Human Rights violations and slavery in the camps of Tindouf and Algeria

Military Recruitment of Children in Tindouf Camps: Algeria 'Must Be Accountable' (Ambassador Hilale)

Algeria "must be held accountable for the military recruitment" of children at the hands of the "polisario" in the camps of Tindouf, southwestern Algeria, said Friday in New York, Ambassador Omar Hilale, Permanent Representative of Morocco to the UN.

UN Chief Report Slams Algerian Army for Killing of 2 Sahrawis in Tindouf Camps

The UN Secretary-General António Guterres underlined the responsibility of the Algerian army in the killing of two Sahrawis in the Tindouf camps, in his report to the Security Council on the Moroccan Sahara issue.

UNHCR Questioned Once Again on Algeria's Full Responsibility for Continued Suffering of Tindouf Population

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) was questioned once again, Wednesday, on the full responsibility of Algeria in the persistence of the ordeal of the population of Tindouf and "their detention for nearly half a century, for political and unavowed motives".

Moving testimonies rise high in Geneva at a conference on human rights violations in the Tindouf camps

The “Independent Commission for Human Rights” and “Africa Culture International” organized in Geneva on Wednesday September 22, a conference on “Violations of human rights in Tindouf Camps” on the

UNHRC: Polisario’s victim calls for ending repression, lawlessness in Tindouf camps

The Sahrawi human rights defender and former prisoner in the jails of the polisario, Fadel Breika, denounced Monday in Geneva the climate of terror, intimidation and repression prevailing in the po

The Polisario Bids for Western Sahara Despite Human Rights Abuses
The Polisario Bids for Western Sahara Despite Human Rights Abuses

Recent events in Western Sahara have reignited hostilities in the region, and it is necessary to adequately understand and address the matter of the Polisario Front. The Polisario Front claims to represent the national liberation interests of the Sahrawi people.

Please do not ask me to be silent. Allow me to breathe (30)

After I learned of the tragedy and I knew that I had nothing left but my mother, two brothers and a sister, I could not have a reaction other than silence. The silence of a traumatized child, who does not know the meaning of life and death, but knows the meaning of loss..

Please do not ask me to be silent. Allow me to breathe (29)

Caution: I do not advise the merciful-hearted to read this episode.


Please do not ask me to be silent. Allow me to breathe (28)

We used to live in “Medshar Arbib”, which is a neighborhood that was established in the western side of Smara by the families that had fled to the city from the valleys at the outbreak of the conflict towards the end of 1975.


Please do not ask me to be silent. (27)

In his youth, my father lived the experience of the Liberation Army, in the 50s of last century. He participated in most of its military battles from the north of the Sahara to northern Mauritania, in which his feet were seriously wounded.

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