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a member of a nomadic Berber people of the Sahara

the dialect of Berber spoken by the Tuareg

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Read Also:Nasser Zefzafi Not on the Shortlist for the 2019 Vaclav Havel PrizeThe administration continues that spreading such false news eraises questions about the motives of those who invent and disseminate them on social networks, without taking into account how determinantal this could be on the concerned detainees and their families."Local media, including Hespress, nofollow" data-wpel-link="externalreported that the committee for support and solidarity with the detainees of Hirak Rif said confirmed that "the detained activists have been on a hunger strike since August 23."Amghar is among the 54 Hirak Rif detainees who were sentenced in June 2018.The court sentenced Amghar to 10 years in prison for participating in "unauthorized protests" and for "undermining the internal security.
The dream is perceived as the medium of choice for the dead to communicate with individuals and, to a lesser extent, with the group, because the circulation or sharing of the accounts of dreams is subject to the rules of confidentiality and prudence, particularly in choosing who will interpret the dream, such as a sage (amghar) or a marabout (aneslem).
A six-man group formed by Edris, European cross-country champion Ozbilen Kaan Kigen, European marathon record-holder Sondre Nordstad Moen, Moroccan runners Hicham Amghar and Soufiane Bouqantar and European under-23 5000m champion Yeman Crippa took the lead after the second lap of a course that runs through the picturesque historic centre of Bolzano.
Rashid Amghar, a researcher at Constantine University, said in remarks to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that the palace was built in 1825 and served as headquarters of the Ottoman rule of Algeria.
Le chambellan de SM le Roi, Brahim Frej, a remis, dimanche, un don royal aux chorfas Amghraryines a l'occasion du Moussem de Moulay Abdallah Amghar organise jusqu'au 23 aout a El Jadida.
Such trips to Afghanistan "were quite common in the 1990s," amid the euphoria of the mujahedeen victory over Soviet troops who had invaded the country, said Samir Amghar, author of "Salafism Today."
Samir Amghar, Amel Boubekeur, and Michael Emerson (Brussels/Budapest: CEPS/OSI, 2007), 169.
See Samir Amghar, "Le Salafisme en Europe," Politique Etrangere I (2006)
He was thus given the title "amghar," meaning "chief" in their language.
Amghar, Samir, Amel Boubekeur, and Michael Emerson.
Few men remain in town: Amghar (Abdellah Aourik) is the elderly village chief raging against the torpor that settled over his home, telling tall tales about the deceased fishermen to the handful of local children while hitting the bottle at night.
The Dutch Equal Treatment Commission found that the Regional Education Centre in the city of Utrecht illegally "discriminated, indirectly, on the basis of religion," when it rejected Fatima Amghar for its programme.
An insightful study by the scholar Samir Amghar points out that becoming a "born-again Muslim" offers a more positive and gratifying self-image to the young Arab than the other two possibilities available to him in French society: being stigmatized as a delinquent by the mainstream society and the media, or being branded a "traitor" for attempting to adapt to French norms.