The Djurdjura Mountains in Kabylia
, Matoub's region, provided refuge for insurgents.
Only months after the Cremieux Decree, the northern mountainous region of Kabylia
witnessed a fierce if brief guerilla uprising led by a local sheikh, Mohamed El-Mokrani.
He also studied the ethnology of Kabylia
and wrote a reflective piece on the anthropology of Algeria.
And while these disturbances occur nationwide, Kabylia
and the south seem to be the zones of the most visible unrest.
The highland area of Kabylia
was left isolated by snow.
The people of Kabylia
in North Africa, whom he examines in Vie Logic of Practice and Algeria 1960, have the same class distinctions, logic, habitus, and relation to the governing historical context as the French classes discussed in Distinction.
A happy ending for the Algerian sailors freed by Somali pirates 10 months after their capture, among them 50-year-old Nafaa Hanouche who was discharged from the Ain NaEodja Military Hospital on Saturday to return to his home in Freha on the outskirt of Kabylia
, safe and sound.
Summary: Four senior members of the Movement for the Autonomy of Kabylia
(MAK) resigned last week in protest against their leader Ferhat Mheni who deals continuously with Israeli officials, Echorouk has learnt.
, ALGERIA * Four Muslim converts to Christianity in Kabylia
, eastern Algeria, were convicted of opening a place of worship without a proper license.
The Coalition also expressed strong condemnation of the oppression by Algerian authorities of human rights activists in the northern Kabylia
The bombing happened on Friday in the town of Timizar in the Kabylia
region, police officials said.
It is in Kabylia
that real development towards the Berber question with its cultural and political implications occur.