Tuesday , 21 February 2017
Latest Amazigh News

Tag Archives: Amazigh Symbol

The 5th Edition Of Merzouga International Festival

Merzouga

The Merzouga international festival is held every year in the Sahara desert and seeks to promote peace and tolerance. It is one of the best festivals combining different shows and concerts with international artists from different regions and countries, conferences, a race through the desert as well as an Amazigh Berber traditional wedding. Merzouga is a stunning small village in southeastern Morocco, about ... Read More »

DNA Analysis: Only 4% of Tunisians Are Arabs

Tunisia

Based on a genetic studies report conducted by National Geographic, only 4 % of tunisians are of Arab origin. This porcentage would probably be considerably less than 1 % in the south west of Tunisia where the majority of Amazigh are mainly located. The Arab identity of Egypt also fall down the drain, According to the same source, the Egyptian native’s genetic composition ... Read More »

Al Hoceima Strike Against Ongoing Repression

Al hoceima

Leaders of Popular Movement in Rif —Al hirak Chaabi—  have launched a general strike that shut down many private shops and several key sectors in Al Hoceima in protest against ongoing repression ‘l’hogra’ after the Moroccan forces known as ‘el Makhzen’ massacred peaceful protesters at Al Hoceima,  on January 4, 2017. Read More »

Where To Celebrate Amazigh New Year in United States and Canada

Amazigh new year

Amazigh New Year’s comes but once a year, so it’s worth it to make the festivites memorable. But where’s the place to be to celebrate the day? We’ve scoured both United States and Canada for the best annual celebrations; Boston, Massachusetts Los Angles, California Portland, Oregon Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Ottawa, Canada Montreal, Canada Washington, D.C. New Jersey, NJ Alexandria,VA Read More »

The Amazigh Cave Homes of Matmata in Tunisia

Matmata

Matmata and other desert settlements in Tunisia have wonderful underground homes built by the ancient Amazigh people of Matmata — a small Berber speaking town in southern Tunisia—to avoid the intense heat and strong desert winds. The homes are made by digging a large pit some 7m (23ft) deep and 10m (33ft) wide and then, around the sides of the ... Read More »

Injured Rare Eagle Rescued in Khenifra

Khenifra

Khenifra | AWN – Believe it or not, there are some compassionate Moroccan who really do care about wild animals. While wandering in local forest woods in Khenifra region, a group of young people from Krouchen town —50 miles from Khenifra — rescued an injured rare big eagle with injured wing believed were because of indiscriminate hunting. Witness said after the eagle’s rescue they contacted ... Read More »

Morocco Among Best Countries For Tea Lovers

Morocco

Morocco ranked fourth in the world of ‘Top 10’ places for tea lovers according to a ranking by the UK’s daily Metro news. Morocco ranked fourth on the list behind Singapore 3rd, Sri Lanka and Russia on the first place. According to the British newspaper, Morocco’s traditional mint tea is served in ceremonial form and held in high regard by Moroccans. “You also won’t ... Read More »

Mouhcine Fikri’s Murder Makes Front Page News Around the World

The murder of Mouhcine Fikri – crashed to death last Friday in Al Hoceima city after he jumped into a garbage truck trying to retrieve his confiscated merchandise – has made front page news in papers all over the world. The ‘assassination’ of the 31 years old fish-vendor in the region of the Rif -an area long-neglected by the country’s monarchy – was on the front ... Read More »