On October 3rd, 2011 around 01 o’clock a.m, the Moroccan police raided the house of the Saharawi human rights activists and member of the Saharawi forum for the preservation of natural resources Kamal Trayah in the house of his family in Oum Tounsi neighbourhood in occupied city of Dakhla.
The same police group raided the house of the human right activist Barray Adbelaziz around 06 o’clock the same morning in the house of his family in the same neighbourhood. Barray is a member consultant in the Saharawi society for the fight against torture, and later, the Moroccan police group went straight to the house of the human rights activists Hassanna Lwali, in the close Alghoufran neighbourhood, but he wasn’t there.
At 10:45 am, the same day, a group of Moroccan special forces constructed of police and military force, raided the house of the human rights activists Atico Barray, in Almassira neighbourhood, but he, too, wasn’t ther at the time.
The total number of the human rights activists abducted up to now in occupied Dakhla is 04 but the police forces and the Moroccan secret services are still looking for the missing two.
The abduction according to eye witnesses were conducted in a humiliating way, spiting, cursing and beating not only the targets but also whoever was present in the houses. All their families, whether old or very young. The situation is still very tight and the secret police forces still break into houses without any prior notice at any time of the day. The Saharawi population in Dakhla are living in fear .