Thursday , August 16 2018


Afellay, a pride for the Amazigh

Ibrahim Afellay (born 2 April 1986 in Utrecht) is a Dutch footballer of Moroccan descent (Rif region, Al Hoceima city) playing for PSV Eindhoven in the Eredivisie. He has played for the Dutch national youth team and is now part of the senior Dutch national team, who he represented at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. He usually …

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kabyle icon Zidane named as Real Madrid’s new coach

Zinedine Zidane

Real Madrid have sacked Rafael Benitez and named Zinedine Zidane as the new coach of the “Los Merengues” Real Madrid president Florentino Perez said: “I am here to say that the board has just decided, in a difficult decision, especially for me, to end contract of Rafa as first-team coach” Zidane  was born in Marseille, France, of Kabyle Amazigh origin. his parents emigrated …

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Amazigh Zenia Amazigh World Champion In Shobo

Amazigh Shobo fighter Zenia Amazigh showed flashes of future stardom and continues its winning tradition and takes home another two gold medal collecting his second consecutive victory within two days of competition in the World Championship in Italy. Amazigh Zenia is an Algerian athlete from Kabylia. world champion in the Shobo, a martial art in which he quickly distinguished. In addition to his championship skills, Amazigh doesn’t …

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Amazigh Achour Still Unbeaten

Amazigh Achour, AKA Amazigh. Champion of France in medium weight for 7 times, out boxes solid Yesterday his Spanish opponent Jose Yebes to extend his current unbeaten run to 7 fights. The local boxer started strongly and kept control of the fight although Yebes had a measure of success in the middle rounds. Achour paced the fight well and was …

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Youcef Abdi: I’m a Amazigh and proud

RT |Journalist|: You’re pretty passionate about your tattoo. Can you tell us the meaning of it? YA: Tattoos were never something I thought I would get into, but this one was special to me. The symbol represents Amazigh ,BERBER (indigenous people of North Africa) which I am one of. It means a lot to me as the Berbers struggled throughout …

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