By Izemrasen Nat Musawally
N.B.: The booklet ends with a postscript that offers with the debatable Iraq battle and the enduring despotic Arab/Islamic tyranny in either the center East that's ethnically non-Arab and Amazigh North Africa. The postscript focuses, besides, at the righteous fight of democratic secular Kabylia—a Western Mediterranean Amazigh nation—for self-determination to loose itself from the totalitarian, enslaving and genocidal Arab-Islamic domination embodied through the thug regime of Algiers.
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