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Pour Nihal

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Nihal

Nihal, petit ange assassiné. DR.

Petite fille d’Algérie,

Petite rose qui a perdu… sa couleur.

Des monstres ont jailli de nulle part.

Je m’appelle Nihal, je suis la petite fille qui a uni tout un peuple dans la douleur.

Je suis l’innocence assassinée, mutilée.

Je n’ai commis aucun tort à part être et exister.

Je ne sais pas faire du mal.

Le jour où les monstres ont jailli…

Ils ont déchiqueté mon corps

En l’offrant au minotaure, bête immonde qui s’abreuve de la sève innocente

De cette bonne vieille terre d’Algérie.

Je suis Nihal, petite fille morte,

Assassinée dans cette terre d’Algérie.

Je suis une petite fille qui ne sait rien,

Qui aime le soleil, la mer et les jeux.

Je suis Nihal, le symbole de votre lâcheté.

Je suis juste un sourire dans votre monde de prédation.

Je ne suis pas la fille d’un VIP,

Seulement celle de simples citoyens algériens.

Le peuple me pleure et les porcs d’en haut,

Murés dans le silence des tombes qui leur servent d’âmes,

Planquent leurs rejetons à Paris, Londres, Washington,

Et détournent encore plus de fric.

Je suis Nihal, une fillette d’Algérie

Qui illustre l’assassinat de l’innocence

Et le triomphe de la Bête dans cette terre.

Je suis en ce moment au paradis des anges,

Avec les autres enfants kidnappés, assassinés, dépecés

Je continue à jouer et je souris…

Quant à vous, vivez avec vos crimes et vos trahisons.

Mohsen Abdelmoumen

Published in Oximity, August 8, 2016:https://www.oximity.com/article/Pour-Nihal-1

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Remember November 1, 1954, the beginning of the revolution in Algeria

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During the period between 1830 and 1962, France practiced brutal racial extermination in Algeria, which led to the killing of 5 million innocent civilians, yes 5 million. Not many people in this world know about this fact because the hypocrite French government, which claims human rights and freedom, doesn’t want you to know about their real ugly face. Because if you know and the world knows then they would be forced to admit their war crimes and apologize to Algeria. Watch this rare video containing real pictures and discover the truth by yourself.

 

The massacre of Algerians in Paris October 17, 1961

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17 October 1961: Massacre in Paris

In 1961 police in Paris killed over 200 Algerian protesters and threw their bodies into the River Seine. Historian Jean-Luc Einaudi exposed the murders in his book The Battle of Paris. He spoke to Sellouma from France’s New Anticapitalist Party

The protesters killed on 17 October 1961 were calling for Algerian independence. Could you describe the political situation in France leading up to the massacre?

The Algerians were fighting for independence, led by the National Liberation Front (FLN). The war in Algeria had lasted seven years and had serious repercussions within France itself.

France was then home to around 350,000 Algerians—130,000 of whom lived in or near Paris. The FLN had a large French section.

Talks between France and the provisional FLN government were suspended in July 1961. Both sides expected that these talks would eventually resume, and sought to consolidate their positions.

One faction of the French government had been lobbying for a more repressive strategy. In August it was given a free hand.

In France itself raids became much more frequent—particularly from the Auxiliary Police Force (FPA), which was formed of Algerians with a score to settle with the FLN. They tortured people in basements and empty hotels. Lire la suite »

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