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Wednesday, May 22, 2024
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Four young Moroccans have fled the Polisario camps to return to Morocco, reported on Tuesday the Arabic-speaking daily "Assabah".

The Polisario is an Algeria-backed guerrilla movement claiming the separation of Morocco's southern provinces, known as the Sahara. The former Spanish colony was retrieved by Morocco in 1975 under Madrid accords.
 
The youths described their journey out of Lahmada camps in Tindouf (south-western Algeria) onboard a merchandise van till the safety belt of El Mahbas region, where they presented themselves to the Moroccan armed forces. 
 
Mehdi Ould Ali Salem Ould N'faae (34), Ali Ould Salem (27), Ahmed Ould Mhamed (19) and Othmane Ould Mrabih (14) gave overwhelming testimonies about the inhumane situation that sequestered families are enduring in Tindouf camps on the Algerian soil.
 
They said that the state of siege was reinforced in Tindouf camps following the demonstrations staged by members of Rguibate El-Ayaycha tribe, who support the autonomy proposal, adding that the armed militias of Polisario savagely repressed these demonstrations.  
 
The youths also called upon the international community to step in to lift the siege imposed on the sequestered families in Tindouf to allow them return to their homeland and to save children subjected to forced work and deportation to Cuba against their parents’ will.

 

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