A sacred union between Kabylia, Chaouia and M’zab on the Plaza of Human Rights in Paris
It was a historic meeting on the Plaza of Human Rights in Paris between Ferhat Mehenni , President of the Kabylia Provisional Government in exile , Kameleddine Fekhar activist and human rights defender of Mozabites identity and culture, and Yella Houha , founder of the autonomist movement Chaoui (MAC)
April 20th, 2014 will be written in the annals of history to Amazigh peoples.
The commemoration of the Amazigh spring of 1980 and Black 2001 founding events for the awakening of conscience in particular Kabyle identity and Amazigh (Berber) generally allowed brotherly people that are the Kabyles , Mozabites and Chaouis to gather on the Plaza of human Rights and remind the world of their right to freedom , respect for their languages and cultures and to self-determination for Kabylia .
Over time, this gentlemens luxury plays for the righteous and noble struggles of indigenous peoples against their oppressors :
Kabyle demonstrators who still suffered in Tizi- Wezzu fierce repression of Algerian security forces …
Mozabites wounded in the flesh , they have lost ten of their two children last week after the violence of the Arabs Chambas supported by the Algerian police …
Chaouis wounded in their pride by unworthy and humiliating remarks made by Sellal, campaign manager Bouteflika, against them ..
Note that the Imazighen of Morocco , too have demonstrated this Sunday in Rabat to commemorate the April 20 .
Today , meeting in pain and misery , tomorrow united in the common development of Amazigh identity and empowerment of each Amazigh people.