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Western Sahara report - Human Rights Watch

Western Sahara report - Human Rights Watch

Western Sahara report - Human Rights

Human Rights in Western Sahara and in the Tindouf Refugee Camps Morocco/Western Sahara/Algeria

  • Page 2 and 3: Copyright © 2008 Human Rights Watc
  • Page 4 and 5: 2007 Trial of Eight Sahrawi Student
  • Page 6 and 7: Map Of North Africa Morocco claims
  • Page 8 and 9: improved in the Tindouf camps as we
  • Page 10 and 11: Laws Penalizing Attacks on Morocco
  • Page 12 and 13: independence demonstrations and in
  • Page 14 and 15: ceded de facto administration of th
  • Page 16 and 17: Blacks, who constitute a minority w
  • Page 18 and 19: initiate disciplinary or judicial m
  • Page 20 and 21: • Reinforcing the right to freedo
  • Page 22 and 23: Human Rights Watch also urges the A
  • Page 24 and 25: A Human Rights Watch team of three
  • Page 26 and 27: liberation front to the Geneva Conv
  • Page 28 and 29: Background to the Western Sahara Co
  • Page 30 and 31: Beginning in January 1976, large nu
  • Page 32 and 33: has obstructed and compromised the
  • Page 34 and 35: of the organization and its Secreta
  • Page 36 and 37: Morocco opposes giving MINURSO a hu
  • Page 38 and 39: The State Department, when presenti
  • Page 40 and 41: Morocco proposed an autonomy plan,
  • Page 42 and 43: cooperation in various sectors, und
  • Page 44 and 45: demonstration by Sahrawis in El-Ayo
  • Page 46 and 47: Trials held in the court of El-Ayou
  • Page 48 and 49: In misdemeanor and infraction cases
  • Page 50 and 51: At trial, the defendants again proc
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    The judge sentenced as-Sah and al-B

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    ecause the police were torturing hi

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    appeared before his interrogators w

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    checkpost when, according to Asfari

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    cigarette burns. I told the doctor

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    Errachdi said later that, at the tr

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    activities in human rights groups t

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    Authorities released Haidar in Janu

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    The secretary general of the Justic

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    individual policemen are chronic ab

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    they closed ez-Zai’ar’s complai

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    The Moroccan government provided Hu

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    Ngilla el-Hawasi and Zahra Amidane

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    A woman came to the demonstration a

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    The police took me to an office whe

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    involvement in May Day activities a

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    evening, the officer returned, remo

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    Second, the response claims that po

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    Reached by telephone on July 15, 20

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    I fainted. They untied me and pulle

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    violence; however, on the basis of

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    The Sahrawi Association of Victims

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    Ech-Cherif el-Kouri, of El-Ayoun, b

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    Governor Drif made clear why author

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    Hafidha er-Raddad was in her hair s

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    Freedom of Association for Human Ri

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    and impede the work of the local br

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    Republic 191 and distributing them

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    In June 2005, the month after the A

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    deterioration in security and to pr

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    Moroccan Association for Human Righ

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    Morocco Expels French NGO Human Rig

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    Morocco Briefly Detains Delegation

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    Article 87 allows this punishment i

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    abuses committed by the Polisario a

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    lood without their consent, detaine

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    ecord and its close alliance with A

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    mistreat them. 235 Hathiya Salama M

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    families across the Moroccan separa

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    • one took an arduous desert deto

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    It is a pretty chaotic situation in

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    Human Rights Watch interviewed one

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    esidents to move, say, to Algiers m

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    accessible in the camps, criticize

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    Human Rights Watch did not encounte

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    Foreign journalists who visit the c

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    We received contradictory informati

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    even if the detention is in an esta

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    you find any evidence of slavery, b

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    was in the hands of the owner. She

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    One Sahrawi man showed Human Rights

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    Both the Polisario and Saltana’s

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    On April 30 2008, a civil court of

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    Moroccan authorities and the Morocc

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    Moroccan-controlled Western Sahara

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    police have been criminally prosecu

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    Appendix 2: Response from the Gover

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    2. Reconciling Moroccan laws with i

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    except to fulfill their duty to pro

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    suspension to permanent dismissal (

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    ights and freedoms of others.” Fr

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    Conclusion and Notes The Moroccan g

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    Hotel on Global Human Rights Day, o

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    With respect to his arrest, this co

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    document, dated June 13, 2007, whic

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    and if you could specify the name o

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    Appendix 4: SADR’s Response to Hu

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    The state has opened its doors to a

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    Case 2: Saltana Abdullah, known to

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    efforts … to help [Ms. Knana] win

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    helped form Khat ech-Chahid in Octo

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    We would appreciate learning: the l

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    uild Er-Rachid prison under harsh c

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    esidents who left the camps in rece

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    -Mr. Ahmed Badi Mohamed Salem was b

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    health of citizens. Its goal is abo

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    Therefore, the blame for this falls

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    The conference also took other impo

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    To remind you again, the conflict i

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    Appendix 7: Letter from Human Right

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    Nous serions heureux d’être info

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    Joe Stork Directeur exécutif par i

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    Translation Sahrawi Democratic Arab

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