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A Gandhi-King prize for Mr. Ferhat Mehenni

With the development of computing and the entry of the Net into many homes of the world, now the globe has become a giant screen where the noble actions of … Continue reading

07/05/2017 · Leave a comment

Tunisia got the Nobel Salafism Price

The Tunisian choreographer and theater director Néjib Khalfallah assaulted by salafists because of his play entitled “Alhakom Attakathour”, an expression taken from a verse of the Koran. The imam of … Continue reading

04/04/2017 · Leave a comment

Young Kabyles: “We want to start pig farming”

Three young Kabyles from Ath Waguenoun, north of Tizi Wezzu, hope to realize their dream project. It’s about getting into pig farming. Academics, two of whom come from a family … Continue reading

30/03/2017 · Leave a comment

Juba II – Rex Literatissimus

Despite the arrogance of modern historians towards the Amazigh (Berbers), the Romans and Greeks knew what they were talking about Within half century of Juba’s death his scholarly renown was … Continue reading

29/03/2017 · 3 Comments

Launch of an inter-mosque football cup in Algeria

ALGÉRIA (Tamurt)The Islamists also want to embark on football. The Algerian Arabic press reported this week that an inter-mosque soccer Algeria Cup will soon be launched. “3088 mosques have already announced … Continue reading

27/03/2017 · Leave a comment

April 20 is here and will be even more beautiful this year!

April 20 is here. The anniversary of that memorable day, by its magnitude to break the dictatorship but also its symbolic of never giving in to the charlatans, reasons in … Continue reading

12/03/2017 · Leave a comment

Berber raises from its ashes thanks to science

Decidedly the old Berber  raises from its ashes thanks to science. While jealous and malicious nations after crushing it by military savagery, buried it, given its civilizational epochs to imaginary … Continue reading

26/02/2017 · Leave a comment

Genetics saves abused history

History is a series of lies on which one agrees, said Napoleon Bonaparte. The science of genetics brings down the last worn-out myths, the falsification of history, denial of identity. … Continue reading

12/02/2017 · 2 Comments

I have a few hundred Muslims who follows the blog Kabylia, so I go to them and tell them that: The best ally of Islam is the USA,  Israel and … Continue reading

11/02/2017 · 21 Comments

Slippery Arabic: islam, peace or submission?

In the debates about Islam, in French or Norwegian we understand that the Islamists have succeeded in dethroning their opponent by claiming that Islam means peace. Even the most knowledgeable … Continue reading

05/02/2017 · 3 Comments

The Kabyle and their Pope Gelasius at the origin of the Valentine day

Amenzu tefsoutt, the first days of spring, is originally a pagan celebration of fertility. They say that in the past couple went to the fields to make love, while the … Continue reading

29/01/2017 · Leave a comment

The intervention of the Kabyle Foreign Minister Lyazid Abid in Berlin on the occasion of Yennayer

BERLIN – On the occasion of the celebration of Yennayer 2967, which DKF celebrates every year in Germany and which took place this time in Berlin in a very warm … Continue reading

15/01/2017 · Leave a comment

The irresistible march of the Kabyle people towards their independence

The irresistible march of the Kabyle people towards their independence – Unless a strong intervention of the NATO and its armed arm the international Islamism, we can already bury the … Continue reading

12/01/2017 · Leave a comment

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.

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, … Continue reading

11/01/2017 · Leave a comment

Kabyle Yasmine Amhis winner of the Grand Prize Jacques Herbrand (Physics)

PARIS (Siwel) – The French Academy of Sciences, which celebrates its 350 years in 2016 was awarded the Grand Prix Jacques Herbrand to the Kabyle researcher Yasmine Amhis, from the … Continue reading

08/12/2016 · Leave a comment

The African continent from post-colonialism to decolonization: An inevitable historical process? Part 1

By afalku igectulen  The colonialism of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century destroyed most of the ethnocultural entities of the African continent by making frontier trajectories without any foundation … Continue reading

27/11/2016 · 1 Comment

Homosexuality among Muslims

To those who claim that homosexuality is totally condemned in Islamic countries, I should point out a very Mohammedan shade in the matter: the “pointer” is seen as glorious male, … Continue reading

27/11/2016 · Leave a comment

Ex-muslim of Norway

En venn av meg, journalist av yrke, sendte meg en mail (Av høflighet til meg presiserte han at han vet at jeg ikke er muslim, men at jeg er interessert … Continue reading

20/11/2016 · 1 Comment

The Kabyle challenge (2/2)

Read The Kabyle challenge (1/2) Culture and “Kultural”  Before embarking on any huge task, such as to create a state or to found a republic or a constitutional monarchy, we must … Continue reading

12/11/2016 · 1 Comment

The Kabyle challenge (1/2)

Read The Kabyle challenge (2/2) Kabylia can still dream about building a politically secular state, that is to say to separate by law the politic and the religious and protect by … Continue reading

11/11/2016 · 1 Comment

The fate of the Gods among the kabyles.

Gurzil is a Berber God of war, represented by a head of A bull One of the gods of pagan Berbers was the bull. Each Kabyle village had its god. … Continue reading

28/09/2016 · Leave a comment

Couscous: about the etymology of the word

The Amazigh (Berber) origin of the word couscous does not make any doubt, even if its exact formation has some darknesses. Indeed, the term, in the base form seksu (and … Continue reading

25/09/2016 · Leave a comment

The Norwegian artist Moddi sings “Aɣuru” of the Kabylian singer Lounes Matoub

Moddi is a sensitive Norwegian artist with the just causes. An activist engaged in ecological and political front. He has participated in several demonstrations against the installation of the oil … Continue reading

21/09/2016 · Leave a comment

Great success for the Kabyle picnic in Paris

Following the invitation issued by a virtual group on Facebook “Kabyle Community of Paris”, a giant kabylian family picnic, the second of its kind, took place last Sunday, the 4th … Continue reading

07/09/2016 · Leave a comment

How can we say that the Kaaba is a totem?

The pilgrimage to Mecca and the rituals accompanying it are very strange This pillar is the only one anachronistic with the spirit of Islam. It completely contradicts universalism, the omnipresence … Continue reading

04/09/2016 · Leave a comment

Muslims hatred towards Kabyles

The hatred felt by every Muslim is in opposition to what the media and Koranic texts say, is not directed exclusively toward Jews. Even if they have a high place … Continue reading

09/08/2016 · 1 Comment

When a Kabyle made great music: Igor Buchen

For lovers of music, wonderful music, I invite you to listen to this artist named Muhand Ygerbuchen, better known under the pseudonym Igor Buchen

30/07/2016 · Leave a comment

Kabylia by Albert Camus

And if we think of what we know about the Kabyle people, its pride, the life of these fiercely independent villages, the constitution they gave themselves (one of the most … Continue reading

17/07/2016 · Leave a comment

Orlando massacre: Kabylia offer condolences

USA (SIWEL) — On behalf of Kabyles around the world, we are deeply shocked and saddened to learn that so many people were shot early Sunday morning in Orlando, Florida. … Continue reading

14/06/2016 · Leave a comment

June 14, The Kabyles celebrate their national day

On the occasion of the national holiday I address to the Kabyles, wherever they might be, all my felicitation. But I recall that you liberating a territory with its stones, … Continue reading

14/06/2016 · Leave a comment

Kabyle dress day vs international day of hijab

Two different worlds. The hijab day is arranged once a year, encouraged by different European universities in the name of openness for a multicultural world. Hijab is the symbol of … Continue reading

17/05/2016 · Leave a comment

We are the West and they are the East

The Western world would benefit from better knowledge about the Kabyle people. we share the same human values of freedom, democracy and human rights. Kabyles share the same vision and … Continue reading

17/04/2016 · Leave a comment

Origin of the name Kabyle

The legend reported by elderly people mentions a giant named “Faraun” who came from his country with his arms full of vegetation, he collapsed on the present site of Kabylia, … Continue reading

10/04/2016 · Leave a comment

The Berbers have the right to claim their share of the Greco-Latin heritage

La Tribune: You have just created an organization with Ameziane Kezzar, Mare Nostrum (marenostrumarcadia.org), who aims to highlight Mediterranean antiquity. What is the meaning of your initiative? MOHAND LOUNACI: Often … Continue reading

31/03/2016 · Leave a comment

The Kabyle mentality by Sail Mohamed ( text written in 1951)

Sail Mohamed Ameriane ben Amerzaine (1894-1953) was born in Kabylie, Algeria. He was active in both the Algerian struggle for liberation from French rule and the French anarchist movement. He … Continue reading

30/03/2016 · Leave a comment

Kabylia, a country of spring , festivals and fun

In March the villages of Kabylia are preparing a large march. The march of flowers to welcome the summer. Men and women, young and old, armed with drums, flutes, guitars … Continue reading

28/03/2016 · Leave a comment

The monster in the Kabyle imaginary

Awaγzen, ogre or Cyclops? In Kabyle imaginary, awaγzen or awaγzniw is a tale monster [1] that everyone imagines his way. Not yet present in the Kabyle artistic iconography, we can … Continue reading

28/03/2016 · Leave a comment

Norsk islam ?

Torkil Brekke er redd at fremmedfientlige strømninger skal hindre at hans prosjekt “norsk islam” blir en realitet. Her er det en fremmed som har levd inn og ut av islam … Continue reading

17/03/2016 · 2 Comments

The Numidians: Gaia, Masinissa, Jugurtha, Juba

During the last two centuries BC, the Numidians created in North Africa, a powerful state with an original civilization. This is an exceptional event in the history of ancient Africa. … Continue reading

05/03/2016 · Leave a comment

The stones of syrian artist Nizar Ali Badr

The syrian sculpteur Nizar Ali Badr is a discrete man. Words aren’t what make him tick. Stones make him tick. I know nothing about him, where exactly he comes from, … Continue reading

03/03/2016 · Leave a comment

Lupercalia, the origins of Valentine’s Day

Lupercalia feasts are celebrated every year from 13 to 15 February by the Luperci, priests of ancient Rome late in the year of the Roman calendar. The Luperci gathered in … Continue reading

01/03/2016 · Leave a comment
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