The money the Moroccan government received by Spanish helpers is used by the military of the Alaouita Kingdom. Throughout the weekend there have been raids in the cities of Casablanca and Rabat. No "black" could escape, not even those with official papers beeing notifying that they are asylum seekers for political reasons and who are under protection of the United Nations. Yesterday, Sunday 2nd of October, police station number 15 of Rabat more than thirty people have been arrested the whole day. They came from sub-Sahara asking for asylum.
Notifying, that they did not receive food or water but racist insults, they have been lucky. Others could not return to their houses, e.g. one of the arrested groups that we talked to in the police station number 3 of Rabat, district of Aynnada 1. There we met more then 50 african citizens locked up in cells. Among them have been nine asylumn seekers, a Nigerian, four CostamarfileÃ±os and four Congoleses. They have been brought into prison at 8 o'clock in in the morning. Three CostamarfileÃ±os, a Nigerian and an CongolÃ©s together with many others were embarked in buses until Oujda (at the border to Algeria) approximately at 10 pm. One of them, Adama, coming from the Ivory Coast, has a serious stomach-infection and was arrested when he got to the hospital. The police didn't let him take his medicine until today at noon. Adama finished by saying desparately" they say are going to take to us to the Sahara, so we would not return. The police told us that and started laughing. One boy is half dead, he lays on the floor and shows no reaction. He breathes but his eyes are all white and they don't take him to the hospital. I have all my papers, my inscription beeing asylum seeker. The thruth is, that I am more in danger here then in my home country with war going on."