SAUSA Report: Moroccan Oppression in Western Sahara: Violent crackdown and unjustified bloodshed while the world is silent | Al-Saharawi

SAUSA Report: Moroccan Oppression in Western Sahara: Violent crackdown and unjustified bloodshed while the world is silent | Al-Saharawi

Since the occupation of Western Sahara by Morocco in 1975, the indigenous Sahrawi population who remained in the territory have suffered from discrimination, arbitrary arrest, and torture. The failure of holding the referendum on self-determination in the region pushed the native Sahrawis from the occupied zone to demonstrate their defiance through a non-violent civil struggle and have suffered repression as a result.

Despite the repression perpetrated by the Moroccan government, many Sahrawi who lives in the occupied territories of Western Sahara continues to voice their concerns about human rights violations against the innocent Sahrawis.

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