Free Day, New Blog Design

Yesterday, it's been the 1st November that is a double National Day. In Algeria, it's a free day for celebrating the beginning of the Revolution(1956.nov.1) against the French Colonialism(1830-1962). Meanwhile in Hungary, it is the religious and national day of the dead "all soul's day". The former one celebrates its national day with Algerian national … Continue reading Free Day, New Blog Design

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Hungarian “Hacked” Holidays

  Here we go again... Only 2 days left from the holidays in Hungary. During the month, I had an awesome time of strengthening family relationships just as visiting "new" family members whom I haven't known yet - far cousins. This family-visiting is a typical Muslim habit that I am proud of. Also, I refreshed … Continue reading Hungarian “Hacked” Holidays

​The Algerian Kingdom is out of network

​ These days, whole Algeria is suffering from the slow internet and the completely blocked facebook in the interval of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. The phenomena is because of the baccalaureate exams taking place now. What is the relation between the exams and no-internet in national level? The answer is "cheating". Algerian students cheat … Continue reading ​The Algerian Kingdom is out of network

Top 5′ Algerian Superstitions – Khorafa

I always wanted to be an actor, but I just never told anyone. I had this superstition that if I said it out loud, it wouldn't come true. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau   Superstitions are  irrational beliefs in supernatural influences, leading to good or bad luck. In Europe, we have general superstitions such as "a black cat … Continue reading Top 5′ Algerian Superstitions – Khorafa