Ancient History
 Moderne History
 Revised History
 Amazighs Personnalities
 Amazighophobia

 

Ancient Histoiry
The Amazigh tattoos
Particularly in the Tamazgha, the traditional motifs of the Amazigh tattoos are made almost exclusively of geometric shapes: simple lines, dots, triangles, diamonds, square circles .. etc ... Full story - - Auteur: Mazices - Date : 2018-04-25 08:21:00

Stone tablet with Tifinagh inscription in the National Library of Naples, Italy
Stone tablet with Amazigh (Berber) Tifinagh inscription, dates back to 1st millennium BC; considered the most ancient written text - from Aosta collection of the National Library of Naples, Italy.... Full story - - Auteur: Amazighworld - Date : 2018-04-25 08:18:00

The conquest of Spain by the Amazigh
We don't know where the Imazighen come from ? because there were always there, all the invaders found them there. The people who invited Spain were Berbers or Imazighen. ¬†The young Amazigh Tarik ben Ziyad lead 7000 men in an invasion of Liberian peninsula. Documentary on Amazigh in Spain... Full story - - Auteur: Amazighwolrd - Date : 2013-06-04 23:33:00

North Africa History revised

One way to better understand the story is to read widely in time and in the surrounding context. Here the case of Tamazgha (North Africa) in key dates:

Année : -212
Evénement : Une guerre √©clat√Ęt entre deux royaumes Amazighs, le royaume Massyle et le royaume Massaessyles. Le royaume Massyle est dirig√© par le roi Massinissa, dont le nom √©tait transcrit MSNSN sur les st√®les libyques -√† lire probablement mas n sen "leur seigneur"- √©tait le fils du roi Amazigh Ga√Įa. On conna√ģt tr√®s peu de choses de Ga√Įa mais on sait que sous la direction de ce souverain, le royaume Massyle avait commenc√© √† atteindre un haut degr√© de civilisation. Et le royaume Massaessyles est dirig√© par le roi Amazigh Syphax. Une guerre entre les deux royaumes s‚Äô√©clat√Ęt en 212 avant J.C suite √† un probl√®me de fronti√®res. Rome soutenant le roi Syphax, et le roi Ga√Įa s'√©tait alli√© aux Carthaginois. Il leur fournit, en √©change de leur protection, des troupes que le jeune Massinissa commanda en Espagne, √† partir de 212 ou 211 avant J.C. jusqu'√† l'automne 206 avant J.C.

 
Amazighophobia
Imazighen, those who have short memories, read these statements


Non aux droits culturels Amazighs, parceque .....
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Non aux droits culturels Amazighs, parceque .....
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Non aux droits culturels Amazighs, parceque .....
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Je veux savoir encore plus sur ce phénomène d'amazighophobie en Afrique du Nord

 
 
Moderne History
The Guardian : Let's banish the term 'Arab world'. What does it mean anyway?
The prestigious British newspaper the guardian had published an interesting article entitled “Let's banish the term 'Arab world'. What does it mean anyway?” by the Australian journalist Neheda Barakat. Here is the entire article for North African readers: Labelling 381 million people from 22 countries as monolithic ‘Arabs’ is misleading and inaccurate. With conflicts raging on in Syria, Palestine,¬†Yemen¬†and Iraq and a diaphanous calm in the rest of the Middle East, the language we use in covering this region is not only hindering our understanding of the issues, but it is also misguiding strategic policies.... Full story - - Auteur: Neheda Barakat - Date : 2018-04-24 20:31:00

Moroccan NGO: ‚ÄúOur total support to Kurdish people right to self-determination‚ÄĚ
In statement published yesterday, the National Federation of Amazigh Associations in Morocco (FNAA), NGO that federate hundred of associations promoting Amazigh/Berber identity of Morocco, declares its total support to Kurdish people right to self-determination. “If Kurdish people had no friends other than Kurdistan mountains in the past, today they have friends all over the world headed by the Amazigh people all over North Africa” said FNAA press release. This kind of support is rare in the so-called “Arab world”. Here's the FNAA press release:... Full story - - Auteur: Amazighworld - Date : 2017-09-08 19:03:00

 

Amazigh Personnalities