i noticed that there are many members on this group, but none posted a story lol
is that because Algerians are discret about things that happens to them or because they do not have time for this or for what's the reason??
Algeria is a country with many problems since independence from France. My family were against the independence movement, but only because they could see the good that could come perpetually from intergration into France.
Too many peoples are racist. There are some who see the...
Dear Algeria, I’m writing to you this letter.Hoping i can make this relationship better,
but the way you been treating ME
it got me wanting to pack MY ***** **** and flee,
back to WONDERLAND,Neverland or any land does’nt existLands of my own mind, but how could I do that to...
In my school we are doing a nations report on Algeria and I was wondering if you could give me some facts that you know. Please? I would like to know some of the important people and some of the hobbies that you guys have. Thanks!
He was quite a successful merchant of spices, and his business grew to provide funds to send his son my grandfather to school in France. It was the first time for my grandfather in France, and then he was called up to serve in the French Infantry during the Algerian War for...
i'm bouziane from Algeria, maybe some of u don't know my country so google it up and u will find out some info about a wonderful country......i'm new here on EP (knew it from my brother) I'm here to make new friends from overseas and to know new things from the cultural diversity...
1. Well first of all, I suggest you check the girl hasn't got any colossal brothers who can come and break you in half before starting to mess her about2. Do not approach if you have no intention to stick around3. If you ask her out on a date, make sure it’s clear, don’t be...
which right between morocco and tunisia ,, a lovely country , amazing people so loving and so brave people with more self confident and helpful and always stand for their brothers .
in conclusion , i love my country and the algerian people *.* and i'm proud to be an Algerian
born there and educated. They moved to France for university, and met in Marseille, where I was born.
For twelve years we lived in a small apartment until they both came here to England to work, and I came too!
military, French, but within a few generations my family were fully integrated within the populace.
My great grandfather was Muslim, progressively. He even became a teacher at the mosque. My great grandmother was Roman Catholic and never integrated.
my 'friend' pointed to the other person asking me, "Do you know who this guy is?"
I was going to respond immediately by "Nope."
But that would be rude, I mean, I felt like I had to take a look at him and, at least, pretend that I was trying to guess who he was. (An Algerian...
of Morocco, and to the deserts in what is now Algeria. Their neighbours were said to be Tuareg. They had camels, and goats, in order to fit in unmolested. Eventually, they became traders in the depths of the desert.
When the French came to Algeria the opportunities increased...