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Call for international solidarity with Libya's Amazigh people
lundi 26 décembre 2011
par Masin

The Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC) leaders and the prime minister of the interim government have unveiled their real face and made their intentions clear towards the Amazigh people (Imazighen). In addition to the fact that Imazighen have been excluded from the new interim government, NTC Chairman Mustafa Abd-al-Jalil went as far as to accuse the Imazighen, who stage protests to denounce the Libyan government’s discrimination policies, of being "manipulated by foreigners".

For their part, Imazighen are not impressed by such accusations and they are determined to continue their struggle to the end. As the original and the legitimate inhabitants of the land, they are determined not to negotiate the status of Tamazight (Amazigh identity, culture and language) in Libya. They are opposed to the new government and have expressed their frustration by withdrawing their NTC representatives. They continue state high and loud their demands. They have denounced the Libyan government and the NTC which they dub racist. They are not willing to halt their fight as long as their voice is being ignored and before justice prevails.

The Imazighen of Libya are providing us with an inspiring example of a dogged determination in the struggle for the future of Tamazight. They are facing up to the Arab nationalists and Islamists who have no objective other than to silence and subjugate Imazighen. Are we going to abandon them ?

Being proud of our freedom, it is up to us, Imazighen, to mobilize ourselves and show our solidarity with the Imazighen of Libya. Their struggle is ours and is that of all the Amazigh people wherever they are. I am tempted to say that time has come for all Imazighen, everywhere in the Amazigh land, to rise in order to free ourselves and to bring centuries of colonization and humiliation to an end.



Translated by : Mohand Salah TAHI

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  • Call for international solidarity with Libya’s Amazigh people 30 décembre 2011 23:20, par Izemrasen N.M.

    Amazigh North Africa, the West, and the Arab-Islamic Tyranny

    The totalitarian Arab-Islamic tyranny in North Africa severely hampers the unearthing and revival of Libya’s, Tunisia’s, Algeria’s and Morocco’s ancestral Amazigh identity, language, culture, and civilization. The West, which has amply proven to be an ally of the barbaric Islamic totalitarianism, stubbornly persists to baptize the Amazigh peoples’ homeland—North Africa—as an Arab territory. Why does the West continue to help despotic, apocalyptic Arab-Islamic sects to lock democracy, human secular freedom and individuals’ and peoples’ fundamental human rights behind the walls of the liberticidal, totalitarian and fossilized Islamic dogma ?

    The true liberation of tyrannized Amazigh North Africa lies in the ultimate restitution of its true Amazigh identity, the revival and promotion of its Amazigh languages, and the restoration and reconstruction of its democratic and secular ancestral civilization. Amazigh North Africa is more than fed up with the long-lasting tyrannical, terroristic and genocidal yoke of diabolical Arab-Islamism that has been stifling its existence and life by depriving it of its wealth, identity, memory, human freedom and its democratic secular culture for so long. Strongly incensed and outraged, the Native North African Amazigh peoples, with their legendary ancestral lands, spirits, and Gods, vigorously denounce the corrupt Western governments’ hypocrisy and duplicity.

    What is good for Western peoples is also good for North African Amazigh peoples. What is harmful for Western peoples is also harmful for North African Amazigh peoples. What the Western world wants is what the Amazigh world wants. Secularism is the base for peace, democratic human freedom, creativity, happiness, and prosperity.

    The West must fulfil its international humanistic and moral obligations by abolishing its support for the wicked, enslaving, genocidal Arab-Islamic tyranny—which wilfully destroys the existence and destiny of Amazigh North Africa with state-sponsored predatory monotheistic despotism, barbarism, multifaceted terrorism, anti-Amazighism, repression, forced Arabization, dead knowledge, annihilating acculturation, falsehood, ignorance, intolerance, hatred, racism, discrimination, injustice, indignity, pillage, corruption, abuse, underdevelopment, poverty, darkness, despair, and death.

    The long-lasting, totalitarian, genocidal and outdated Arab-Islamic tyranny must be ended ; otherwise, there will never be any true democracy or freedom in the Middle East, which is ethnically non-Arab, and Amazigh North Africa. The US, UK and France must urgently revise their foreign-policy mindset in the interest of true peace, true democracy, true freedom and true justice in these two important regions of the world. The tyrannized democratic and secular Native North African Amazigh peoples deserve to fully enjoy freedom, democracy, and all their individuals’ and peoples’ fundamental human rights, including the right to self-determination and independence !

    It goes without saying that the despotic denial of peoples’ identity or existence is an act of terroristic mass annihilation that calls into question the humanity of mankind.

    By Izemrasen N.M.

  • Call for international solidarity with Libya’s Amazigh people 3 janvier 2012 20:17, par Izemrasen N.M.

    WARNING : Amazigh peoples’ human rights are in danger !

    Although no genuine Libyan government has been set up yet, the anti-Amazigh European and Arab-Islamist news media that persist to ignore the existence and the human rights of the Amazigh peoples who populate the whole region of North Africa are transforming the Libyan Amazigh people’s issue into chaotic antigovernmental activism.

  • Le boucher et l’auteur de genocide de plus d’un million d’Africains et recherche par (International Criminal court ) en visite en Libye pour conseiller le CNT. C’est incroyable au lieu de l’arreter sur place et le remettre a la justice par le CNT mis en place par Obama , Cameroun et Sarkozy, il est fait bien venu et recu par le petit singe au trou de cul sur le front avec honneur tapis rouge et trompettes.
    Les Libyens devront veiller et garder leurs armes pour defendre leurs enfants et femmes contre ce CNT qui se fait conseiller par des criminals en recherche par la Court International pour genocide contre les Africains noirs. Conseille ne rendez jamais vos armes defendez vous le CNT est dangereux et un grand ennemi de la justice et de la liberte.

    Share this on:Facebook Twitter Digg delicious reddit MySpace StumbleUpon LinkedIn Viadeo Sudanese president visits post-Gadhafi LibyaBy the CNN Wire Staff
    January 7, 2012 — Updated 1550 GMT (2350 HKT)
    Libya’s NTC chief Mustafa Abdel Jalil (R) and Omar al-Bashir (L) during a welcoming ceremony in Tripoli on January 07.STORY HIGHLIGHTS
    NEW : Rights group official criticizes Sudanese leader’s visit
    Omar Al-Bashir arrived in Libya Saturday morning
    The Libyans will not turn him over to the International Criminal Court
    He will discuss a number of issues with the Libyan government
    (CNN) — Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, wanted for crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court, arrived in Libya Saturday to visit with the country’s post-Gadhafi leaders.

    Libya’s National Transitional Council will use the one-day visit by al-Bashir to discuss "unsettled matters" between the two countries, NTC member Mohammed al-Sayeh told CNN.

    During the uprising in Libya, Moammar Gadhafi hired mercenaries who came from the Darfur area in Sudan to the Libyan border, al-Sayeh said. As the conflict tilted in favor of the rebels, al-Bashir tried to stop mercenaries from coming through and gave the Libyan rebels some guns and tanks, he said.

    There is also the issue of illegal immigration from Sudan into Libya through the country’s southern border, al-Sayeh said.

    "We had a lot of unsettled matters that we had to discuss with President Bashir," he said.

    Libyan authorities, however, have no intention of handing al-Bashir over to the International Criminal Court, where he is wanted for crimes committed in Darfur.

    Gadhafi, who the Libyan rebels killed after capturing, was also wanted by the ICC.

    The new Libyan authorities said they are willing to work with the ICC on cases involving Libyans.

    Richard Dicker, Human Rights Watch’s director of the international justice program, said by not turning over al-Bashir to the court, it breaks the spirit of cooperation with the ICC.

    "Welcoming to their capital a head of state accused of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes is deeply disturbing in what it suggests about the new Libyan authorities’ commitment to human rights and the rule of law," Dicker said

  • Call for international solidarity with Libya’s Amazigh people 10 janvier 2012 15:24, par Izemrasen N.M.
    It’s no mystery to anyone that all the tyrannical, fascistic and genocidal Arab-Islamist bastard states imposed by the West in North Africa—the Amazigh homeland—are nothing but tools of criminal Western imperialism in the Amazigh world. The Western-imposed genocidal Arab-Islamist tyranny in the Amazigh ancestral homeland—Tamazgha—must be urgently ended !