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Abdallahi and Moussa are free!
Mauritanian activists Abdallahi Matalah Seck and Moussa Biram were sentenced to 15 years in prison – just for campaigning against slavery.
Both were subjected to torture and incommunicado detention in the days after their arrest. They were then convicted on charges of rebellion, use of violence, attacks against the police and agents of justice, and membership of an unrecognized organization.
Their trial was unfair. And they were sent to a prison over 800km from their families.
But Amnesty International took up their cause and thousands of supporters around the world demanded their release. In July 2018, Abdallahi and Moussa were freed. They had served just two years in prison.
“To members of Amnesty International all over the world, thank you… Your support made me feel that we are not alone in our fight for justice in Mauritania.’’ – Abdallahi
“Thanks for your amazing work to release anti-slavery activists in Mauritania. Thanks for standing against injustice. We are proud of your work.” – Moussa
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