United Nations SG on the recent Moroccan repression against the Saharawi demonstrators, the President of the Republic said that Morocco, through these repeated methods, does not “reflect” the real will or good faith to cooperate with the efforts of the United Nations, led by the Personal Envoy of the United Nations for Western Sahara, the former German President Horst Köhler.

“These practices constitute a flagrant violation of international law and international humanitarian law, depriving the Saharawi people of their right to express themselves in accordance with the commandments of international law,” said the President of the Saharawi Republic. Read more

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