The Ignored Cries of Pain and Injustice from Mauritania

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Xlibris Corporation, 2011 - Fiction - 170 pages
This book, a historic and political account, depicts the daily horror endured by hundreds of thousands of blacks in the south of Mauritania and purposefully ignored by the international community. It also pictures the Senegal river valley or at least the north bank of it as an occupied territory highly militarized by the Mauritanian authorities to keep under terror the original inhabitants -blacks from the Fulani, the Wolof and the Soninke ethnic groups- and allow invaders from the north; Moors in general, Arabs in particular; from the Smassid, Moawiya's tribe in singular to illegally occupy and exploit their farm lands .It explains how the whole process has and is still being orchestrated by the central government in Nouakchott. This document gives the reader the smallest and most accurate details about real life and right from wrong about what is being said about Mauritanian's leaders and policies. It also explains how France, since colonization, has played and continues to play an imminent role in the exclusion, the humiliation and the extermination of blacks in the country.

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The writer was born and bread in Keur-Macene in the south west of Mauritania in 1963. He worked as an English language teacher until he fled in 1998 and was granted asylum in the United States of America. Mr. Sene was one of the founding members of the Union of the Democratic Forces, the most popular opposition party banned by Mouawiya 's regime in 2001. He jointly supported SOS-Esclaves, Action pour le Changement and the Movement for the emancipation of the Wolof language and culture. He also was very active within the Independent Union of the Secondary Education Teachers. He is married and father of one three.

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