Mass exodus of Saharawi citizens towards Independence Camp continues
The mass exodus of the Saharawi citizens from the occupied city of El Aaiun to the Independence camp of Saharawi exodus continues amid a tight security and military siege by the Moroccan army, according to sources of the Ministry of the Occupied Territories and Communities Abroad.
The same source added that a caravan of 260 cars arrived Friday to the Saharawi exodus camp of Independence to break the siege and provide water, food supplies and medicine to the Saharawis in the camp.
It also added that the convoy faced harassment and provocation by the Moroccan military forces and gendarmerie, before it entered after hard negotiations.
The Moroccan army tightened the blockade on the camp of the Sahrawi exodus, east of the occupied city of El Aaiun, since October 10, where it prevented the entry of water, food supplies and medicine.
The Moroccan forces attacked dozens of the Saharawis’ cars by using live bullets, stones, glass bottles and batons, causing injuries and damages.
On other hand, the Moroccan authorities attacked Friday members of the coordinating committee of the Saharawis exodus camp, east of occupied El Aaiun, leaving the injury of three Saharawi citizens, arrested two and abducted one of them, after they delivered food supplies and medicine to the immigrants.
The Moroccan army built a military wall of barbed wires and all formations of the Moroccan military forces on the camp of the Sahrawi exodus, east of the occupied city of El Aaiun, and encircled entrances to it.
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