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From June 2012 to January 2013, the northern Malian city of Gao was ruled by the Mouvement pour l’unicité et le jihad en Afrique de l’Ouest (MUJAO). Aliou Mahamar Touré, the chief of the Islamic Police during this time, was convicted of attacks on the state, assault and criminal conspiracy, and sentenced to 10 years in prison. During the trial, several victims testified against him. The documentary interviews two amputation victims of Aliou Mahamar Touré.En savoir plus »

On the morning of 22 March 2016, three coordinated suicide bombings occurred in Belgium, two at the Brussels Airport in Zaventem, and one at the Maalbeek metro station in central Brussels. Philippe’s sister, Fabienne, died during the attack at the airport. Previously an employee at the airport, Philippe co-founded and is the Director of Victims-Europe, Belgium, an international non-profit organization that seeks to defend the rights of victims of terrorism in Belgium.En savoir plus »

Drissa Traoré is the National Coordinator of the Malian Association for Human Rights (AMDH). Based in Bamako, Mr. Traoré focuses on documenting and monitoring human rights abuses, including violations linked to terrorism, undertakes fact-finding missions and provides legal assistance to victims of terrorism. Watch Drissa’s interview here En savoir plus »

On 11 July 2010, Hassan Ndugwa was watching the FIFA World Cup final at the Kyadondo Rugby Club. Hassan survived the attack, which claimed 74 lives and injured 75 people. Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen, more commonly known as Al-Shabaab, claimed responsibility for the attacks, which also included an attack against a restaurant in Kampala. Hassan Ndugwa, together with his friend Ahmed Hadji, co-founded the Uganda Muslim Youth Development Forum (UMYDF) in 2011.En savoir plus »

On 28 December 2017, a suicide bomber attacked both a Shia Hazara cultural centre and a national media outlet, the Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) in Kabul, Afghanistan. During the attack, Mr. Sayed Mushtaq Hussaini, a journalist with the AVA, sustained severe injuries to his face and hands. Watch Sayed’s interview here En savoir plus »

Fadiel Alsagr Fadel is the Director of the National Cohesion Organisation (NCO) that focuses on reconciliation stemming from the 2011 Libyan crisis. Due to his human rights work, Fadiel was targeted by ISIL (Da’esh) in his hometown of Sirte. Watch Fadiel’s interview here En savoir plus »

On 19 September 1989, UTA flight 772 exploded over the Sahara Desert in southern Niger killing all 170 people on board. Guillaume’s father was on board this flight. In 2009, he founded and is currently the Executive Director of the Association Française des Victimes du Terrorisme (the French Association of Victims of Terrorism) that supports victims in healing, recognition and remembrance. Watch Guillaume’s interview here En savoir plus »

Soad Begdouri Elkhammal lost her husband and 17-year-old son during terrorist attacks of 16 May 2003. Soad is the President of the Moroccan Association of Victims of Terrorism, established in November 2011 to support Moroccan victims of terrorism since the 2003 Casablanca attacks. Watch Soad’s interview here En savoir plus »

Hasan Wahhab Hadi Al Araji works with vulnerable and marginalized groups for the Iraqi Al-Amal Association (IAA) and leads the biggest network of human rights defenders in Iraq. The IAA actively works to combat all forms of violence and discrimination, and to promote human rights, gender equality, tolerance and social peace in Iraq. Watch Hasan’s interview here En savoir plus »

Imrana Alhaji Buba, fondateur de la Coalition de la Jeunesse contre le terrorisme, une organisation composée de volontaires au Nigéria qui a pour but d'unir les jeunes contre l'extrémisme violent, évoque son expérience en tant que victime de Boko Haram au Nigéria.   Visionnez l'interview (en anglais) ici En savoir plus »

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