​Why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria?

​Why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria? Before I would start to examine this spicy question of "why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria", let me clear the situation which is almost idyll nowadays. In fact, the major population of Algeria find no difference between being Arab or Berber or Muslim; these three traits equally mean the … Continue reading ​Why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria?

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​Algerian Holidays: Bejaia, the Kabylian Capital

​Algerian Holidays: Bejaia, the Kabylian Capital Today I've visited Bejaia, the Great Kabylian  (Bgeya, Tamurt n leqbayel). Bejaia city can be called the capital of the Berber culture in Algeria since it has the most Berber speakers and territory why it is called the La Grande Kabylie. I am not here to tell how the … Continue reading ​Algerian Holidays: Bejaia, the Kabylian Capital

​Algerian Holidays: Kabylian Mountains and Tadjmia3t

​Algerian Holidays: Kabylian Mountains and Tadjmia3t The second vacation choice of any Algerian family after the choice of the beach is the "Bled" which means the countryside. The most Algerian have Kabylian / Berber origins, so the ancient countryside means the Kabylian mountains of olive trees and figs. If you go to a big Berber … Continue reading ​Algerian Holidays: Kabylian Mountains and Tadjmia3t

Flirting in Kabylian

The Kabylian or "Taqbiylit" language is a Berber language from the Afroasiatic language family. It is spoken by about 5 million Kabyle people in north Africa and it is the second minor language of Algeria, Algerian Kabylians. I myself am a Kabyle from my origins; however, my grandfather left our Kabyle region, our bled; thus, … Continue reading Flirting in Kabylian