7 November 2012

Morocco: Moroccan Occupation Authorities Expel Five Spanish Activists From Occupied Al Aiun

Al Aiun — The Moroccan occupation authorities expelled from the occupied city of Al Aiun five Spanish activists who were engaging in solidarity work and observation of human rights in occupied territorties , said statemt of Ministry of the Occupied Territories and Communities Abroad.

The Ministry reported that "Morocco intends to prevent observers to see the flagrant human rights violations in the occupied territories."

The Ministry underlined in its statement that "the expulsion of international observers comes amid escalating of repression and intimidation and media blockade against the Saharawis in the occupied territories, days before the second anniversary of the historical epic of Gdim Izik".


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