The activists are still being held in prison without trial.
The separatist group arrested Moulay Aba Bouzid, Fadel Braka, and Mahmoud Zidane in June.
Mustafa Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud, a former leading member of the Polisario Front posted on Facebook on September 21 that “more than 100 days have passed since our brothers were kidnapped in the camps.”
Although Polisario acknowledged it is holding the activists in prison, their fate is still “unknown,” according to Mustafa Salma.
The ex-Polisario member has also experienced detention by Polisario. “Today, nine years have passed since the Polisario Front kidnapped me on September 21, 2010,” Mustafa Salma recalled.
Since then, he said, he has been living in exile.
The activist also mourned the disappearance of Ahmed El Khalil, a Polisario member who has been missing for almost a decade.
Algerian intelligence services along with Polisario members kidnapped El Khalil in 2009, two months after the Polisario had appointed him to monitor human rights in the Tindouf camps.
The front claimed that El Khalil is alive after his family and activists put pressure on Polisario to explain where he is.
Sahrawis and the family of El Khalil still condemn the disappearance of their relatives.
They went to Rabouni, the desert landscape where the secretariat of the Polisario Front is located, to condemn the disappearance. In July, the family of El Khalil decided to stage a sit-in by the high commission of refugees in Rabouni near the Tindouf camps in Algeria.