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Death is a natural law, but humiliation is not

Date: September 15, 2018, 2: 30 a.m.

The Aaiun, Western Sahara.



I went out at night to buy tobacco, water and things I needed in a store on Smara Avenue, I was suddenly cornered by a band of Moroccan settlers with motorcycles and machetes, I could not believe what was happening, I thought not I went with the thing, try to avoid them and change direction, that was when I realized they were going for me ... They started attacking me with their machetes and I had no choice but to try to defend myself, it was horrible, I did not assimilate what was happening, and the attacks did not stop ... I was getting machetes everywhere, they were more than me, they exceeded seven (the ones I could count at least) and when they saw that I was hurt everywhere, they left a me there bleeding,I did not give up, I got up, I went there looking for help and I had to go several blocks from where I was atttacked,also they could come back from me again  I asked a taxi driver and he refused to take me because I was bleeding and he told me he could not take me in that state, but he would call an ambulance, They took me in the ambulance to the hospital "Ben el Mehdi".

Since entering there for emergencies, I was left unattended for hours waiting until a Saharawi nurse arrived and asked me what had happened to me, I told him what happened and then he took me to a room. Seeing my cuts and wounds was outraged, I calmed down and began to sew my hands, my head and all the stabs I had, which were many and hurt me too much. He got so he got angry and asked me if I had reported the case , I told him not yet, and immediately he went to the police station in the hospital. One of the policemen  came, he asked me a couple of questions and he said they could not do anything if idon,t know who they were. Immediately i understood the situation, I knew that they did not care at all what had happened to me for many reasons, because my uncle Hmad Hammad is an activist and a faithful defender of the Saharawi cause and of human rights and for  my brother who had suffered and was beaten by the gendarmerie twice before also my cousin Saadboh was imprisoned for theprotest of Gdeim Izig and my cousin Fadili was murdered in Dakhla, burning all his family's house and destroyed them whole several times

These people will  not stop with their daily attacks,not only my family or myself, but all the Sahrawis in general, who are exposed to this type of savagery. Many of them have lost their lives in attacks of this kind, and no one is safe  in our own land. The settlers are increasing in number,they  more than us and use these methods to shut us up, to press us and put  fear in our hearts. Hundreds of Saharawi people are abused every day, violated, vexed, tortured in the territories occupied by Morocco, regardless of age, children, adults, women or men, any iinhuman and heartless method is used to take out from us our dignity as a human being while the world looks the other side ...

In spite of everything we will continue struggling , believing in our just cause and in the day of our freedom.





"Death is a natural law, but humiliation is not."
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