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UN should send Mission to Kabylia

Statelessness: Kabyle Prime Minister Zidane Lafdal Proposes UN to Send Mission to Kabylia.

Madam President, Honorable Members of the Bureau, Honorable Representatives of Minority Peoples and NGOs, After Mr Mehenni’s presentation on the statelessness of the Kabyles targeted by the Algerian repression, I would like to reflect on those of the peoples. 247 ord igjen


Kabylia on the agenda of the 11th session of the United Nations Forum on Minorities

The Kabylia issue will be on the agenda of the eleventh session of the Minorities Forum, which will take place from 28 to 30 November 2018 at UN headquarters in Geneva. 464 ord igjen


Kabylia vs Algeria: clash of civilizations

The language war triggered by the refusal of Algerians to study Tamazight and which in turn pushed the Kabyles to apply the principle of reciprocity, further reveals the depth of political and civilizational clashes between Algeria and Kabylia and the immense fracture between these two countries. 1 129 ord igjen


Mohand Abttoy: painting as a work of testimony.

«Daar komen de helmen» (the helmets arrive) is the title of Mohand Abttoy’s new book dedicated to the Moroccan monarchy’s police and judicial repression of the protest movement in the Rif. 352 ord igjen


Remembering Kamal Amzal

Every November, we have a thought for Kamal Amzal murdered by Islamists at the University of Ben Aknoun in Algiers on November 2, 1982.

Kamal was going to post a call to a general assembly in the university campus when students, activists of the Muslim Brotherhood movement, hostile to any expression that is not favorable to them, came with knives to stop him. 219 ord igjen

Freedom Of Speech

Rif: The repression changes face.

Two years after the outbreak of the protest movement in the Rif, the situation in this region is deteriorating. The monarchy does everything to further subjugate the inhabitants and push the most recalcitrant to exile. 854 ord igjen

Freedom Of Speech

Boycott of the Arabic language in Kabylia schools.

The boycott campaign in Kabylia is gaining momentum against the arabization and denial manifested by the Algerian colonialist state which in its constitution deceptively recognizes Tamazight as a national and official language. 786 ord igjen