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Sub-Saharan Migrants in Algeria
Ghania Khelifi   
Sub-Saharan Migrants in Algeria | babelmed | arab - arabic language - mediterraneanThe security situation in the Sahel will not improve the image of Sub-Saharan migrants living in Algeria. Already victims of everyday racism and serious violations of their human rights, they will now be suspected of collusion with armed Islamists.
 
Algeria: Independent Unions Against Government Repression
Ghania Khelifi   
Algeria: Independent Unions Against Government Repression | babelmed | arab - arabic language - mediterraneanSince the Arab Spring, the Algerian government’s fear of seeing the emerging movement of revolt by people belonging to no group reaching all social categories by capillary action is increasingly manifested through the ferocity of repression.
 
Algeria, the legislative elections and the Arab Spring
Nassim Brahimi   
Algeria, the legislative elections and the Arab Spring | babelmed | arab - arabic language - mediterraneanThe legislative elections against the spectre and the NATO in Algeria are similar to the previous elections even if the regime has managed to fool everyone by putting salt on a flat insipid policy.
 
Algeria. Don’t touch my wall
Nassim Brahimi   
Algeria. Don’t touch my wall | babelmed | arab - arabic language - mediterraneanThe Algerian vitality on “Facebook” is symptomatic of the need to make up for the failure of artistic and cultural space in echoing the Arab revolutions.
 
The History Behind Islamic movements in Jordan and the Future Ahead
Yasmine El Gharaibeh   
The History Behind Islamic movements in Jordan and the Future Ahead | babelmed | arab - arabic language - mediterraneanAs the Arab Spring gives more leeway to demands of reform in Jordan, Islamic movements seek a bigger role within the Jordanian political scene.
 
Ramadan 2012: The Month of Excess
Ghania Khelifi   
Ramadan 2012: The Month of Excess  | babelmed | arab - arabic language - mediterraneanFrom intolerance to food waste, Ramadan has lost its original meaning and serves as a pretext for national paralysis.
 
The cat and mouse game
Ghania Khelifi   
The cat and mouse game | babelmed | arab - arabic language - mediterraneanThe Algerians are aware of their threat to the state institutions in the aftermath of the Arab Revolutions. They take this as an opportunity to claim housing and employment while waiting for more…
 
Immolation in Algeria, how far can the fire go?
Ghania Khelifi   
Immolation in Algeria, how far can the fire go? | babelmed | arab - arabic language - mediterraneanTaking to the streets is no longer sufficient to bring the increasingly autistic people in power to reason. However, psychologists believe that protest is not enough to explain the phenomenon and they recall that the trauma suffered during the terrorist violence decade, massacres and rapes are engraved in collective consciousness.
 
Islamic movements in the eye of the beholder
Yasmine El Gharaibeh   

Islamic movements in the eye of the beholder | babelmed | arab - arabic language - mediterraneanIn a time characterized by uncertainty and political “twists and turns", plenty of parties and movements including the Islamic movements compete in the race to power. Islamic movements are proving to be a tough contender.

 
Taking out “honour” from “honour-crimes”
May S   

Taking out “honour” from “honour-crimes” | babelmed | arab - arabic language - mediterraneanWhile many people think the number of victims is insignificant, others are struggling to end the so-called ‘honour crimes’ and re-define honour in male-dominated societies. A 3-year-old campaign is advocating for a radical change that saves the lives of vulnerable females in Jordan.

 

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