Mohamed El Ayoubi , a Sahrawi political prisoner, was born on 18 November 1955 in El Aaiún, the capital of Western Sahara. In 2013, he was sentenced to 20 years in prison by the Moroccan military tribunal, despite his poor health. He died on 21 February 2018, believed to be a result of the torture he endured during his imprisonment.
Mohamed’s case, which was separated from the group case, shed light on the injustices faced by Sahrawi political prisoners. His story reflects the urgent need to seek justice and end the impunity for those responsible for the suffering of these prisoners.
We urge you to share the story of Mohamed Al Ayoubi and actively engage with it to raise awareness among the international public opinion. Mohamed’s tragic journey represents the plight of many Sahrawi political prisoners who have faced unimaginable injustices under the Moroccan occupation. By sharing his story, we can shed light on their struggle for justice and self-determination. Let’s stand together, use the power of social media, and amplify the call for their release and an end to impunity.
Together, we can make a difference and bring attention to this crucial human rights issue. #JusticeForMohamedAlAyoubi #FreeSahrawiPoliticalPrisoners #SupportWesternSahara #Equipe_Media