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TRAITOR & AMAZIGH

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Published on Dec 13, 2007

Denial of civil and political rights of Amazighs After a decisive contribution to liberate the country from colonial domination French and Spanish in the last century, the Berbers of Morocco, who thought they had gained their independence, realize they are still deprived of their freedom and their rights, even the most essential. They continue to be colonized, this time from within, by their own fellow citizens, those who do conceive Morocco exclusively Arab and Islamic. Taking advantage of the sense of the legendary hospitality of the Amazigh and manipulating the Muslim religion for purposes of political hegemony, the small minority arabonationaliste eventually build its domination over the country and has given the political, economic, legal, institutional ideological and guaranteeing the continuity of his absolute power. The Forum Equity and Reconciliation Commission (IER), set up in 2003, to repair the damage suffered by the victims of violations of human rights during the reign of the late Hassan-II, saw its role limited to a simple material damages , in the form of distribution of some subsidies for the victims. But forgiveness and reconciliation achieved through recognition by the government of acts of violations of human rights, the pursuit of the perpetrators, the public apologies to victims and the solemn commitment of the highest authorities to prevent such actions happen again. The credibility and effectiveness of this body would also require the state, at all levels, immediately and permanently cease its actions today violate human rights. Without respect for these considerations, nor fair, nor the sincerity of the state are established and therefore confidence can be achieved. This has already led to the movement Amazigh activists arbitrarily detained in 1994 for publicly claimed the right to teach their language, to refuse financial compensation offered to them by the IER. The justice and dignity are not always cash. On the other hand, if there really desire for national reconciliation, it must involve the search for the truth about all the events as they occurred, but without any cases of abuse, including the less worthy. However, to date and to our knowledge, the bloody events suffered by the people of the Rif region (northern Morocco) in 1958/59 and 1984, events in the southeast in 1956 suffered by Addi - Ou-Bihi and his companions, the assassination of Abbas Msaadi, leader of the Liberation Army, as well as the arbitrary arrests of Amazighs the Middle Atlas in 1973, remain ostracized. The Makhzen, IER and the Advisory Council on Human Rights also remained silent on Enforced of Lakhssassi El-Madani in 1956 and Boujmaa Hebbaz in 1981. Today, more than ever, the Amazigh aspire to live in freedom and dignity. They want to enjoy their land and natural resources and their own identity attributes. Their right to self-determination, it is for them the right to existence, respect and empowerment in the framework of a democratic federal state of Morocco which would enable them to pursue their economic, social and cultural development . From these facts, it follows that the Moroccan State violates the provisions of international law requiring that: "All peoples have the right of self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development ".

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