· November, 2005

Stories about Algeria from November, 2005

Algeria: Arabism or Africanism

15 November 2005

Nouri bin Ziri writes about Algeria's relationship with pan-Africanism and pan-Arabism and Third Worldism and how it's been snubbing pan-Africanism and playing up Arabism lately.

Algeria: Violence in France

5 November 2005

The Algerian blogger, Nouri bin Khalid, writes about the riots in Clichy-Sous-Bois, a suburb of France, which have been going on for almost nine nights now, having been sparked by the death of two teenagers who were electrocuted as they fled from police. Nouri says that no wonder that these...

Algeria: Breaking the Fast During Ramadan is a Crime

3 November 2005

The Algerian blogger Nouri bin Khalid wonders, “I thought Algeria was supposed to be “secular”? Four men were sent to prison for breaking the fast during Ramadan in a resturaunt! “Public contempt of religion” is the crime. Had these people been eating outdoors, then there would have been public contempt,...

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