Two female Saharawi activists punished by the Moroccan occupation authorities
PUSL.- Ms. Gabbal Bannahi Daha (alias Juda), Saharawi activist, was informed today by the Moroccan authorities that her social aid was suspended in retaliation for her human rights activism and for defending the right of self-determination of the Saharawi people, as well as her participation in the anniversary celebrations of the proclamation of the Sahrawi republic.
Ms. Daha proclaimed that these retaliation practices would never stop her from continuing her struggle against the Moroccan occupation. In 2018 Ms. Daha had already been in the same situation and was on hunger strike until the Moroccan authorities responded to her demand after 17 days.
Ms. Aghlajilha El Ouali (El Idrissi) another activist from Smara was also punished by the Moroccan authorities by suspending her social card due to her participation in the anniversary celebrations of the proclamation of the Sahrawi republic.
The Moroccan authorities continue the systematic policy of stifling the voices of the Sahrawi people, by getting revenge and retaliate against them.
The Sahrawi activists in occupied Smara condemned the elimination of the Sahrawi livelihood and the collective punishment of the struggling families and proclaim their support and stand with the activists.