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Published on Jul 22, 2012
A documentary banned by the Moroccan monarchy. Shows the spark that ignited the so-called Arab Spring. They have taken an extraordinary documentary and have been excellent witnesses, Mohamed Abdelaziz. President of the Saharawi Republic.
The documentary shows the daily life and the violent eviction that the sahrawi civilians lived in the Gdeim Izik camp, caused by the Moroccan occupation forces in the territory of Western Sahara.
Place: Gdeim Izik Camp and Aaiún City, Western Sahara Length: 27 min Country: RASD Spain,Mexico
Technical Data: Title: "Gdeim Izik - The Sahrawi Resistance Camp" Year of Production: 2011 Format: HD Duration: 27 min version Languages: Catalan, Arabic, Spanish, English, French Subtitles: Catalan - Arabic - Spanish - English -- French Productor: Fundación Quepo -- Resistencia Saharaui Director: Lluis Maria Güell Edition: Frank Gutiérrez Narrated by: Antonio Velazquez, Isabel Terraza and Saharawi personalities Genre: Social Documentary Music: Arnau Batallé / Mariem Hassan / Neila Benbey