21 October 2015

Western Sahara: A Saharawi Political Prisoner Began a Hunger Strike

The Saharawi political prisoner, Mohamed Bourial has started last September 28 a hunger strike from his Moroccan prison Sale1 in protest against the deterioration of his health , said a source from the Ministry of Occupied Territories and Community Abroad.

The Saharawi political prisoner, Mohamed Bourial demanded respect for their legitimate right to medical treatment, added the same source.

It should be recalled that the Saharawi political prisoner Mohamed Boureal was arrested in November 12, 2010 and sentenced by a military court to 30 years in prison.

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