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Algerians remember the black decade on social networks

Black decade or blood red? According to several sources, the civil war killed around 200,000 people in Algeria. The attacks, targeted or “indiscriminate”, spared no one. In memory, the Algerian authorities had imposed oblivion in the name of “civil agreement”. The valve ended up exploding, because how to forgive without justice. The hashtag (hashtag) #Mansinach (We haven’t forgotten) allowed Algerians to remember this traumatic period, with emotion and humor …

And the word was released. Sharp, moving memories flooded in. Writer Kaouther Adimi narrates, with inspired literary verve, an episode that marked her during a fake checkpoint (a road checkpoint held by terrorists instead of law enforcement). A thread to be read in its entirety.

Journalist Akram Kharief, specializing in security and military information, talks about his personal memories and also lays the foundations for this summons to be forgotten. Posts to read in their entirety, too.

The small stories join the big ones, with a capital letter. Saying the unspeakable, sharing the intimate and discovering that we are not alone in this ocean of silent pain. Silent, they were. Tues would be fairer. The time of mourning, of acceptance. Time to say.

The silence turned into a torrent of testimonies. Saying, saying, saying … Words about ailments, verbs to ward off oblivion, sentences to express what has been ostracized for a long time. Tear the veil …

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Source site www.francetvinfo.fr

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