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Algerian colonialism in Kabylia

The arab occupation forces fired on young Kabylians

The arab occupation forces fired on young Kabylians

Algeria, officially an Arab and Islamic country, conducts a real colonization activity of Kabyle people, who have been imprisoned in their own country. People are asked to assimilate and subjecting themselves to a single political-religious system that is both Arab nationalist and sectarian Islamist. The state of Algeria has implemented a program of cultural genocide and apartheid language since independence in 1962. The kabylian, showing a modest resistance to their assimilation, are oppressed, tortured and often killed.

The Kabylian people are suffering an extreme suppression from a people that is totally foreign to them and are using all means to erase the kabylian language, make their culture poor, erase the collective memory, falsify history and force them to assimilate as soon as possible. Terrorism has been operated and locked into Kabylia, so they can ravage as pests. Investors are fleeing from Kabylia. A tacit curfew required starting at 21 pm in the summer and from17pm in the winter.The Kabylian elite is threatened, standardized, shorted or purchased by official institutions that use religion, economics, education and politics to surround and strangle the Kabyle society. This colonization, which takes place openly, are not condemned by any country in the West. All are hiding behind non-interference in Algeria’s internal affairs. If political assassinations, executions of peaceful protesters, detention of dissidents and journalists are the internal affairs of a country, then concepts such as human rights and peoples rights only nonsense and beautiful words.

Kabylia will win!

Long live the Kabylyan people!

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This entry was posted on 07/11/2015 by in Freedom of speech, Kolonialism and tagged , , , .
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