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To verify the falsehood of the Front’s allegations and their injustice to me as expressed by “Muhammad Abdel Aziz” the former Secretary-General of the Polisario who ordered my arrest, may God forgive him, today I publish a letter he addressed to the Secretary-General of the United Nations “Ban Ki-moon”.

After you have read the letter below, please read the letter illustrated in the attached fotos and let me know if you notice any difference in content other than adding my name and changing the other names.


“To Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations,

regarding the kidnapping and arrest of Mustafa Salama Ould Sidi Mouloud.


Mr. Secretary General,


The Polisario Front kidnapped and arrested a Sahrawi activist from the Mehaires region. This time, it concerns Mustafa Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud.

Mustapha Salama Ould Sidi Mouloud made a normal trip to the Saharan regions in Morocco where the MINURSO mission is located and he visited his family and relatives.

Before his return ... The Polisario Front launched a ruthless media campaign led by all the leaders of the front against him, through inflammatory statements, expressions of intimidation and threat, a torrent of ready-made accusations in an attempt to transform a normal and regular travel into a criminal act.


As soon as he set foot on the land of Mehaires region on a normal trip on the evening of September 21, he was surprised by the Polisario soldiers' vehicles that abducted him immediately, leaving his fate unknown .. until the Polisario Front announced later that they had arrested him and that they would interrogate him before he is brought to trial.

Mr. Secretary General,

We turn to you for an urgent intervention to release this activist, immediately and without conditions, with the necessity to have adequate international guarantees to verify the circumstances of his abduction and arrest.


There is absolutely no justification for the abduction and arrest of this citizen ... it is a violation of the requirements of international humanitarian law, because it is a confiscation of the human right to freedom of movement and expression, and it is in complete contradiction with the efforts of the United Nations to strengthen confidence measures between the two parties to the conflict, which include expanding the program of visits exchange between families in the saharan lands and in the saharan refugee camps, which has been going on for several years, to include the land route.


Please accept, Mr. Secretary General, the assurances of my highest consideration and regards.


Mohamed Abdel Aziz, 

Secretary General of the Polisario Front.”