Morocco: The "disappeared" in Morocco: case studies
This document contains nine case studies of people who have "disappeared" after detention by the security forces. They are: Mohamed Boulahia Tati, a political activist missing since 1963; Abdelhaq Rouissi, a trade unionist "disappeared" in October 1964; Houcine El-Manouzi, a trade unionist "disappeared" in 1972; Soukeina Jneibila, detained in December 1975; Mohamed Ababou, Harrouch Akka, Mohamed Chellat and Ahmed Mzirek arrested in 1971 in connection with a coup attempt; as was Mohamed Benamer Allouch; Belgacem Ouezzane, missing since 1973; Limam ould Brahim ould Tayeb, "disappeared" in 1976; Muelimnin ment Bouba ould Breika, arrested in 1976; Abdallah Cherrouk, arrested June 1981; El-Madani Ben Sahli, missing since 1985; Mohamed Ahmed El-Rabani, arrested September 1979.
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