Archive for July, 2006

2nd edition of the Mediterranean Amazigh Festival of Tangier

2nd edition of the Mediterranean Amazigh Festival of Tangier
Festival of Tangier To celebrate the Amazighity in Tangier, for the second consecutive year, is not the fruit of chance but the expression of reconciliation between the various cultural components of this city, anchored in the African and Mediterranean civilizations where they meet without confronting tradition and modernity. During the first edition of the Mediterranean festival of the Amazigh culture in the summer of 2005, Tangier lived at the amazigh... 

Zidane: I am still proud to be who I am, a Kabyle from La Castellane

Zidane: I am still proud to be who I am, a Kabyle from La Castellane
Zidane The blank, dusty streets and high-rise tower blocks of La Castellane, a council estate in the northern suburbs of Marseille, are what is officially known in French as a quartier difficile, a sensitive zone. Most of the population here are first-and second-generation immigrants. The first wave came originally from Algeria and Morocco, in the Fifties and Sixties, but the inhabitants of La Castellane now come from all other points in the French-speaking... 

Why Zidane Will Win the World Cup

Why Zidane Will Win the World Cup
Zinedine Zidane The title of this article started out as “Why Brazil will win the World Cup,” but after the result of the first game against Croatia, I was very worried and decided to wait a bit more. I waited for Australia, Japan, and Ghana. Still unsure. When Brazil lost the game to France, I was devastated. My 12-year-old kid could not understand: “Mom, it’s just a game!” To my feminine heart, it is not... 
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