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dimanche 29 octobre 2006

History of Amazigh Flag

amazighThe Amazigh Flag can be viewed in several variations, but always includes 3 horizontal stripes of green, blue and yellow as well at the Amazigh letter z in red. The correct formation of the stripes should be blue on top, green in the center and yellow at the bottom.

The Amazigh Flag represents all Amazigh people regardless of modern country borders. It does not represent just one particular group, tribe or country.


Documentation on the Amazigh flag

The flag shown above, also seen in icon form waving at each end of the WAAC title, is the Amazigh flag adopted by the Amazigh World Congress. It symbolizes Amazigh identity and cultural rennaissance, as well as Amazigh unity all over Tamazgha and the Diaspora.   
The Origins of Amazigh Spring
Amazigh Spring, as we call it today, was originally referred to in the official press as "the events of Tizi Ouzou," just as the French press called the war of national liberation (1954-1962) "the events of Algiers."  Original (French) by Ferhat Mehenni, published in Le Matin, April 19, 2000
The Significance of Yennayer 2950
Yennayer 1, 2950 marks the Amazigh new year. The origin of Yennayer refers to the first mention of the Amazigh people in historical records: the founding by Amazigh Pharaoh Sheshonq I of the 22nd pharaonic dynasty in 950 BC, followed by the 23rd and 24th Amazigh pharaonic dynasties, over 200 years (950 BC-712 BC) of Amazigh rule in ancient Egypt.  by Salah Badjou.
20th Anniversary of Amazigh Spring: April 20, 1980-April 20, 2000
Twenty years later…



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