Immigrant Turmoil: Unrest and Violence Grip Casablanca’s Streets

Mouad Boudina
Mouad Boudina
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Unlawful acts of violence by undocumented immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa wreaked havoc in the “Awlad Zayan” area near the road station of Casablanca. The “Al-Fidaa” prefecture witnessed riots and violence that resulted in the destruction of vehicles and the ensuing chaos.

Eyewitness testimonies have shed light on the nature of these confrontations, primarily involving immigrants from Sudan and Guinea. Reports indicate that swords and stones were employed during the clashes, causing a considerable amount of panic and fear among travelers frequenting the renowned “Awlad Zayan” road station.

Despite the presence of police personnel equipped with various resources, the unauthorized immigrants persisted in brandishing sticks and stones, engaging in verbal altercations, and issuing threats to one another. They exhibited a complete disregard for the authorities and their concerns.

The clashes between the two groups destroyed more than ten privately owned vehicles parked in the area, as projectiles were hurled back and forth. Additionally, individuals from both sides sustained injuries and were subsequently taken to hospitals for necessary medical attention.

Mouad Boudina

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