Saadoni, Saharawi activist abducted by Moroccan Police
PUSL.- Moroccan police in plain clothes kidnapped yesterday night the Saharawi activist Ali Saadouni who’s whereabouts continue unknown.
Saddoni had been followed and chased all day by a civilian car of the Moroccan police in the occupied city of El Aaiun in occupied Western Sahara.
During the day Saadoni and Khaliehna Elfak waved Flags of the SADR (Saharawi Arabe Democratic Repubic) in one of the avenues in El Aaiún busy. Elfak who was with Saadoni when he was abducted was let go by the police.
The well-known Saharawi activist was in prison since 2016 until 2018 because of his continuous and persistent peaceful struggle for self-determination in Western Sahara.
Saadoni belongs to a group of young Sahrawis who refuse to have Moroccan nationality and he defends publicly the right of self-determination of the Saharawi trough non violent actions like the exhibiton of his national flag and distribution of information.
During the detention period Saadoni was a victim of torture, ill-treatment, medical negligence and forced to be in a cell with infectious-contagious patients.
He made several hunger strikes in protest against this situation that were denounced to the various international bodies. During his imprisonment he sew his mouth in protest in one of the hunger strikes due the extreme ill treatment he received.