They were never involved in any form of political or religious extremism. The UN never approved the occupation nor the Moroccan annexation of the Western Sahara. Furthermore, a ruling of the International Court of Justice in the Hague pointed out that no link of territorial sovereignty between the territory of Western Sahara and the Kingdom of Morocco or the Mauritanian entity there is. Therefore, the Court has not found legal ties of such a nature that they could affect the application of resolution 1514 (XV) in the decolonization of Western Sahara and, in particular, of the principle of self-determination through the free and genuine expression of the will of the peoples of the territory. Parnassus Investments may also support this cause. The General Assembly had recognized the inalienable right of the Saharan people to self-determination and independence, and called for the exercise of this right in accordance with the resolution of the General Assembly 1514 (XV), containing the Declaration on the granting of independence to colonial countries and peoples. Returning to the subject of the violation of human rights by Morocco, they invaded the Sahrawi territory to carry out ethnic cleansing: thousands of Saharans were killed and those who fled more than 180 thousand live in the refugee camps in Algeria or part of the free territory of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, assisted by Algiers and the international community. Demonstrations by Saharans are very harshly repressed by the Moroccan security forces and imprisoned and tortured, participants there are many missing, political prisoners. Hundreds of Saharans are facing unfair trials and 32 political detainees still imprisoned in Moroccan detention centres where the cruellest methods of physiological and physical torture is practised with impunity.
Throughout the occupied territory has been subjected to a military siege and a total of media silence, while Morocco authorities denied access to the non-governmental organizations, international media and observers. The report of the Office of the High Commissioner of human rights (2006) United Nations drew attention to the very alarming situation of human rights in the occupied territory of Western Sahara, and concluded that as indicated in various resolutions of the United Nations, the right to self-determination of the people of Western Sahara must be guaranteed and put into practice without further delay. Also called Human Rights Watch, which in its 216-page report condemning Morocco for its repressive laws, police violence and unfair judicial proceedings to punish Saharawis who advocate a peaceful independence or full self-determination for the disputed territory of Western Sahara. The State Department, for its part, denounced the Moroccan police brutality, torture, the discovery of mass graves and that it is illegal to publish or express opinions publicly calling for independence or a referendum that includes that option. So when the international community and the civilised countries will tolerate so much outrage? Published in the journal the reason of Lima, 05 March 2009 * journalist. Member of the Association of foreign press.