21 October 2015

Western Sahara: Moroccan Authorities Arrest Two Former Saharawi Political Prisoners

Occupied El Aaiun — The Moroccan occupation authorities arrested the former two Saharawi political prisoners Mohamed Biza and Abdessalam Loumadi in the Moroccan city of Agadir, reported a source from the Ministry of Occupied Territories and Communities Abroad.

The same source revealed that the Saharawi political prisoner Abdeslam Loumadi had been detained for over 48 hours at the police station in the same city before being released with no explanation of the reasons for his arrest.

Mohamed Biza, it was transferred to the prison of occupied El Aaiun under the pretext of a search warrant against him in a case dating back to January 13, 2013, said the same source.

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