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Security 2013-04-16

Algeria thwarts Mali arms smuggling

By Walid Ramzi in Algiers for Magharebia – 16/04/13

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Algerian security forces on Saturday (April 13th) intercepted an arms shipment from Libya to terrorists in northern Mali.

Special Forces eliminated five terrorists during the operation. They reportedly belonged to al-Qaeda splinter group Movement for Tawhid and Jihad in West Africa (MUJAO) and were in charge of protecting the arms shipment.

Wakt El Djazair quoted a security source as saying that a counter-terrorism military unit, supported by two helicopters, was able to destroy two SUVs carrying five gunmen. The difficult chase of the two SUVs was conducted by the joint security forces in the pastoral region called the Valley of Guineen, located about 190 kilometres from the Bordj Badji Mokhtar district in Adrar wilaya.

The newspaper added that three RPGs were seized in addition to five automatic rifles as well as a substantial amount of ammunition that was in the possession of the terrorist group. The armed group was providing protection to a large shipment of weapons from the Libyan city of Sabha to the Malian city of In Khalil, via a difficult desert route beginning from the border gate of Tin El Koum in the district of Djanet, through the Malian historical city of Ameghzi.

Two days prior to the operation, army forces conducted a wide combing operation of the area near the Malian city of In Khalil after receiving intelligence about the activities of a terrorist group in the area consisting of five people in an SUV.

The army imposed a cordon using helicopters to uncover the trail of the group.

Prior to the operation, a military unit discovered weapons and live ammunition hidden among the dunes while conducting monitoring activities in Tanezrouft desert in Adrar.

The seized weapons consisted of 137 empty magazines for automatic weapons in addition to ammunition belts for machine guns as well as 16 machine guns and ammunition.

"The investigations carried out by security forces around weapon smuggling networks revealed that AQIM depends on smugglers to change weapon storage sites and to transport heavy military equipment from its strongholds in northern Mali to unknown destinations inside Algerian territory," explained Kamel Hadif, a writer specialising in security matters.

A weapons smuggler who was arrested by Algerian security forces in mid-March provided information that arms shipments were transported by smugglers across the desert of Mali to the south of Algeria.

"Terrorist groups provide protection for routes across the borders allowing the passage of drug smuggling convoys whose activity has been greatly affected since the outbreak of the war of the Sahel and the Sahara," the smuggler reportedly said.

These leads prompted Algerian security authorities to send supplementary military units to areas used by terrorist groups and smuggling gangs to penetrate deep into the desert.

The military also strengthened its air force presence in monitoring desert routes in the south with several air bases in In Amenas, El Ménia, Ouargla and Tamanrasset.

These operations allowed the uncovering of a weapon cache in a desert location not far from the area of Jafar, north of El Ménia in Ghardaia wilaya.

Helicopters also destroyed two cars loaded with live ammunition belonging to smugglers in the province of Tamanrasset.

Security forces arrested a number of people involved in the smuggling and members of a terror support cell.

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    ismail 2013-9-12

    Forever, my love. No matter what they say, my loyalty to my country is solid like a mountain.

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    hadj abk 2013-9-11

    Long live Algeria! Long live our army! May God protect our nation!

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    ferrani 2013-9-11

    "I love the sweet donkey, walking alongside the holly; he fears the bees and wiggles his ears; he performed his duty from morning to night". Dedicating this poem to our dear master. I am what I am, an Algeria tired of dictatorship.

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    BOUDEBZA 2013-9-11

    Honour and courage to our soldiers.

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    ALGERIEN ET FIER DE L 'ETRE 2013-9-10

    To all those who criticise Algeria– You too even have faults. You will not find a more beautiful country. Is there another Arab country where you can insult the president of the republic or the king without being afraid?

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    lounici 2013-9-9

    May God be with you, you are destroying their leaders. They eat with the wolf, side with the sponsor, steal with the jackal and cry with the shepherd.

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    majda elghazali 2013-9-8

    May God support our valiant army! O grandsons of Benmhidi, Benboulaid, Amirouch and Boumedienne, defend Algeria, protect the country, may God support you and grant you victory God willing! We all support you with our hearts and our souls. Algeria is not just any country. Algeria is the country of a million and half a million martyrs. We are all ready to join them. My greetings to all free people in my country. Viva Algeria!

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    blid 2013-9-8

    AQIM was created in the small mind of the idiot murderer, Bush, who should be sent before the ICC for crimes against humanity for what he did in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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    mouloud hadjout 2013-9-8

    God bless the Algerian soldiers!

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    Amina Akrout 2013-9-7

    I liked this work.

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    MEDAKL 2013-9-6

    A big "Hi!" to our brothers on the border on mission and, more importantly, protecting our border in the interest of our beautiful country. Know that you are supported and everyone is especially thankful. I hope you stay strong and keep up the good work. I am one of your brothers, who took part in laying the pipes to track the Malian-Algerian border in 1982. I congratulate the engineers and technicians from the National Cartography Institute, who took part in this mission.

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    CHOUFRA KHALFALLAH 2013-9-5

    Long live the national army and down with the gendarmerie and police. I hate the gendarmerie and police. Long live Mr Bouteflika!May God give him health and long live the FLN, and the Belayat and Atay Sea.

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      saad 2013-9-7

      Thank you!

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    BENHOUFRA KHALED 2013-9-5

    May God protect our Algeria because it is a holy country. Even if there are vultures sucking at it, we accept it. Long live Algeria! Long live our mother! May God give health and happiness to Bouteflika. Long live Mr Sellal and Roudjia and the Culture minister Khalida Toumia.

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    wawi 2013-9-4

    Terror in Algeria!? I live in Algeria and I haven't heard anything yet. :P

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      mamia 2013-9-9

      Yeah, same here. These are lies about Algeria.

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    la rebelle 2013-9-3

    Sorry, but France is no longer the country of human rights. This is wrong. Look at what's going on there. It's strange that the French don't see it and only see Algeria and the Algerians. Madam, take care of the unemployment rate, which is swallowing your society. That would be better then focusing on others.

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    Julien 2013-9-3

    All terrorist organizations that have appeared in the world since the '60s have been defeated with the exception of Al-Qaeda, which always comes out with a new story. Whoever believes in Al-Qaeda believes in Santa Claus. Certainly, there exist terrorists who are beaten down with each appearance, and they will yet be beaten again. So the debate is closed; otherwise, how do we make sense of Egypt's having killed unarmed Islamist civilians with Cissés team and Al-Qaeda's not showing up. So, it's nonexistent except as a pretext that allows the Westerners to interfere in the world. As for the Moroccans who are accusing the Polisario, they should take care of their own enslavement by the King, those hand-kissers of a kid.

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      latroch 2013-9-5

      The truth is that in Morocco we don't talk much about terrorism. Do you know why? Because we take care of them with hashish plantations. This is not surprising.

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    o.z 2013-9-3

    May God protect our country and our president, Abdelaziz "el 3aziz 3alayna" (dear to our heart)

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      latroch 2013-9-5

      May God heal him and may God help Mr Sellal in this difficult task. And may God watch over our glorious army.

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    gadi mohamed 2013-8-31

    Long live the Algerian army!

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    mohdechra 2013-8-29

    They want to push us into this filth at all cost. May God protect us from these vultures.

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    Hamid Alane 2013-8-29

    God protect Algeria and the Algerian army! One! Two! Three! Long live Algeria!

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    k m (Libya) 2013-8-28

    Why don't you talk about the role of the Polisario in smuggling, weapons trafficking, human trafficking, and terrorism in North Africa???

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      latroch 2013-9-5

      Stop your lies. May God help us take our revenge from you

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    flouflou 2013-8-27

    If anyone understands anything about this weapons' story, please enlighten me.

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    hacene 2013-8-27

    May God protect our country and our president.

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    Benjamin 2013-8-25

    May God blind you! About our country, they have all wakened up. Why don't disbelievers fight each others? Their eyes are directed here. Viva the intelligent state of Algeria!

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    ma kharaga 2013-8-23

    When the defence minister and chief magistrate of the country are paralysed puppets, bastards, thugs, and thieves, what can you expect of our generals?

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    merghad 2013-8-22

    May God protect us from the evildoers who put us through a black period. Now, we have a white Algeria. God protect us and may God help us Arab countries because before all else, we are Muslims and we do not accept this, especially what is going on in Egypt. May God protect us.

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      maman algérienne 2013-9-1

      We don't want war anymore. We've had our dose with the ten black years that we went through. No one supported us, everyone mocked us, and everyone looked at us like terrorists. Today, thank God, our poor children are beginning to breath again. There are people who want to do them harm. Leave us and our country alone. Long live Algeria! One! Two! Three! Long live Algeria!

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    Diab 2013-8-22

    I think that the title of this article does not reflect its content.

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      ratiba 2013-9-2

      I too think that the title has nothing to do with the content of the article. That being said, hats off to the Algerian army, effective as always!

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    mandar 2013-8-21

    I didn't like this article, and I hope that we'll forget it because at this time, I hope that we Algerians will do better at taking care of our children and teaching them the value of a nation, which paid dearly. Let each one of us ask "today, have I done something good for my country?", instead of always asking for a little more than we need. When it comes help from the North to the West directed and the South to the East. I pray to God that our economy becomes more prosperous and that we get started on a full plan and our leaders know that they are responsible and that history is written by those who were on the right side. One! Two! Three! Long live Algeria!

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    Hadi AEK 2013-8-20

    It's necessary to wage a merciless fight against all these dealers of death — the arms traffickers, drug traffickers, and, especially, the vile terrorists, who will stop at nothing! Long live the People's National Army!

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    karim 2013-8-19

    I do not agree with the title. Real terrorism is still raging in some pockets, aided by Algeria's vast desert territory. This is in addition to what's going on in Mali and Libya. The terrorism network is rooted throughout the world, but it must be recognised that the Algerian secret services have the upper hand. Long live Algeria!

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    makhloufi 2013-8-18

    And what if we were to wake up one day and open our eyes to an Arab world without bombs, car bombs or the mothers' tears?

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      gadi mohamed 2013-8-31

      Alas, there's no need to dream because the Arab world will never be united to live in peace!

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    toumi 2013-8-16

    It's the simple things that we learn by acquire experience to face the big situations. Unfortunately, Algeria didn't learn anything in all of this. Our ancestors said that the thief is often in the house. We will one day wonder why one of our own stole from us. Injustice makes miracles! The country will benefit from our weakness to eradicate this monster.

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    ammar 2013-8-16

    Why aren't mines planted along land borders as did France on Morris line?

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    Lilya. 2013-8-16

    There is no terror in Algeria, so start first by changing this title. Algeria is the country of peace.

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    mohamed 2013-8-16

    Long live the Algerian National Army!

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    hanan fath 2013-8-15

    A firm policy should be adopted in this regard by putting tight control on borders.

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    ABDOU 2013-8-14

    Stop tearing up your country! O Lord, if you knew the value of your country and your value as Algerians, you would weep blood! Be proud of being Algerians! What you are saying is serious. Anyway, God will hold you accountable o ungrateful. You come and spend the holidays and drop crocodile tears when you go there. You eat the resources of Algeria and Algerians, by God the greatest, you will be cursed because you are ungrateful. Anyway, it will never close its door in your faces o false Algerians who deny their origins! Don’t forget that for Mr Abdelaziz Bouteflika, it is His Lord Who has predestined power for him as you said even before he took shape in the belly of his mother. He didn’t appoint himself by force but by fate. But I forgot that this is the case of the starved. When he is saturated, he becomes a pig, except for those who don’t merit this. Now you know politics, democracy and make fatwas in religion. We shouldn’t worry about you. Do it there not here, leave us may God rest the souls of your parents in peace! Close your mouths! Algeria is your country, today is like yesterday. Forgive me, I am Algerian, my Algerian origins flow in my blood. One drop will produce 10 pure Algerian soldiers ready to die so that Algeria and Algerians live in peace. Don’t forget that the president restored your honour which was lost for the sons and daughters of Algeria. May God guide us and guide you. Brothers, let’s remain brothers and sisters, don’t make enemies laugh at us!

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      esma 2013-8-21

      Unfortunately, in most cases, these are mercenaries getting rich off Qatar and Saudi Arabia and indoctrinated by the CIA and Mossad in order to undermine the economies of the countries that don't bow down.

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    Syphax 2013-8-11

    The Algeria of Abban, Boudiaf, Khider, Amirouche, Ben Mehidi, Na Fadma N'soumer, Sheikh Ouheddad, Massinissa, Jugurtha, etc. has nothing to do with these Arab, fanatical-Islamist, racist, terrorist countries, which sow terror in the Muslim countries. True Muslims are tolerant and have love for others based on knowledge and respect.

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    khelifi 2013-8-11

    Why not plant mines all along the land border like France did with the Moris Line?

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    مراد 2013-8-10

    Karim El Amri the rotten!

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    kamel 2013-8-9

    Lies!

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    manoune 2013-8-9

    Long live Algeria!

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      falek 2013-8-25

      Long live the Algerian Algeria! I love you!

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    bba 2013-8-9

    I sifted through what I've read, hear, and lived through. I get that you have your religion; let me have mine — freedom, brotherhood, equality, I love these. Let's talk about what brings us together, not about what separates us. I love all of you. Let us write the same motto on the bastions of our Algeria: "Muslim and democratic." Certainly, I take responsibility for my actions.

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    MOUMOUH 2013-8-9

    We must exterminate the vermin.

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    boulete 2013-8-8

    This is no longer news; it's propaganda. Even your magazine enters into the dance. Morocco and Algeria are the same dirt.

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    El hakim 2013-8-6

    We should all be grateful for the sacrifices of all the valorous people in our People's National Army. The question I ask is if 2-3 weapons convoys were seized, how many convoys got through? The fight against terrorism must not forget about the people who are camped out in different levels of our public administration. These are the corrupt, thieving sources of injustice and bitterness, who only feed the terrorist networks.

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    Henni abderrezak 2013-8-4

    As I see it, terrorism is an organization that believes no matter what it is right, but at the same time uses means that go against these values! Of course, that is, if they even have these principles!

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    Hamadi Cherif 2013-8-3

    Long live Algeria!

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    BAHDJA HABIB 2013-8-1

    Thanks for having nationalistic men in our People's National Army who love to give security to our people, who have suffered a lot. Our country bothers a lot of Arab countries with its position towards politics and Islam. No one dictates its religion. We are a democratic country with Algerian Muslim religion. Algeria belongs to the political, democratic, and Islamic Algerians. Everyone has their own ideas and respect for others' ideas. Algerians do not like external political or religious ideas being imposed on the core of their country. The time has come to uncover these masked men, who work for those outside the country. Our Algeria belongs to us and we would die for our country. Dare lay a hand on my country and you will see what happens next: you will get a living hell as well as one in the afterlife. God protect our country from the Arab invaders.

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      mitaouli 2013-8-3

      Who are the Arabs, dear Arab?

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      ahlmed 2013-8-31

      Maybe you work for Sonatrach, sir, and that's why you are saying that. Don't forget that there is too much unemployment and too much money is flying left and right, by God! But, stay vigilant for our country because there is too much death... and may Allah protect Algeria and its neighbours, Egypt, Tunisia, Syria, Libya, etc. God bless you.

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    tati 2013-8-1

    It's logical that the army gets involved because if it hadn't, the continuation of this would stir fear.

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    issad cherif 2013-7-30

    Hi– Frankly, for a country like Algeria that's rich and faces this terrorism problem on its southern border, I think it's time to boost military capacity (for example, satellite surveillance) and invest in information (intelligence) by putting infiltrator agents in the wilayas affected by this.

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    mehdi 2013-7-29

    To those who don't like Algeria, I say you should be ashamed. Know that no one in the world likes you from the very moment that you stop liking our country. Know that you are abroad to serve the enemy of the people. Ooooone! Twooooo! Threeeee! Long live Algeriaaaaa!

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    mehdi 2013-7-29

    With the power of our People's National Army, we fear no one. May God protect our country.

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    mohme khahddou 2013-7-28

    Azul– I'd like to say that everyone is Amazigh.

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      jean-rené 2013-8-1

      Oh thank you! You made me laugh! This is a good joke — the joke of the day. Thanks all the same. Do you have any others like this?

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      faycal 2013-8-22

      Even the Jews …

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      malak 2013-8-25

      Muslim Amazighs.

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      fares.walid 2013-8-30

      Good evening! Is it possible to be acquainted with you?

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    AZIZ 2013-7-28

    We have a lot to do in terms of awareness for our young people to understand the political and economic stakes that dictate the interests of the great powers (and the great powers alone).

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    hakim 2013-7-26

    The children of France are the ones in control. We haven't yet achieved our independence to this day. My grandfather, my father and us paid the price. France hasn't gone yet.

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    REDOUANE 2013-7-25

    All those who know, but still continue walking into obscurity, will never see the light.

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    taleb fatimade naciria boumerdes 2013-7-21

    To our dear Mr President Abdelaziz Bouteflika– By God, I prayed so much for you. God answered my prayers and you are back here at home. All of us Algerians, men and women, love you so much. Be well, Mr President, and may Allah protect you.

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      rachid 2013-8-30

      Now you worship presidents, this is a catastrophe, by God! I have never seen people like you. This is a big shame, by God!

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    leulmi ahmed.BIRTOUTA 2013-7-19

    The sons of the harkis (collaborators) want our very dear country to burn, but thanks to our revolution and our martyrs and our well-united army, we will always remain united. Long live our dear president!

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    alilou 2013-7-18

    I'm proud to be an Algerian. Long live Bouteflika! Not like you Libyens who sold your country for cheap

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    Moh 2013-7-16

    The Westerners should not forget that they are the ones who created, fed, trained, and armed this filth, which they called "Islamist", against the USSR and Afghanistan. It is only normal that the dog bites the hand that feeds it! This backfires!

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    Farida H 2013-7-16

    All the Algerian people are very happy with the return of the best president. We wish him good health. May Our Very Powerful Lord grant him total recovery and complete peace.

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      amimer 2013-7-18

      That's your opinion, but but let it be clear to you that 80% of Algerians hate him. I'm not talking about the new "yes-man" generation. May he and his entourage, the bunch of thugs, go to Hell.

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      brahim 2013-7-20

      Do you really think?

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      l'africain 2013-7-21

      All the Algerian people???

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      Nabil 2013-7-28

      Spare us your stupid statistics!

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      CHAHINE 2013-7-31

      May God protect you!

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    KHAKSI AISSA 2013-7-15

    The People's National Army is called on to defend the country, especially where the sewers of Islamists' murderers burst: the Sahel countries. Everything is gone in a country that legalises criminal moderate Islamist parties. I think that these are the smiling face, but the mean side is no small affair. Chadli must be stirring in his grave at this incompetence.

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    LE PATRIOTE ALGERIEN 2013-7-14

    God protect us and let us live in peace. Look at Syria and Libya and Tunisia. Their conflicts have lasted and that's how it'll be all over the Arab world. Thank you. And our army is an Algerian constitutional army.

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    djassim 2013-7-11

    Happy Ramadan to all our soldiers, especially those in the 4th.

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    OUAZAR 2013-7-9

    I don't believe in anything in our so-called country, where everything is rotten and anyone goes and does anything. There's no room for the true men here among us, so all that remains is a real mafia, which runs this rich country, and the law and courts and so on are simply villainous words, which are tolerated without, of course, interfering with their positions. This includes, you, the Islamists. As they say, you're stuck between a rock and a hard place. We are these people, stuck in a real downward spiral, as we will be for a long time still.

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      essadik 2013-7-27

      Yes, Ouazar, you are completely right. The other comments are nothing but chicken feed for those who died.

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    Belkacem Smail 2013-7-4

    I'm an Algerian citizen. Long live our army! I wish them a lot of courage and determination! And I tell them, "The Algerian people are with you, and May God help you."

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    baghani 2013-7-1

    Cultural research.

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    azzam abdelrezak 2013-6-27

    An external enemy does not constitute a real danger for Algeria; on the contrary, it strengthens cohesion and solidarity within Algerian society. It's the internal enemy that constitutes a potential danger for Algeria and requires our urgent need to develop an intelligent strategy to eradicate them. As such, since our so-called independence, this enemy has secretly monopolized the government in Algeria and been able to engage the country in a downward spiral of violence and the destruction of Algeria's cultural, intellectual, and economic potential. These enemies know us and recognise each other. We, on the other hand, do not know them. The first cornerstone of our strategy is to unmask these enemies by asking the question "Who are they?" They are people of dubious origins, used in their time by France as a veneer to maintain colonisation. This is to say, they are the Gaids of Turkish, Syrian-Armenian, etc. origins.

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-9

      Thank you very much, my dear. This is pretty much the same opinion as mine. What's more, this country that is allegedly ours is completely rotten. Everything is blocked, and we do not really know who is who and who is running this country. –Bye

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      brahim 2013-7-20

      Harkis (collaborators) like Bencherif are the criminals who murdered the martyred Colonel Mohamed Chabani.

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      Diab 2013-8-21

      Chaabani (God bless his soul) was a mujahid, but upon our independence, he almost created a civil war with his pan-Arabism and rejection of the fighters i.e. the former officers in the French army. He revolted against his superior officers.

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      mmmmm 2013-9-8

      Forget the past and look to world peace!

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    Mouloud BELHADJ 2013-6-27

    Vigilance is necessary. It must be permanent and not occasional and for all types of trafficking, namely arms and drugs smuggling throughout our vast country. We need to track them relentlessly. Nevertheless, bravo, for the latest successful operations by our People's National Army.

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    fyfy brin d'acier 2013-6-27

    Your love, my dear, made me almost infinity. You relentlessly consume my spirit and my heart and make me soft like a woman, then, as the water fills the fountain, your love fills me again with a tender love, ardour and infinite strength. My love, Algeria, I love you forever.

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    miloud 2013-6-26

    Having a strong army ensures the future of the country. I take my hat off to the doers in our People's Army. Thank you, and may God protect you.

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    nabil 2013-6-25

    I'm an Algerian citizen. Long live our army! And in principle, we are with it to death!

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      hocine 2013-7-5

      If you salute all the army, know that you are saluting bandits with flags.

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      mustapha 2013-7-8

      Our army is the pillar of our Algeria. It is not a group of bandits with flags. It is constituted by children of the Algerian people. One! Two! Three! Long live Algeria!

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    ayoub 2013-6-21

    the algerian people are awesome

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    ahmed 2013-6-15

    Bravo friends! Algeria is our country. We must protect it, everyone in their own area. That way, we will help the army and all the security forces. Hats off. God protects Algeria. I am proud of our army. Respects and salutations to the Algerian army. May God protect it. Long live Algeria. The Algerian people have understood the message well. It's not longer like it was. In my opinion, the Algerian citizens support the security forces and trust them. Bravo! Long live Algeria!

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    SU 27 2013-6-15

    Algeria is the sixth continent in the world. –Thank you

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    chemlal 2013-6-14

    I respond to this article with dignity to salute and congratulate our army and tell them at the same time that we, the patriots, will be beside our army until death so that our beautiful Algeria may live. Algeria will never fall into the hands of the rotten. We will always fight. Allah Akhbar. Allah Akbar! Allah Akbar! Long live Algeria!

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    LAKEHAL ISLAM 2013-6-14

    I am honoured and overjoyed.

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    abderrahmane 2013-6-13

    The People's National Army, which is the worthy heir of the National Liberation Army and has the support of the Algerian people, knows what it must do to protect the territorial integrity of our vast and beautiful country. We have to just be vigilant since the black sheep who are paid by the Makhzen, Qatar and company are doing everything to destabilize this proud country. So, I urge all true Algerians to stop them. One! Two! Three! Long live Algeria, proud and glorious!

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    jasmine 2013-6-11

    Good gosh! There's an army in Algeria!? Where was it when the families were being slaughtered? What's the point of showing off?

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      djamel 2013-6-14

      This army was in Algeria. Moreover, it's thank to it that Algeria did not sink into the infernal depths of terrorism. Tinguentourine. Does that mean anything to you?

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      momo 2013-8-11

      You are not Algerian.

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      benkara 2013-9-4

      You know Belaouar. He's a pawn of the FLN. I know the song. I was in the South, in Bordj Omar Idris.

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    soheib 2013-6-8

    I would like to point out that my country, Algeria, knows its strengths and its weaknesses very well, and it is not afraid of an enemy that comes from the outside. The Security forces are there to contain them. But the problem lies in the behaviour of the fanatics who call themselves Algerians when they are doing their everything to bring this country to its knees and too blood and fire. The people know them and they are not fooled.

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    aly 2013-6-8

    Where there's a will, there's a way. Algeria has all the means—helicopters, audio equipment, infrared cameras, and everything. The desert is certainly vast, but we can significantly reduce the actions of the traffickers. The question lies in the will.

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    MEKADEMI ABDERRAHMANE 2013-6-5

    And in all of this, we would really like to get an idea of the total earnings from weapons sales in Africa and the West's interests in the near future.

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    ouarssnossi 2013-6-4

    The Algerians are not born yesterday. When they want to wage war, they do it seriously. Beware of the risks.

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    SORAYARAI 2013-6-4

    The only faction working for our country is the national army. Bravo!

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-11

      You too, you work. And I can tell which of us is poor. The more you talk, the more we regress. Bravo, sir, keep on working with them!

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    HN 2013-6-3

    Someone said, "Where is Algeria headed?" Only Allah Almighty knows. I am sceptical about the future of our children amid vultures, ignoramuses, and corrupt people, who have sucked Algerian blood. If our valorous martyrs were resurrected, they would weep blood. Allah willing, one day we will see the light. Amen.

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-9

      Don't worry, my dear. Our valorous martyrs died for nothing, and now, with our 35 million inhabitants, we need to really find the true, free, and right Algerians so that one day the true politics of democratic development by law and justice may be established in Algeria. But these men, the few who either were murdered or disappeared, have moved to other various foreign countries far from their country, where they can use their intelligence. A word to the wise!

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      fadou 2013-8-10

      Oh yes, this is the sad reality.

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    HN 2013-6-3

    Only God will be able to change the situation.

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    khellal 2013-6-2

    Algeria's not a small country, but is rather considered as a continent because it is a vast territory of more than 1700 kilometres and all are brothers and enemies. Long live Algeria! Long live Algeria!

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      amer 2013-8-2

      This is a nice article. –Thank you.

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    saadeverest 2013-6-1

    Bravo, friends of Algeria! This is our country. We must protect it—everyone in their own capacity. This way, we will help the army and all the security forces. Hat's off!

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      hamid 2013-7-9

      What army are you talking about? Shame on you for mentioning it. It is the source of today's problems. Also, for those who talk about independence, how did our president celebrate July 5th? He's still in France with the so-called enemies.

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      kelam 2013-7-20

      The People's National Army is the worth daughter of the National Liberation Army. These are the children of yesterday's and today's Algeria who are defending this country. Long live the People's National Army!

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      malak 2013-8-25

      I agree with you.

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    isha bounas 2013-6-1

    Bravo for your comment!!!

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    Rose 2013-6-1

    May God protect Algeria, God willing! Total destruction and annihilation await terrorists and all enemies of Algeria, with the help of God, amen O most merciful!

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    Bejaia Lounas 2013-5-30

    I am very proud of my country and would like to see all the hatred disappear. I also hope for a better life for all Algerians men and women. End terrorism for endless happiness.

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      tchakou 2013-6-17

      You speak of hatred. It will disappear once there are no more false mujahedeens. There were 30,000 during the revolution; now, after 50 years of independence, we have 7,000,000 false mujahedeens.

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-9

      Yes, exactly right. This is another piece of evidence that it's the law of the jungle and everything is rotten in our dear Algeria.

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    abdelkrim 2013-5-30

    We always say glory to our brave and glorious People's National Army! Look at what's going on on our border. One side wants to expand its territory at our expense! The other is sending weapons to terrorists etc...

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    mourad 2013-5-29

    I am proud of our army. Long live the Algerian army! Respects and regards! May God protect them. Long live Algeria!

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    bouhoufi belkacem 2013-5-28

    Incredibly true and impressive.

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    BOUSSAD 2013-5-28

    The National Liberation Army freed the country. And then the People's National Army assumed the dignified task of protecting it. Glory to the martyrs and long live our soldiers of all ranks!

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-11

      Thank you, my dear brother. Your comment deserve a job, and maybe you will soon be one of their applicants to go to work in a suit and tie of fine fabric.

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    moula 2013-5-28

    Algeria is supported by America and other countries.

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      kadi 2013-6-9

      Long live Algeria! Beware of those who dare to change our border. Okay.

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    SAAD YULLAN 2013-5-27

    Our Spiderman security system and our army are trained, efficient, intelligent, and courageous. Yet, human rights are not as up to standard and our conception of Islam is mediocre, with no coordination or any real cohesion. We still hope that when the salt flowers and the rule of law is born, we will finally be able to learn to live together in Islam and legitimate equality.

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    AMIN TITI 2013-5-27

    Long live the Algerian army!

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    habibo 2013-5-27

    God bless you my fellow countrymen! All the comments that I read give me the satisfaction of knowing that there are men and women in Algeria who defend the moral, spiritual and territorial integrity. I am proud of being Algerian. "Djazairi ou nousse ou khamssa ou aachrine" (Literally: One and a half time Algerian, 25 times Algerian!) Long live our country! Long live our army! Long live the Algerian people! Long live Algeria!

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-11

      Long live the Amazigh and JSK too!

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    boubakeur 2013-5-26

    Respects and regards to the Algerian army! And may God protect it! Long live Algeria!

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    zaki 2013-5-26

    We have to protect Algeria!

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    karchi 2013-5-26

    I am proud of our army! Long live them!

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    lamine bou 2013-5-25

    I want to find out how to go visit and get to know this country. This is a beautiful city.

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    فوزي 2013-5-25

    Fear God in your religion! The sanctity of the believer is greater than anything but you are killing and shedding bloods of Muslims. By God, they are agents of a foreign agenda.

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      zohrarazan 2013-7-11

      Happy Ramadan and happy new year!

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    alialgerien 2013-5-25

    The nation is sick like the sickness of the president. Every ailment has a medicine. Every ailment has cause. Causes should be treated from their roots. Algeria is a grace from God, so preserve it. This regime will disappear, God willing, and the sorcery will turn against the sorcerer. The truth will vanquish the falsehood. We call for the establishment of a constitutional council for the second republic based on rights, freedoms, equality and sharia.

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-9

      The Sharia!? No, my brother, you are talking about freedom, justice, and democracy. Why the Sharia? And if I am a minority, I don't want this. Why force me to be like you, dear sir. In this case, I am not your brother. So, I hope that in the future maybe we will have a true democracy.

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      Khenatsa 2013-8-27

      Sir– No one is forcing you to apply the Sharia. You have your private life and no one is bothering you. And, what's more, you are rejecting the Sharia and you have no idea what it's about. Tell me, what do you know about democracy? Personally, I'll tell you that I challenge anyone to tell me what country in the world has a perfect democracy. None. Moreover, what is democracy? For the Sharia, I am not going to tell you. It's up to you and you alone to do the research. Good luck. –Your brother.

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    bouzid pop 2013-5-24

    The Algerian people have understood the message well. It's not like it was before. In my opinion, the Algerian citizens support the security forces and trust in them. Bravo! Long live Algeria!

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    bouzid pop 2013-5-24

    We support further successes and prosperity for our security forces. Long live Algeria!

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    dz intique 2013-5-24

    Long live the Algerian army! It's always right behind the terrorists to their end! Long live Algeria!

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    katane 2013-5-24

    Everything is going fine, but …

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    abdelrezak 2013-5-24

    How can you say that you are Muslim and then kill so many innocents? Islam is a religion of tolerance, and God Alone has the power to judge us on our actions.

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    bessayah kamel 2013-5-24

    Greetings to you! I am Kamel Amazigh Amadyaz. Long live the Amazigh people!

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      Kamel31 2013-5-28

      Hi– My name is Kamel. Algeria is an Arabic-speaking country. Long live Algeria!

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-11

      You forgot something, my brother: JSK is Amazigh.

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    khamallah rachid 2013-5-23

    Long live the Algerian army and its soldiers, officers, non-commissioned officers, and its command. It is the great power of all Arab and African countries.

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      Abderrezak 2013-5-25

      Yes, long live Algeria! Down with its enemies!

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    samir habib 2013-5-22

    Security forces arrested a number of people involved in smuggling and members of a terror support cell.

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    rachid 2013-5-22

    All that is being said is lies. I know the media. It is a double-edged sword.

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    MAH2012 2013-5-22

    What we need through this forum is to increase solidarity among all Algerians in order to defend our country. This is urgent because the country is engulfed in serious conflicts, which require great vigilance from us. Let's put our differences aside. Long live Algeria and all security services!

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    ALIA 2013-5-21

    God bless our valiant Algerian army! Long live Algeria!

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    DIDOU LE JUSTE 2013-5-20

    If the Sahara is Moroccan, then why did you split it with Mauritania in 1975? Meanwhile, Algeria refused to build a port on the ocean like Hassan II Humiliator offered.

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    leila faten 2013-5-20

    Long live Algeria!

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    chaib1947 2013-5-20

    Everyone is "expecting" the fall of our country! Why? It's simple sadism or sick jealousy!!!

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    brahim tebbani 2013-5-20

    Do not underestimate the situation. Do the impossible to eradicate this bad seed.

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    ibramane ibra 2013-5-20

    The Algerian Army is the only hope of the people. May God protect it!

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    guernina yahia 2013-5-20

    Hand in hand to protect our dear Algeria!

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    messai 2013-5-19

    Where are the democrats of the world? We are at the end of the century. Yes, the French military doctors declared our president clinically dead. Where is the French media. Why do they want make the same scene as with Boumediene? No to hiding the journalists' responses.

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    mustapha 2013-5-19

    When I read the article, I was frightened. We are a peaceful people, who have suffered as martyrs. So leave us alone. Long live Algeria!

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      thaliza 2013-5-21

      Dear sir, you read my mind and said it for me. You took the words right out of my mouth. –Thank you

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      malika ziane 2013-5-23

      Do not fear anything. We are a united people. God is with us. Long live Algeria!

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    george 2013-5-18

    Your site seems interesting, and that motivated me to get your daily dispatches.

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    Boukhero 2013-5-18

    Bravo, Algeria!

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    MECHAI GHENYA 2013-5-18

    May God protect our young soldiers, who are risking their lives all the time. We are surrounded by evil, and their presence is very valuable. So, whatever it is we can do for them, we must not miss out on it. It seems that our lives depend on their integrity. I think that their love for their country has no limits. God save our country and its youth.

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    tobna 2013-5-18

    There's no place for terrorism in Algeria.

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    عبدو61 2013-5-16

    O Lord protect my country Algeria and all Arab and Muslim countries from the barbarous and bloody terrorism which doesn't recognise borders.

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      gourby 2013-5-29

      What about the others, the non Muslims, the Christians, Buddhists, and atheists? Are they less of men than the others? Do they not have a right to peace? May God protect us all and put peace in our hearts, God willing!

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    oumlichet 2013-5-16

    May God protect our dear country Algeria! We don't have another one. God is our mandate against them, Sidi Aissa and reformers of the country.

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    Slimanou 2013-5-15

    "A man may be broken, but never defeated!" Long live the brave men who care about our territorial integrity and our peace!

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    maamar 2013-5-15

    Viva Algeria, its people and army! May God protect our country for us!

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      malika ziane 2013-5-23

      We must not let our country be touched! Long live Algeria!

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      AMIN 2013-5-27

      I LOVE YOU MALIKA

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-11

      Yes, that's right! Long live everyone and down with us!

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    didou 2013-5-15

    Tackling terrorism starts with identifying the causes that created terrorism and acting at this level. The causes are known. They are injustice, corruption, rule for life, disrespect for values, ignorance, the absence of state, political vacuum, prostitution, debauchery, etc..

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      Barwit Ichmoul 2013-5-17

      No, the Islamists' obsession is clear; it is enforcing the Sharia with all the practices of the current regime: injustice, corruption, rule for life, disrespect for values, ignorance, the absence of state, a political vacuum, prostitution, debauchery, etc.—with the blessing of the Wahhabis.

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      moh 2013-5-23

      I completely agree. Once these problems are resolved, security will immediately come about. Long live Algeria!

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    juba 2013-5-14

    Long live Algeria and the Amazigh too!

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      leïla 2013-6-8

      The Algerian Amazigh, Chaoui, Targui, Arabs—they are all Algerian men and women full of hope and with their differences and their love of their Muslim country.

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      omriro 2013-7-20

      Yes, dear Leila, let us love our country no matter where we're from. Let us love this Algeria like we love our mother. Let us love our brothers and sisters from wherever they come and with all our heart and sole. Kabyles, Arabs, Chaouis, Mozabites — we can only adore and worship this proud Algeria.

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    ouatmani 2013-5-13

    Algerians are thirsty for information about their country. Your releases are very useful to us. Keep it up!

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    sawsane 2013-5-13

    Hi! Life is short. Everyone should live in his way and know his value all his life.

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      derradji 2013-8-22

      Who told you that?

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    طا هر 2013-5-13

    Viva the Algerian people always forever!

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    طا هر 2013-5-13

    Viva Algeria with its people and the army.

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      malika ziane 2013-5-23

      You said it well. Yes, long live Algeria!

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      KAMEL 2013-5-27

      Long live the army!

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    zaki 2013-5-13

    This is a very good article and excellent analysis of the info.

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    kacimodo 2013-5-12

    You're right, o daughter of my country Sihem.

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    kacimodo 2013-5-12

    Long live me! Long live the Algerians! And long live my Algeria!

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-11

      Amazigh! Amazigh! Amazigh! Amazigh!

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      Dany 2013-7-23

      You're obsessed. You only talk about Kabylie, as if the other regions don't exist. In this country, there are only Algerians, nothing but Muslim Algerians. Long live the People's National Army! Long live the security forces! Long live Algeria! Down with the traitors, terrorists and extremists!

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    kacimodo 2013-5-12

    Algeria is wonderful. I love you, Algeria.

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    mohamed 2013-5-11

    Long live Tunisia, Long live Algeria a united nation, God willing, against terrorism!

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    Tahar Badredine 2013-5-11

    Algeria has equipped with enough citizens who love their country to bar the route to the point of sacrificing their lives against all those who dare to knock on its sovereignty. That is the difference between a believer and unbeliever. The believer things that death is a… and is a…

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    nouas 2013-5-11

    All that I can say is long live Algeria! Long live the People's National Army! Down with the rats from the West and the deserters of their country!

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    باسليمان 2013-5-11

    O Lord protect our country and all Muslim countries, support our army wherever it is mobilized in all points in our Algeria!

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    sihem 2013-5-9

    Long live the People's National Army and the General Directorate of National Security!

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      salim 2013-5-17

      Thank you for your support, Sihem. ;-)

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    BENAISSA 2013-5-8

    Right or wrong, Algeria will remain and will stay the only country that we have and that we must love. Take the example of our valorous martyrs. They had only their lives, and they sacrificed what is dearest to human beings.

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    lamouize 2013-5-8

    May God protect Algeria from the catastrophes of blind terrorism!

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    Wina 2013-5-8

    Who are you kidding? The Algiers government, which is excessively Islamist in ideology, is pretending to fight al-Qaeda by allying with the USA and France that protect it in its work of dilapidating the country's resources. The moral of the story: oil has been the misfortune of the Algerians. Al-Qaeda may become its salvation. -Morality

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      El_Arabi_El_Acil 2013-5-12

      Before speaking about Algeria, you need to know Algeria just as much as its people. Without this, it is just blah blah.

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      baba arouj 2013-5-27

      Will salvation come from the bloodthirsty Al-Qaida? You are sick from smoking too much hashish, just like them!

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    azzouz lounes 2013-5-8

    Allah, Allah, we are living in our country with pride, just leave us Arabs!

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    karaoui 2013-5-7

    Our land is watered with the blood of our heroes, the martyrs. There is no need to be afraid. Our Great Lord protects it.

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    SEGHIR SAID 2013-5-7

    This is what needs to be done with these terrorists; otherwise, it will be a catastrophe! Bravo for the Algerian army! Keep it up!

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    kebbeb 2013-5-7

    These are servants of the West and America. Their profit is in destabilizing Arab countries like Iraq, Libya, Syria, etc. May God destroy you, oh vandals. For a handful of dollars you have massacred the Arab people.

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    BARKO 2013-5-7

    This article does not surprise me, and this is not the first time. The Moroccan regime is doing everything to discredit Algeria. Each time, I ask myself why is it that this regime is most assuredly working for the Zionists, who run its country, which is on the verge of bankruptcy. We, the Algerian people, know that we are governed by coldblooded people and we also know that the wealth is poorly divided, but our dirty laundry will be cleaned at home and you can keep your advice to yourself because, honestly, you truly need it. The Moroccan regime is trying by all means to collaborate with the Zionists and the enemies of Algeria to flood our country with a huge quantity of drugs in order to bring our youth to their knees. But, unfortunately, there are valorous men and women who defend this country to death. May God almighty preserve our so very beautiful country from the enemies of yesterday and today. Long live Algeria!

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      fouzia 2013-5-13

      Thank you for this beautiful message. –Thank you

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      Navigator 2013-5-22

      Algeria is a jewel. I will always defend it against those who don't like it or whoever thinks of messing with it. It is here to stay.

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      khalid 2013-5-24

      You reap what you sow.

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    ammiahmed 2013-5-7

    Peace to Algeria and glory to our martyrs!

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    isabelle aubret 2013-5-7

    Algeria forever.

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    massinissa 2013-5-6

    Algeria and the Algerians 100%!

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    f.m 2013-5-5

    These mercenaries are the remnants of Kadhafi who used to fight with him. When he died, they were dispersed in the Sahara. New Libya has nothing to do with this problem. It is the Algerian government which armed these mercenaries and terrorists to fight with Kadhafi. The Algerian government is reaping what it has sowed. Praise be to God!

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      Wina 2013-5-8

      Well said, FM.

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      emtir hacen 2013-5-13

      Excuse me, but the valorous Libyan people of Omar el-Mokhtar died and are dead and buried by this shame of a revolution that NATO supported and remote controlled. Regarding my country, Algeria, it has the Good Lord, its people, and its valorous ANP to defend it against all aggression.

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    noureddine 2013-5-4

    May God protect our beautiful country, Algeria.

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      OUAZAR 2013-7-11

      And protect yourself and your children at the same time!

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      abdenour 2013-8-3

      You're certainly from my rebellious region of Ath Yanni. And, by the way, I read your comments and they're fabulous. I would say to these people who run Algeria without understanding that nothing is more criminal than denying the culture of a race. I am Ayaniw and I will remain Ayaniw and I will die Ayaniw. Stay strong!

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    faiza 2013-5-4

    Algeria is well done with. Without Bouteflika, we are nothing.

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      moyo 2013-7-21

      As an Algerian, I apologize to the neighbouring peoples for the comments from the ignoramuses here.

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    nassim 2013-5-4

    The Makhzen are always looking for provocations. Such a shame. But we are not the same: they are sick. Our Algeria is still developing. We do not need the border open for smugglers. Long live Algeria!

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    Camelia Bibichou 2013-5-4

    Long live the Algerian Army!

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      rachad eldjazaire 2013-5-17

      That army that you love, there are several of them, and it's up to you too choose. There's also Khaled Nezar Medien's Intelligence and Security Department and you, the army, which are doing the killing.

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      moussa 2013-8-8

      May God bless you

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    younsi djamel 2013-5-4

    Where is the terror in Algeria? This is propaganda! Instead say "Terror in Morocco", you champions of propaganda!

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    younsi djamel algerie 2013-5-4

    Terror in Morocco, where there is a genocide of the Sahrawi people! You are spreading propaganda against Algeria. That will not work! Mind your own Jewish cemeteries in Cape Vert. That is more profitable for your policies! Salutations to the Jewish Satans!

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      Wina 2013-5-8

      You've got the wrong target, Mr Djamel Younsi. The Moroccans are not the enemies of the Algerian people. The overwhelming majority of us know our predators.

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    sahrane djillali 2013-5-4

    Our army has become more professional. Our People's National Army has particular experience in the fight against terrorism. Long live Algeria. Long live the Algerian National Army! Long live the former mujahidins! God bless the martyred mujahidin! Long live the security services!

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    lary 2013-5-3

    Long live Algeria!

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    josue 2013-5-3

    I congratulate our People's National Army and security services, which play a very important role and face on a daily basis the criminals that want to bring our country to its knees. A big bravo for our security services in general and the People's National Army in particular, which saved this gas plant thanks to their energetic intervention. Bravo a thousands times over!

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    sam 2013-5-2

    The biggest threat is not fundamentalist terrorism, but the political terrorism exercised by our rulers, who are impoverishing the people and who fatten up those who do what's in their interests.

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    algerienne 2013-5-1

    Long live Algeria and long live the Algerians and long live the Algerian army! It is our pride!

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    libya33 2013-5-1

    We will continue sending arms to all Mujahids. Libya will be the land of Islamic Caliphate and the starting point for jihad to support religion, let the despicable be despised! Viva free and proud Libya!

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      thor 2013-5-16

      Jihad against other Muslims—you are losing your compass. I agree on freeing Jerusalem, but you are acting the fool by waging jihad against Muslims.

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    Fouzi 2013-5-1

    I congratulate Algerian politics. Despite few taking notice, it is still the most intelligent in comparison to the politics of the neighbouring countries.

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    kamel algerie 2013-5-1

    Salam– You know that during the time of our Prophet (PBUH), the Jews wanted to undress a Muslim woman, and now they've found the opportunity with the Arab Spring of Misfortune.

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    oubeida 2013-4-30

    Glory to the lions of Algeria. May God protect them and strengthen the doubts of their enemies, God willing their leaders will be well. That's recompense for all the enemies of Algeria!

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    azzou 2013-4-30

    The real enemies are the industrial powers and the big international companies with the complicity of their governments. They are destroying the peoples and their countries in the name of democracy, human rights, etc. That is how they run their arms industry. Then, they come in with to rebuild the markets of these destroyed countries in order to keep their economies going. There's a saying that goes: "The imbeciles wage war and the intelligent profit from it. The Arab world lacks intelligence."

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      mostefa 2013-5-31

      You are absolutely right. The arms industries are very powerful. They influence the decision-makers to create armed conflicts throughout the world, and they are there to feed the war arsenal and continually refill the weapons stocks of the great powers.

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    علاء 2013-4-29

    We have a great army.

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    diamanka 2013-4-29

    Sorry, but I think that we Muslims struggle to recognise our enemies and we do a lot of wrong to our religion, which means peace, if we do not stand against the violence that is being associated with it. I think that Muslims—be they Sunni, Shiite, Tidian or whatever other confession—are brothers in our religion. So, Muslims of the world over, let us be united as the Prophet advised us in the Divine Message, which he faithfully transmitted. Our enemies are the ones who are killing us.

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      mostefa 2013-5-31

      In your opinion, should we welcome these terrorists with open arms??? And maybe we should help them with some money!?!

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    conscience 2013-4-29

    So long as there are men, Algerians have nothing to fear!

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    ROUCHAI 2013-4-29

    If all these forces are not remote-controlled by the enemies of Algeria and they want what is good for their country and their citizens (doubtful), they should sit around a table and discuss the ins and outs of their differences without any fratricide! I think that this was the wish of the martyrs of our independence.

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    محمد 2013-4-29

    May God defeat you, o followers of Khawarej!

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    zakaria 2013-4-28

    Long live the People's National Army! Long live the Department of Intelligence and Security!

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    houari boumedienne 2013-4-28

    The biggest imbeciles in the world are Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Morocco, Jordan, the Emirates, and Bahrain.

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    drzahaf 2013-4-28

    It is only Algeria that stocks in your craw. Die in your spite! Viva Algeria!

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      kadiro 2013-5-2

      Lies cannot build a country. My friend, you know Algeria only in name.

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    AKLI 2013-4-27

    I pay homage to our glorious army. May God protect our soldiers, who are our children! And long live Algeria!

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    toumi 2013-4-27

    There will be no revolt here. It's good here. We have gone through the fire in October 1988.

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    Kazi Tani - Nadjib 2013-4-26

    Why are they? Where did they come from? What are they after? What code are they receiving that they are calling "jihad" and whom is it against? Meanwhile, Israel is lynching children. The Algerian people—men and women—must mobilise to eradicate this dangerous virus, which is plaguing our lives. Long live our glorious army! May God protect us from this gangrene! Long live the Algerian republic! A great glory to the people who were able to support the pillars of their beautiful country.

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    slimani kamel 2013-4-26

    What do you think of this article?

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    moustapha 2013-4-26

    Algeria deserves better than these crocodiles, who are leading us into the unknown and who are preparing for the retirement abroad with money stolen from the people, whom they despise.

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      mostefa 2013-5-31

      If the Algerian army has attained this calibre, it is thanks to its leaders. We have great strategies!!! The Revolution of 1954-1962 and the Black Decade forged influential men and women to achieve an effective government in terms of military!!! I remind you that Algeria will launch its first drone on this coming July 5th, and it is 100% Algerian. It should be noted, but the way, that Bouteflika, God rest his soul, was the one who gave the green light for it to be made in 2010. As for those who took advantage of their situations for their own interests and those who are still in this case and still in power, we hope that our courts will be unwavering with them like our security services and People's National Army, which are unwavering toward all those who want to harm the Algerians and our dear country, Algeria.

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    ali 2013-4-26

    Glory to our valiant soldiers, the torchbearers of the National Liberation Army! Long live Algeria, free and independent!

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    mus 2013-4-26

    Fortunately, we have our army to watch us and protect our border. I would like to salute all our ground forces.

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    HOCINE 2013-4-25

    This is a kick in the nose for the jerks who denigrate the People's National Army (ANP). Imagine for a moment what would have happened on our border and throughout Algeria and the neighbouring countries without this last intervention.

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    KADDOUR 2013-4-25

    The small groups of terrorists would not be able to move around if it weren't for the assistance of smugglers on the border—they live symbiotically. The 4x4s have been driving around for 30 years, most of them stolen. And in order to cover themselves for air pursuit, the cars are coated with oil and covered with sand in order to blend in with the land. The groups at the source of this are notorious smugglers, who pay certain ground authorities to get through. And now, some of them have transformed into "jihadists", who are paid and financed with money, which, of course, has no smell. And every one of them continues in the same territory, but with different missions, all while preserving their old colleagues. Of course, the armed interventions in Mali changes the facts, but how are the people who are supplementing their income by granting passage going to compensate for these temporary losses?

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    Rina soleil 2013-4-25

    Long live our soldiers! May God protect them!

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    Rina soleil 2013-4-25

    May god protect our army, and we are proud of our soldiers. We need to eliminate all of the terrorists coming from abroad to destroy our adored country. –The Sun Queen

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    imed 2013-4-24

    The People's National Army has been, is and will always be the saviour of the country, God willing.

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    abdelkader algerien 2013-4-24

    Thank you and may God protect us and may we live in peace. Look at Syria and their conflict. It has gone on and on. It's going to be that way for the whole Arab world. –Thank you

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    rayane koutchoukali 2013-4-24

    There are men in Algeria. We have them, and life is quite distant.

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    hali ali 2013-4-24

    Bravo to our soldiers and their leaders. Our army is showing its effectiveness against the hordes from another age. Reason and intelligence have always won out over passion and delirium. Delirium is a morbid intellectual construct that develops outside of reality and that leads to erroneous and unshakable convictions or beliefs. This delirium motivates all the terrorists of the entire world, who must be eradicated willingly or unwillingly.

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    الجزايري 2013-4-23

    Viva Algeria in spite of Harki sons!

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    khodja 2013-4-19

    We pay a great homage to our People's National Army, the noble heirs of the National Liberation Army and guarantors of national security.

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    Echyle 2013-4-18

    Thank you for bringing this news.

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      lydia 2013-4-22

      Our countless thanks go to our valiant Algerian army. May god protect these mujahidins. We are very proud of having an army of this calibre. Long live Algeria!

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      kamiliou 2013-4-24

      All of my respect goes to our valorous Men with a capital "M" in the security services. May God protect you. God bless and reward you!

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      Hassina MAHMOUDI 2013-4-25

      So long as there are men in Algeria, our country will always be sheltered from these degenerates, who want to destroy the image of the country, and will fly our flag in the open sky, which is free and beautiful and smells of freedom and martyrs and the future, which is made and will be made by the men who ensure the security of our country and motherland before our mothers. The written or spoken word cannot express well this love which springs in each of us. H. Mahmoudi

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      ghali 2013-4-28

      Hello and respects to you too. Thank you!

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      Algerien 2013-4-29

      I wish President Bouteflika a speedy recovery.

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      ramzi amar 2013-5-3

      I have a simple questions for all the commanders: why bow down before this people from our country only when such incidents happen?

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