In 1975 Morocco invaded Western Sahara using napalm and phosphorous bombs to force the Saharawi people out of their own country. The majority of the population fled deep into the Sahara desert. They have lived ever since in mud brick homes hidden away from the world and their fight to return to their country has so far been unsuccessful. Morocco built the second longest wall in the world after The Great Wall of China to keep the Saharawi people out. Those who didn’t manage to flee have lived under Moroccan rule and have been treated as second class citizens; if they dare to protest, they are summarily abused and tortured by the Moroccan authorities. The Moroccan government are illegal occupiers under international law. This is the last colony in Africa, yet the story remains hidden from the world.