Inside Story: Berbers in North Africa

Why the goverments in North Africa are affraid of Imazighn despite the fact that Imazighn are the first inhabitants of the region, and they constitute the majority in Morocco Imazighn are over 70% of the population,in Algeria over 30% , in tunisia over 10% in libya over 5 % besides twareg in azwad in Mali and in Niger west of the Nile in canary aisland…..???So, Still there , s Amazoghophobia from some calling themselves Arabs….who show their discrimination towards anything wehere they smell Tamazight as a culture. language , history and Identity. Our dignity will push us to struggle more to get things go back to its original.North africa is amazigh lingusiticaly speaking and historically speaking……THIS discrimination have to be over.Enough is Enough.Imazigh ask only to be recognized and their language and culture to be survived and keep it in life as a very rich culture in North Africa.


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