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Algerian islamists protest
Posted on in Human Rights

Attacked for not observing Ramadan (VIDEO)

Students caught eating at the Bouzareah university campus, in Algiers on Saturday, were attacked by furious islamists. According to the testimony of several students, the attackers violently assaulted the students they had surprised eating secretly in a corner of the… Keep Reading

Bedoui inaugurates Faderco
Posted on in North Africa/Society

Inaugurations without inaugurators

In Algeria, as in many non-democratic countries – the bulk of the news of the official mass media is made up of the faits et gestes of the officials, president, ministers and walis, whose visits, meetings and inaugurations are heavily covered by… Keep Reading

US-POLITICS-UNIVERSITY-BERKELEY
Posted on in World

Nothing ‘Free’ About Intersectionality

We have gone from viewing censorship as a tool of repression to facing an outright free speech crisis in the world, and it is extremely concerning. Gone are the days when Socrates gave his life for the good fight against… Keep Reading

Setif massacre
Posted on in Culture/North Africa

History of a perjury

The book, a unique historical source, a document revealing the real motivations that presided over the French colonial enterprise in Algeria. A work that challenges French consciences on the duty of memory, the imperative of intellectual safety that should act… Keep Reading

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