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Yearly Archives: 2015

A Pebble in the River Novel by Noufel Bouzeboudja

Akli is an old man now. He is in prison. It is from there that he begins telling his story, the story of his village, of his people. He speaks of his struggle against colonial France and against terrorism. This is a tale of revolution, war, torture, dispossession, corruption, intolerance, betrayal, religious extremism but, above all, a tale of resistance.

Silent killing of the amazigh people in Algeria

Dear Sir or Madam, Surprisingly the german public was not informed about the actual events in the prisons of Algeria. Serious on-line newspapers, like Tamurt or...

Flag day in Kabylie (the Weekly Standard)

WASHINGTON, DC (THE WEEKLY STANDARDS) — It is a happy day in Kabylie as its national movement unveils a new flag this weekend. But it is a bitter day, too, as the unveiling is taking place on the Place du Trocadéro in Paris, preferred site of exiled campaigns for human rights. In their way, so do the Kabyles, an admirable people who, though few, never give up on the dream. Today, we salute them. (Tamurt.Info reproduit dans son intégralité l'éditorial du dernier numéro du Weekly Standard)

No community should be invisible

TIWIZI considers that the Amazigh people, although geographically included in the so-called MENA region, such geographical designation lumping the Middle East and North Africa...

Tiwizi’s letter to the manager at the Department of Commerce: No community should be invisible

TIWIZI considers that the Amazigh people, although geographically included in the so-called MENA region, such geographical designation lumping the Middle East and North Africa does not serve the interests of the Kabyle and Amazigh people.
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