Friday, 03 December 2021 01:50 GMT

A long road is embedding the families of jailed Morocco protesters

(MENAFN)Families of activists arrested over a protest movement in northern Morocco spend 22 hours weekly to see their loved ones jailed in Casablanca.

"The families of those detained are exhausted, every week it"s the same ordeal," pointed out Rachid Ahbbad, as he visited his 19-year-old son Bilal who was prisoned in June.
"Why do they make us go through this suffering?"

People in the Rif region of northern Morocco, a predominantly Berber area, have been protesting earlier this year calling for jobs, development and an end to corruption in the North African kingdom.


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