WASHINGTON, DC (THE WEEKLY STANDARDS) — It is a happy day in Kabylie as its national movement unveils a new flag this weekend. But it is a bitter day, too, as the unveiling is taking place on the Place du Trocadéro in Paris, preferred site of exiled campaigns for human rights. In their way, so do the Kabyles, an admirable people who, though few, never give up on the dream. Today, we salute them. (Tamurt.Info reproduit dans son intégralité l’éditorial du dernier numéro du Weekly Standard)

Paris (Tamurt.info), Following a meeting of ministers of the Provisional Government of Kabylia , september 8 2014. Statement was transmitted to us. The Kabyles ministers, spent in reviewing the national and international events. For the Kabyle government in exile the Scottish referendum « opens a new horizon in international law that will reshape the geopolitical peacefully…

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