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Yennayer 2967, Ferhat Mehenni, called the Kabyle people to massively join the marches traditionally organized by the Movement for Self-Determination of Kabylia (MAK) in Vgayet and Tizi-Ouzou.

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The President of the Kabyle Provisional Government, Ferhat Mehenni, called the Kabyle people to massively join the marches traditionally organized by the Movement for Self-Determination of Kabylia (MAK) in Vgayet, Tivurin  and Tizi-Ouzou.
Tomorrow January 12, 2017, Amenzu n’Yennayer 2967, as every year, the Movement for Self-Determination of Kabylia (MAK) is calling for a march to mark Yennayer, a founder and highly symbolic date of our millennium identity that survived all colonialism.

How many peoples and civilizations have occupied our territories while trying to replace our languages, our cultures and identities by the conquerors.

Since the powerful and ancient Rome until the annexation of Kabylia in 1857 to French possessions in North Africa, Kabylia has like other Amazigh countries, survived all these settlers. It will survive again, and forever, all colonizers.

On the eve of the first Yennayer 2967, January 12, 2017, I called the Kabyle people to massively join the popular marches that will take place tomorrow at Tizi-Ouzou, Tvurin and Vgayet demanding the legitimate right of the Kabyle people to self-determination.

No force in the world can make a people abdicate and impose its own destruction. The Kabyle people who never accepted submission, will never accept it.

To exist, the Kabyle people must regain its freedom

Long live Kabylie
Glory to the Kabyle people,

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This entry was posted on 11/01/2017 by in Freedom of speech, Kolonialism, Kultur, Politikk and tagged , , .
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