Saturday, February 2, 2013

Moroccan dictatorship begins political trial against Sahrawis

Pro-Sahrawi demo at Madrid in 2010.
Maybe you still remember the Moroccan massacres of Sahrawi protesters that preceded the "Arab Spring" of 2011 by just a few months. Maybe you recall that they set up a camp at the outskirts of El Aaiun, the capital of West Sahara, and that this peaceful camp was razed by Moroccan colonial troops, not before murdering some kids taking part in it. 

This first attack was followed by a media blackout and a huge anti-Native pogrom at El Aaiun with support of France and Spain.

Now the occupant power, Morocco, is staging a political trial under military jurisdiction, against 24 participants in the Justice and Dignity Camp accusing them of belonging to "armed gang", which is obviously a lie. 

Source: Gara[es].

France, Spain, Morocco: alliance of terrorist states against the peoples!

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