Archive for August, 2010

Fatoum concert in Melilla

Fatoum concert in Melilla
Fatoum in concert Celebrating Ramadan, the Muslims of Melilla have celebrated a cultural event last week. This event included Music, debates and other activities. Fatoum was one of the invited artists to enrich the program of this festival. Fatoum performed in la Plaza de las Cuatro Culturas on friday the 20th of August 2010. The concert attracted a crowd from all regions of Melilla including Rifians and Spanish residents. Her concert was much appreciated... 

Idir – Interview & Concert, Al Hoceima 2010

Idir – Interview & Concert, Al Hoceima 2010
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Hindi Zahra – Ursul

Hindi Zahra – Ursul
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Lwalid Mimoun, The legend

Lwalid Mimoun, The legend
Lwalid Mimoun Lwalid Mimoun was born in 1959 in Aït Sidel, a Rifian Village in the northern part of Morocco, in a modest family. His first contact with music was with the flute “Tamja”, which led him to discover the richness of his local culture. Concerned with the cause of the poor, the oppressed, and the marginalized, Mimoun, throughout his artistic journey, has managed to compile an important collection of songs in which he tackled these... 

The Early Inhabitants of the Canary Islands

The Early Inhabitants of the Canary Islands
Statues of the Guanche Chiefs with king Mencey Tegueste in Candelaria the original inhabitants of Tenerife, Canary Islands “The very existence of a white people perpetuating an advanced Neolithic Culture in the 14th Century of our era in the extreme SW of the Old World was such an unaccountable oddity that the association of the Canary Islands with Atlantis became quite a logical presumption since the problem entered the field of erudite inquiry.... 

Human Rights Seminar Deliberately Disrupted

Human Rights Seminar Deliberately Disrupted
Tizi Ouzzou In the city of Tizi-Ouzou, in the indigenous Kabylie region of Algeria, a human rights seminar was to be held July 23rd through 25th, 2010, for the purpose of international promotion and defense of human rights, organized by the Amazigh World Congress (CMA), Kabylie’s Women Organization (AFK), and the Kabylie-Solidarité Organization, with the support of the Indigenous Peoples of Africa Coordinating Committee (IPACC). The UNO provided... 

Idir Concert – Festival Twiza Tanger 2010

Idir Concert – Festival Twiza Tanger 2010
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Hindi Zahra, a delicately veiled voice

Hindi Zahra, a delicately veiled voice
Hindi Zahra Hardly have her lips approached the microphone than your ear is drawn in, gently but irresistibly. Just the slightest nonchalance in the hips with a filigree of swing in the delivery, a delicately veiled voice. Meet Hindi Zahra and her original gently undulating sense of melody. With a subtle, understated guitar accompaniment, a dash of gypsy guitar between the lines, and a hint of blues but with a capital B. Time stands still. Intense,... 

Tamazight TV & The Amazigh Flag

Tamazight TV & The Amazigh Flag
The Moroccan Tamazigh Channel logo on the left & The Amazigh flag on the right Tamazight TV is the Moroccan official Amazigh channel that was launched on January 6th 2010, satisfying a long-awaited demand by a significant percentage of the country’s citizens. The Amazigh flag symbolizes Amazigh identity and cultural renaissance. This flag is often described by the misinformed, including the media, as “The anti-National flag.” This... 
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