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وثائق كريس كولمان تعري مصطفى ولد سلمى و الاستخبارات المغربية



يتابع حساب كريس كولمان فضح اجهزة المخزن التي تحاول طمس الحقيقة حول قضية الصحراء الغربية، و ترويجها  للأطروحة  المغربية لقضية الصحراء الغربية

هذه المرة اتى الدور على الخائن مصطفى ولد سيدي مولود، الذي يتواجد على التراب الموريتاني منذ 2010. بعد ارتمائه بين احضان العدو، و منذ ذلك الحين و هو المنفذ لمخططات العدو المغربي. من محاولة لبلبلة الاوضاع بالمخيمات و تسهيل عملية خيانة "العائدين" إلى المناطق المحتلة ليرتموا هم ايضا بين احضان المحتل الغازي

و تفضح هذه الوثائق ولد  سلمى حيث تبين ان وراء كل تحركاته و تصرفاته يوجد جهاز الاستخبارات المغربي، الذي يتراسه ياسين المنصوري، صديق الدراسة المقرب للملك المغربي. توضح هذه الوثائق ان هذا الجهاز كان يرتب لـوالد ولد  سلمى عدت لقاءاة مع اهم الصحف الامريكية ، كونه مدافع عن حقوق الانسان و مطالب بالافراج عن ابنه

و كان الغرض من  وإحضار مولاى ولد سلمى، والد مصطفى سلمى إلى واشنطن هو عقد اجتماعات مع مسؤولين أمريكيين في الكونغرس ووزارة الخارجية وكذلك مع الجهات الفاعلة في المجتمع المدني الاميريكي والمنظمات الغير حكومية لحقوق الإنسان ووسائل الإعلام
و إليكم الوثائق: 









Program for Salma Ismaili Sidi Mouloud

Monday, October 11, 2010
10:00 Jason Isaacson
AJC
11:30 Richard Miniter
Freelance Journalist
12 :30 Gregory Houël
          Program Officer, Middle East and North Africa
           National Endowment for Democracy
13:00 Alison Lake
Washington Post
18 :00 Samantha Ravith
Ex-Deputy Adviser for NSC de Chenney
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
9:00 am Haim Malka
Deputy Director and Senior Fellow, Middle East Program
Center for Security and International Studies
1800 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006
202-775-3133
11:30 am Office of Representative Howard Berman
2:30 pm TV interview
2020 M Street
4:00 pm Moises Naim 
Senior Associate, International Economics Program
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1779 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC
202-483-7600
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
11:30 am Elizabeth Hoffman
Republican Staff Director
Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission
340 Ford House Office Building
202-225-3599
1:30 pm Allyson Bird
Advisor, Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Security Affairs
Office of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell
361A Russell Senate Office Building
202-224-2541

3:00 pm Mary Lange
Office Director for North Africa
Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration
2025 E. Street, NW
202-453-9369

4:30 pm Samantha Power
Senior Director for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights
National Security Council
Thursday, October 14, 2010
10:00 am PRESS CONFERENCE
Methodist Building
110 Maryland Avenue, NE
Couverture médiatique
(sans la MAP)
Senator Urges U.S. Inquiry Into 'Very Troubling Incident' of Sahrawi Leader Jailed by Polisario for Speaking Out to End Sahara Conflict


Outspoken police chief reportedly to be freed, but may not be free to return to Tindouf refugee camps in Algeria to see his family or speak for peace with other Sahrawis
WASHINGTON, Oct. 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- U.S. Senator Jim Bunning (R-KY) wrote to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, joining other Congress members and international human rights advocates expressing concern for the safety of Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud, the outspoken Sahrawi leader whose whereabouts are still unknown. The Polisario Front said Wednesday it would release him following his Sept. 21 arrest and imprisonment in Algeria. Senator Bunning asked Sec. Clinton to inquire into this "very troubling incident" of the Polisario's jailing of its own Chief Police Inspector.  Mustapha Salma was charged with "treason" and "espionage" as he was on his way to rejoin his family in the Tindouf refugee camps in Algeria and speak out in favor of Morocco's compromise autonomy plan to end the decades-long Western Sahara conflict.
"I am writing to express my concern for the safety and well-being of Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud," Sen. Bunning wrote Clinton. He said while the Polisario statement on "the release of Mr. Sidi Mouloud is good news, it is a very troubling incident. Your assistance in obtaining information on his continued safety, and that of his family, would be greatly appreciated."  He also asked Sec.Clinton for "any other information on how and why this detention occurred."
Bunning noted Mustapha Salma was on a trip in southern Morocco sponsored by the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR). After seeing the progress in Morocco's Sahara provinces, which he was visiting for the first time in 31 years, Mustapha Salma vowed to return to the refugee camps and voice his support for Morocco's autonomy plan to end the 35-year Western Sahara dispute. Bunning pointed out that prominent international human rights groups—including Amnesty InternationalHuman Rights WatchLeadership Council for Human Rights, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) were critical of the arrest. Other U.S. Senate and House of Representativesmembers have also spoken out.
Earlier this week, Mustapha Salma's father and brother made personal appeals in New York City to the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and international human rights groups to ensure the Mustapha Salma was freed from prison to be with his family and free to speak his mind to refugees still in the camps in Algeria. The father and brother live in Smara, southern Morocco, where Mustapha Salma was kidnapped as a young boy by Polisario raiders who killed four family members.







Scranton Time Tribune :
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Editor: Thank you for your incredibly important editorial on the unjust and inhumane case of Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud (U.S. must press free speech, Oct.9).
Sidi Mouloud was illegally and unjustly detained by Algerian authorities on Sept. 21 for exercising his right of free speech, calling for the freedom of his people from the hands of the Algerians.
The former head of the Polisario Front's police forces, Sidi Mouloud spoke out in favor of the Moroccan Autonomy Plan as a final resolution of the 35-year Western Sahara conflict and was thrown into an Algerian prison for doing so.
The Leadership Council on Human Rights has brought Salma Ismaili Ould Sidi Mouloud, the father of Mustpaha Salma Oulda Sidi Mouloud, to Washington this week to tell the story of their family tragedy.
Sidi Mouloud's father had not seen him in 35 years - since the Polisario abducted him and his mother and brothers and forcibly moved them to the camps in Algeria. His father finally saw his son several weeks ago, only to have him stolen away again by the Algerians and Polisario for speaking out against the inhumane treatment and imprisonment of the people in the camps in Algeria.
During the visit to Washington, Salma Ismaili Ould Sidi Mouloud will share his family's tragic story with State Department officials, congressional staff, human rights leaders, religious leaders and the media.
The Leadership Council for Human Rights is grateful for your call on the State Department to speak for free speech. Thousands are held captive in camps in Algeria and cannot speak for themselves.
The Algerian government must permit the people to leave the camps, and the U.S. government must speak out for their rights.
KATHRYN CAMERON PORTER, FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT,
LEADERSHIP COUNCIL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, ALEXANDRIA, VA.
2.US. must press free speech
Published: October 9, 2010
This raucous election season illustrates just how much Americans value rights to dissent and free speech, yet they are values that we do not always press vigorously abroad.
A case in point is unfolding in Northwest Africa, against the backdrop of one of the world's longest-running but least known territorial disputes.
For about 35 years Algeria and Morocco have been locked in a stalemate over disposition of Western Sahara, a vast tract occupied mostly, as its name implies, by the western reaches of the Sahara Desert.
A separatist organization backed by Algeria, the Polisario Front, is based at Tindouf, a desert refugee camp in Algeria.
On Sept. 21, Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud, a security officer for the Polisario Front, publicly declared his support for an autonomy plan favored by Morocco to resolve the dispute, after visiting several sites in the Western Sahara under the auspices of the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
He subsequently was detained in Algeria while en route back to Tindouf. Although his release was announced last week, he has not been heard from since.
There are differences of opinion within the U.S. government and among individual members of Congress about the long-term resolution of the Western Sahara issue, but there is no disagreement that people there should have freedom of movement and freedom of speech.
Several U.S. senators and congressmen have asked Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to protest Mr. Sidi Mouloud's detention and to press Algerian authorities to disclose his location and return him to his family.
Mrs. Clinton should do so in this case, and whenever fundamental American values - which also are specific to a number of international human rights declarations endorsed by the United States - so blithely are violated.
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 Leadership Council to Host Family of Freedom Advocate Detained by Algeria
 Alexandria, VA – The Leadership Council on Human Rights this week hostsSalma Ismaili Ould Sidi Mouloud , the father of Mustpaha Salma Oulda Sidi Mouloud
Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud was illegally and unjustly detained by Algerian authorities on September 21 for exercising his right of free speech. 
The former head of the Polisario Front’s police forces, Sidi Mouloud spoke out in favor of the Moroccan Autonomy Plan as a final resolution of the 35-year Western Sahara conflict and was thrown into an Algerian prison for doing so.
Prior to his detention, Sidi Mouloud was barred access to his family, including his newborn daughter, whom he still hasn’t seen.
It is fundamentally important that American policymakers, media, and the general public hear the tragic story of Sidi Mouloud and his family,” commented Kathryn Cameron Porter, Founder and President of the Leadership Council. “Sidi Mouloud’s father had not seen him in 35 years – since the Polisario abducted him and forcibly moved him to the camps in Algeria.  His father finally saw his son during a UNHCR-sponsored family visit several weeks ago, only to have him stolen away again by the Algerians and Polisario for speaking out against the inhumane treatment and imprisonment of the people in the camps in Algeria.”
 During the visit to Washington, Salma Ismaili Ould Sidi Mouloud will share his family’s tragic story with State Department officials, congressional staff, human rights leaders, religious leaders, and members of the media.
 “The Polisario told the State Department and the world that they released my son to his mother, and that was not true.  I only want to know where my son is and that he is safe,” stated Salma Ismaili.  “My son is a good and brave man who cares for his people and wants to see them free.  But I want to see him free as well.  My time in Washington will be spent trying to find out where my boy is.”
 For more information about Salma Ismaili Ould Sidi Mouloud’s visit to Washington, or to schedule a meeting or interview, please call Leigh Anne Arnold at 703-499-2060 or email her atleadershipcouncil4humanrights@gmail.com.
ELMUHAJERTV (02 articles)
1/Evangelicals Raise Their Voices to Heaven for the Freedom of Sidi Mouloud
Washington, DC – Over 10,000 voices rose in prayer Sunday for Mustafa Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud and his family, and for an end to the brutality, corruption and injustice in Algeria.
Sidi Mouloud was illegally and unjustly detained by Algerian authorities on September 21 for exercising his right of free speech, calling for the freedom of his people form the camps in Algeria.  
Christians are called in Scripture to pray for those who suffer and to advance justice and mercy, so we could not stand idly by as an innocent man is punished for exercising his God-given rights,” stated Reverend Rob Schenck, President of the National Clergy Council and Chairman of the Committee on Church and Society for the Evangelical Church Alliance International and the organizer of the national prayer alert for Sidi Mouloud.  
The former head of the Polisario Front’s police forces, Sidi Mouloud spoke out in favor of the Moroccan Autonomy Plan as a final resolution of the 35-year Western Sahara conflict and was thrown into an Algerian prison for doing so.
 Prior to his detention, Sidi Mouloud was barred access to his family, including his newborn daughter, whom he still hasn’t seen.
 The Algerians and Polisario announced on October 6 that they intended to release Sidi Mouloud, but no one had seen or heard from him.  Then on October 7 they stated that they had released him, but again no one had seen or heard from him. On October 8, the Polisario representative in Washington told the US State Department that Sidi Mouloud was in Mheriz with his mother, but when she was contacted, she said that he was not with her and she had not heard from him. On October 10, Sidi Moulud’s mother stated that she still has not seen or heard from her son, despite the Poilsario’s claims.
 “As one voice, thousands of Christians cried out to Heaven for Sidi Mouloud and his family. We prayed and continue to pray that God will grant Algerian leaders humble hearts so that they will see the error of their ways, free Sidi Mouloud, and allow him to return safely to his wife and children,” continued Reverend Schenck. “I pray there is some humanity left in anyone in Algeria to make the right decision here."
  
2/Vigil at Algerian Embassy for Safety of Sidi Mouloud
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