UNHCR highlights burning of two young Saharans alive in Tindouf:
Brought to news sites Senegalese, on Thursday, the light on the burning issue of young desert alive by soldiers of the Algerian in October 2020 Clean, condemnation of the United Nations High Commissioner for human rights ” violations systematic committed by Algerian security forces ” against Sahrawis in the Tindouf camps.
The news site (lorepublican. On) the two young Saharans in the Tindouf camps Moha Ould Hamdi soelim and Ali Idrisi were burned alive and in cold blood in a trench by members of an Algerian military patrol in Tindouf, southern Algeria .
He pointed out that the two Sahrawi youths, who were digging for gold in a mine, hid inside a trench to fortify them from a barrage of bullets pointed in their direction, and in the face of their refusal to obey for fear of being liquidated, Algerian army elements did not hesitate to set fire to the trench and burn the two Sahrawi youths alive.
In the face of the inaction of the Algerian authorities towards this incident on their soil, the website says, three special rapporteurs of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for human rights (OHCHR) have sent a letter to the Algerian government in order to reveal the circumstances of this lynching case.
In a joint letter, the three rapporteurs had urged Algeria to investigate human rights violations and violations in the Tindouf camps in general and in particular in connection with the said incident, recalling that all deaths involving migrants and refugees that entailed state responsibility should be subject to rigorous investigations.
The Senegalese news site highlighted that the letter of the special rapporteurs confirms the responsibility of the Algerian authorities, as stated by several human rights NGOs, for the atrocities committed against the Sahrawi refugees in Tindouf, southern Algeria .
For its part, reported news website (Singo ) to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights criticized the Algerian regime in the case of the murder of a desert two were carrying gold, and burning alive on October 20, 2020, explaining that the body of international human rights condemned ” violations of systematic committed by Algerian security forces ” against Sahrawis in the Tindouf camps.
On January 7, 2021, the Special Rapporteurs of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for human rights (OHCHR) sent a letter to the Algerian government containing the main accusations made by the families of the victims against the Algerian authorities and condemning these violations ” which are part of systematic violations committed by the Algerian security forces “.
Citing the letter, which followed a complaint by an NGO to the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial executions, the website stressed that ” Algeria should investigate violations and violations of human rights within the Tindouf camps, as these violations took place on Algerian soil and thus fall under its territorial jurisdiction “.