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Maghreb Blog

A group of enthusiastic bloggers from the Maghreb world; that consists of Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya and Mauritania; have launched a new project under the name of Maghreb Blog.

This group blog mainly discusses news from across the region, common issues and more, in an attempt to promote the Maghreb blogosphere and bring its people closer to each other.

If you look a bit closer at the blogs from across the Maghreb countries (e.g. Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria), you’ll realize how much they have in common, and how they share so many things; from the issues they discuss, to the problems they face, to the ideas they share, to the goals they aim at; This only goes on to confirm how maghrebian people are very alike in their thoughts, concerns, aims and everything in addition to history, language, geography and race.

This project was created to showcase that, to unite Maghreb bloggers online, to create a meeting point for them where they can interact, discuss, share, talk about what unites them and also understand what unique and enriching differences they have.

1 comment

  • Salaam Aleikum,

    Even though French is my first language, I am one of the very few Maghrebis who blogs in English. I have two blogs actually, one that is soley about Algerian cusine and another one with writers from different parts of the world.

    I agree there is a greater sense of being a Magrhebi outside of the different countries. We share so much.

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