I still remember those days, in the primary school of Isli n Umyis 1, not far than 1970’s, at the age of six, when I went to school for the first time. Before then, I never met any Arabic-speaking people. The rare ones, appearing in the village were the beggars, whom, as was the custom, were given dried figs, olive oil or any other kind of food.
Few weeks only after successfully stopping a Christmas celebration Service at a Protestant Church in one of Kabylia's main cities, a group of youngsters belonging to a local Mosque, acted on their earlier threats and set the church building on fire. The authors are the same group of young men who interrupted the Church's Christmas Celebration last December 27, with total impunity.