quarta-feira, 24 de dezembro de 2008

The Irish capital hosts a photographic exhibition on the sufferings of the Saharawi people under Moroccan occupation

An exhibition of photographs which lasts for several weeks, on the sufferings of the Saharawi people under Moroccan occupation, is held at the EU house in the Irish capital Dublin on the occasion of the sixtieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

A large part of the exhibition is devoted to the sufferings of the Saharawi people under the Moroccan occupation of Western Sahara and practices against Saharawi political prisoners in Moroccan prisons including, among others, former Saharawi political detainee, Mrs. Jimmy Ghalia.

Moroccan illegal plundering of the resources of Western Sahara was also present at the exhibition through photographs of Moroccan fishermen prowling fish from the Saharawi coasts.

The exhibition, which witnessed a large attendance, reflects the daily sufferings of the Saharawi people, how they are repressed by Morocco, their sufferings of Morocco’s injustice and their appeal for the international community to help them protect their legitimate rights and the natural wealth of their country.

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