Tag: Berber

Morocco Denies Visa to Leader of Kabylie Autonomous Movement

July 18, 2016

Ferhat Mhenni, the leader and founder of the Movement for the Autonomy of Kabylie (MAK), was denied an entry visa on Friday by a Morocco’s ... Read More

Forgotten Aspects in the War Against AQIM

January 1, 2014

The killing of three French journalists in northern Malian region of Kidal in early November 2013 is indicative of the ability of Al-Qaeda in the ... Read More

“Slave-Like” Conditions of Black Mauritanians

December 9, 2013

According to a UN human rights expert, black Mauritanians are constantly subject to slavery-like practices including sexual harassment and violence. Mutuma Ruteere, the UN special ... Read More

Tamazight Windows: Good News for North Africa Berbers

October 12, 2012

The newest version of Microsoft Operating system Windows 8, which has generated a lot of buzz in the IT industry, offers to the Berber-speaking populations ... Read More