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Flickr Mohamed LARBI BEN M'HIDI (1923 – 4 March 1957) (Arabic: محمد العربي بن مهيدي‎), commonly known as Larbi Ben M'hidi or simply as Ben M'hidi, was a prominent leader during the Algerian war of independence..
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He is one of the six founding members of the Front de Libération Nationale (FLN; National Liberation Front) that launched an armed revolt throughout French Algeria and issued a proclamation calling for a sovereign Algerian state.Marcel Bigeard personally interrogated Ben M'hidi, and according to him would not allow him to be tortured. After two weeks of questioning, Ben M'hidi showed no sign of backing down, and Bigeard grew to like and respect him. During the interrogation, Ben M'hidi constantly stood up to his interrogators, due to the extensive pressure of the interrogation, insisting that Algeria would be victorious in the battle and that the Algerian people would be liberated. Bigeard was impressed with Larbi Ben M'hidi's defiance and dignity, even though defeated, he proved that he was in no way of form broken, mentally, physically or spiritually. When told the war was lost he responded by citing the 'chant des partisans' of the French Resistance: 'Another will take my place'.
Mohamed Larbi Ben M'hidi (1923 – 4 March 1957) (Arabic: محمد العربي بن مهيدي‎), commonly known as Larbi Ben M'hidi or simply as Ben M'hidi, was a prominent leader during the Algerian war of independence. He is one of the six founding members of the Front de Libération Nationale (FLN; National Liberation Front) that launched an armed revolt throughout French Algeria and issued a proclamation calling for a sovereign Algerian state.
Ben M'hidi initially commanded Wilaya V (the military district in the Oran region) and played an important role at the FLN's Soummam conference in August 1956. He headed FLN operations during the Battle of Algiers where he was the last member of the FLN's Comité de Coordination et d'Exécution (CCE; Committee of Coordination and Implementation). Ben M'hidi was a strong believer in that the revolution should be directed by "internal" rather than "external" revolutionaries.
He was captured by French paratroopers in February 1957. His death was announced in March 1957 by Pierre Gorlin, Robert Lacoste's press officer. The events surrounding his death were disputed, and contended by many that he was in fact tortured before being summarily executed. Many who knew him, have ruled out the possibility of him taking his own life, as was reported in the media due to his devoutness to his faith. In 2000, General Aussaresses admitted that Ben M'hidi was executed whilst in his custody. The exact truth regarding Ben M’hidi’s death remains a mystery to this day. Ben M'hidi is considered to be a national hero in Algeria, and is considered to be a symbol of the revolution that brought an end to French colonialism.Larbi Ben M'hidi was born sometime in 1923 in the village of El Kouahi, Ain M'lila, which was part of the Constantine department at the time. He was the youngest of six children. He attended a French primary school for his first school year, and then transferred to a school in Batna, so that he could continue his studies – this is where he received his primary school certificate (Certificat d'études primaires élémentaires). The Ben M'hidi family later moved to Biskra, where Larbi Ben M'hidi began secondary school. In 1939, he joined the Algerian Muslim scouts, where he became a group leader within a very short period of time.Ben M'hidi became a follower of Messali Hadj and was a member of Hadj's Algerian People's Party (PPA) during World War II, rapidly obtaining significant responsibilities within the movement. Ben M'hidi was arrested the following day [6] after the Sétif uprising against the occupying French forces in May 1945.The uprising was suppressed through what is now known as the Sétif massacre. He was arrested in Biskra and imprisoned in the Coudiat prison in Constantine for four months.The massacres committed by the French army in Setif, Guelma and Kherrata had completely shocked him. On March 15, 1946, Ben M'Hidi was released from prison due to an amnesty being granted to the majority of nationalists imprisoned for the 1945 riots. The PPA was disbanded following the 1945 Sétif riots, and was replaced in October 1946 by the Movement for the Triumph of Democratic Liberties (MTLD), also headed by Messali Hadj. In 1950, Ben M'hidi had been convicted in absentia and sentenced to 10 years in prison.[6] Ben M'hidi and eight other members of this movement soon grew impatient with Hadj, and decided to form the Revolutionary Committee of Unity and Action (CRUA), on 30 March 1954. During May and June 1954, they decided that French Algeria would be split into five areas; Ben M'hidi was assigned Zone 5, Oran. On 10 October, Larbi Ben M'hidi and five other members of the CRUA approved the transformation, thus giving birth to the National Liberation Front (FLN) and the National Liberation Army (ALN). At a meeting at the Climat de France, a house overlooking Bab El Oued, the FLN decided to launch an insurrection, which broke out in the early morning of 1 November 1954, and quickly escalated into the Algerian War. The outbreak soon became known as "Toussaint Rouge" (Red All Saints Day) as it coincided with the Catholic festival.The rebellion was conducted internally by Ben M'hidi, Mourad Didouche, Rabah Bitat, Krim Belkacem, Mohammed Boudiaf, and Mostefa Ben Boulaïd, while three more members (Hocine Ait Ahmed, Ahmed Ben Bella, and Mohammed Khider) were operating externally in Cairo. They later became known as "The Men of November".Ben M'hidi was designated Wilaya V (Oran), however, he encountered exceptional difficulties as the area had been recently struck by and earthquake and arms that were promised had not arrived.On 2 November 1955, Ben M'hidi took command of the Zone Autonome d'Alger (ZAA) and appointed Yacef Saadi as his aide. On 25 June 1956, a FLN tract authored by Ben M'Hidi and Abane Ramdane declared: "All executions of combatants will be followed by reprisals. For each FLN soldier guillotined, a hundred Frenchmen will be cut down."On 20 August 1956 a congress assembled in the Soummam Valley in the Kabyle. Ben M'hidi attended alone from Wilaya V (Oran). He also deputized for the "externals" in absentia, as he was the delegate to have been most recently in contact with their views. The first session was presided over by Ben M'hidi, with Abane Ramdane as secretary. Ben M'hidi had criticized the "uselessly bloody operations" which had given a bad impression on public opinion, specifically citing Zighout's massacre at El-Halia which had occurred exactly one year previously. He had also criticized Amirouche where perhaps over a thousand dissident Muslims had been "liquidated" in a village near Bougie. The conference lasted 20 days ending sometime in September 1956. The French authorities had no knowledge that many of their most important adversaries were assembled in one place.During the conference Ben M'hidi was elected along with Abane Ramdane and Krim Belkacem to the Comité de Coordination et d'Exécution (CCE; Committee of Coordination and Implementation) where they were given the responsibility in running the Algerian War of Independence.In August 1956, Ben M'hidi handed over Oran to Abdelhafid Boussouf and assumed command in Algiers, as he was given the responsibility after the election for launching the Battle of Algiers.In January 1957, he suggested the idea of an insurrectional strike. It took place on the 28 January 1957. It caught the attention of the world and the United Nations (UN).Ben M'hidi did not stay longer than two days in each hideout in the Casbah with his companions as two thousand paratroopers were searching for FLN members.Ben M'hidi was captured by Marcel Bigeard and his men on 23 February 1957 after receiving a tip-off provided by Roger Trinquier's network of informers. The details regarding Larbi Ben M'hidi's arrest are controversial, as there are several versions which contradict each other. According to French sources, parachutists burst into an apartment on Rue Claude Debussy, in the European quarter, and arrested Larbi Ben M'hidi in his pajamas. Apparently they thought they were on the trail of Ben Khedda, who was another leader of the Coordinating and Executing Committee (CCE). The other members of the committee had fled to the mountains or abroad (primarily Tunis). The photograph of his arrest was published the following day in all the newspapers in Algiers. The photograph showed Larbi Ben M'hidi with handcuffs on his wrists and ankles, with a cheerful brave face. Ben M'hidi also appeared in video footage released by the French press, alongside Brahim Chergui, the liaison chief of the Zone Autonome d'Alger (ZAA) who was arrested on the 24 February 1957. Ben M'hidi was seen to be smiling towards the camera, and exchanging words with the armed paratroopers. He was handcuffed and had his feet shackled on the video footage, unlike Brahim Chergui. The video footage was taken in El Biar at then Colonel Bigeard's command post.Larbi Ben M'hidi in custody.Marcel Bigeard personally interrogated Ben M'hidi, and according to him would not allow him to be tortured. After two weeks of questioning, Ben M'hidi showed no sign of backing down, and Bigeard grew to like and respect him. During the interrogation, Ben M'hidi constantly stood up to his interrogators, due to the extensive pressure of the interrogation, insisting that Algeria would be victorious in the battle and that the Algerian people would be liberated. Bigeard was impressed with Larbi Ben M'hidi's defiance and dignity, even though defeated, he proved that he was in no way of form broken, mentally, physically or spiritually. When told the war was lost he responded by citing the 'chant des partisans' of the French Resistance: 'Another will take my place'.General Jacques Massu, however, was frustrated with Bigeard's slow progress, and arranged for Ben M'hidi to be transferred into the custody of Major Paul Aussaresses. According to a report to the CCE on 4 March 1957 made by an FLN spy who had been working in the Algiers police headquarters, Bigeard “was unable to prevent Ben M’hidi being handed over to men of a ‘special section’ of the paratroops. These interrogated him on their own initiative, and killed him last night.”. Under Aussaresses, Ben M'hidi was tortured, and then driven to an isolated farm 18 kilometres south of Algiers, where he was hanged – "to make it look like suicide".On 6 March 1957, Pierre Gorlin (Robert Lacoste's press officer) announced that Ben M'hidi "had committed suicide by hanging himself with strips of material torn from his shirt". His body was later transferred to Maillot hospital in Algiers. On arrival, two French medical officers stated officially after examining him that he was already dead. General Jacques Massu claimed that Ben M'hidi was "still breathing" on his way to hospital after hanging himself with an electric flex during the night.
General Aussaresses admitted in 2000 that Ben M'hidi had been killed by the state, as had the lawyer Ali Boumendjel.General Bigeard said he had respect for Ben M'Hidi and that he regretted his death.not in citation given] Bigeard had declared himself 'sickened' by the news that French troops had assassinated Ben M'hidi. Another French Army officer, Roger Trinquier, claimed that Ben M'hidi had been killed, but not tortured: "I know that all of you think we tortured him to death, but we did not ... We shot him to death, but we gave him a guard of honor before we shot him". However, Aussaresses' confession appears to contradict this account. Trinquier also regretted Ben M'hidi's death, stating: "I didn't want to shoot him. I had never met anyone like that ... I would have liked to see him as le président de la France."
After Independence one of the main place of Biskra was renamed Place Larbi Ben M'hidi.
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Arab heads of state in a meeting during the 1964 Arab League Summit in Cairo. Seated at the table counterclockwise: President Abdul Salam Arif of Iraq, President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt, King Saud of Saudi Arabia, King Hussein of Jordan, Emir Abdullah al-Sabah of Kuwait (unseen), Crown Prince Ali Hassan of Libya, not available, King Mohammed of Morocco (unseen), President Amin al-Hafiz of Syria, President Ibrahim Abboud of Sudan, President Habib Bourghiba of Tunisia, President Ahmed Ben Bella of Algeria, Chairman Ahmed Shukeiri of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
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Flickr Ahmed Ben Bella T-shirts - Peace does not - Love & Friendship Tshirts
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Ahmed Ben Bella on board a ship from Barcelona to Algiers waving at his supporters on his triumphant return to Algeria after being exiled. Circa 1991 - Baptism of Fire, now available from Amazon
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17 May 1964 --- Original caption: Premier Nikita Khrushchev/ President Gamel Abdel Nasser of the UAR and President Ben Bella of Algeria at Karnak Temples. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS
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Commemorative site of the allegiance of the Emir Abdelkader - Derdara Ghriss, Mascara. twitter.com/Mascara_Algeria
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1961, France --- Mohamed Ahmed Ben Bella went on to become Algeria's first President. --- Image by © Corbis
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Ahmed Ben Bella, militant leader in Algeria’s struggle for independence, dies at 95

By Adam Bernstein, Thursday, April 12, 2:19 AM

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Caption: 1963. Ahmed Ben Bella, Algeria's first president visits a school for the blind near Robert Setters home.

Citation: Mennonite Board of Missions. Photographs. Algeria Pax, 1955-1963. IV-10-7.2 Box 1 folder 27, photo #51. Mennonite Church USA Archives - Goshen. Goshen, Indiana.

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Les parents de Michel Jobert, (1921-2002), homme politique français de la Vème république, né Ruelle Faidherbe à Meknès, proche de Georges Pompidou puis ministre de Mitterrand, possédaient une ferme quelque part dans cette plaine.

Meknès – Cité Interdite

Par Jean-Pierrre Péroncel-Hugoz pour le monde fr.

Le nifé de la capitale du Zehroun, son point modal, là où l’énigme de Meknès vous fait bourdonner les oreilles, c’est peut-être cette simple voie asphaltée de quelques centaines de mètres, souvent déserte, courant tout droit vers Bab-Rih, entre deux hauts et vieux remparts sans ouvertures.

On n’est pas censé savoir que, derrière l’un de ces murs, le jardin des Sultans maintenant recèle, c’est le mot, un golf tout bête. A deux pas, le Méchouar royal conserve toute l’opacité souhaitable, comme ces mosquées providentiellement fermées aux non-musulmans, et d’ailleurs quasi introuvables dans de dédale médinéen.

Au creux de ce double rempart, on se croirait en Chine, dans un mélange de Cité interdite et de Grande Muraille. À Pékin ou au Jehol, l’ex-empire du Milieu rejoint d’ailleurs parfois l’Empire chérifien, avec leurs mêmes parois d’argile lissée à main d’homme, boiseries rouge anémone et faïences jaune acide. Sans parler des yeux berbères bridés….






Impression inédite, en revanche – ou alors, là, il faudrait convoquer les palais équestres de Chantilly ou de Versailles -, dans les colossaux entrepôts et écuries de Moulay Ismaïl (1747 – 1672 – 1727), le Sultan -Soleil qui demanda la main d’une fille de Louis XIV, laquelle craignit la concurrence de dizaines et plus d’autres ‘reines’… Plus tard, sous Mohamed III, une demoiselle corse, Davia Franceschini (née en 1756), eut moins de scrupules et se targua d’être « l’impératrice de Maroc, égalant Marie-Antoinette »….

Sous la centaine d’arcades géantes « à la grandiose architecture barbare » (Jules Roy) et dont chacune pourrait fournir un arc triomphal, croissent aujourd’hui ronces et ricins ; on y abritait jadis les 12.000 destriers de Sa Majesté alaouite, deux palefreniers au moins par monture et des pyramides de foin et grain jusqu’aux plafonds. Lorsque Delacroix, vers 1830, accompagna ici l’ambassadeur de France et y croqua Abdrrahmane 1er, descendant d’Ismaïl, pour le plus grand profit, de nos jours, du musée toulousain des Augustins, Meknès avait encore belle allure, malgré séisme et défaveur.






Médina Meknès

Le protectorat français (1912 – 1956) devait sauver le périmètre en dessinant un spacieux et arboré quartier neuf sur l’autre rive de l’oued Boufekrane, où le roi actuel du Maroc vient de construire une mosquée palatiale splendidement couverte de tuiles vertes (mosquée Mohamed VI) à l’instar de la beaucoup plus modeste coupole de Sidi-Aïssa, littéralement « Saint-Jésus » (mais rien à voir avec le Christ), qui, le long de la médina, attire les fidèles de la confrérie panmaghrébine aïssaoua. Ces pèlerins, dont certains sont prêts à se soumettre à des épreuves sanglantes en l’honneur de leur fondateur, prédicateur populaire d’il y a quatre cent ans, font jaser les dévots bourgeois musulmans de Fès ou de Rabat, enclins, eux, à parler de « pratiques quasi païennes autour de ce marabout… »



L’agglomération meknassi compterait en 2004 pas loin d’un million d’âmes, soit dix fois plus qu’en 1700, où la population locale coexistait avec 25.000 captifs chrétiens. La mini chapelle Notre-Dame de l’Olivier, où entendent à présent la messe les quelques catholiques résidant encore à Meknès, est organisée autour d’une modeste statue de la Vierge, en thuya, que priaient les prisonniers du XVIIe siècle. E temps a passé aussi sur les massacres de civils européens commis soudain, ici, en octobre 1956, dans un accès d’ultra nationalisme chauffé a blanc par l’interception française de l’avion chérifien transportant vers Tunis cinq chefs de l’insurrection algérienne, dont Ahmed Ben Bella.

Du coiffeur au taximan, du sous-lieutenant dans l’armée de l’air à l’agronome formé au Québec, les Meknassis font de nos jours assaut de francophilie, tout en continuant, il est vrai, à professer le plus vif patriotisme local. Un boulanger vous prend par le coude afin de vous montrer, ruelle Faidherbe, la maison natale de Michel JOBERT (1921 – 2002), « pied-noir marocain et fier de l’être », sur laquelle Hassan II fit apposer une plaque laudative du vivant de feu le ministre souverainiste de Pompidou et Mitterand.

Au pied des ruines latino-berbères de Volubilis, au cœur même du djebel Zerhoun, le voiturier agit dmême pour vous faire apercevoir, dans une oliveraie proche, « la petite ferme des parents de M. JOBERT ». Toute bonne bibliothèque, par ici, renferme La Rivière aux grenades, roman autobiographique nord-africain du futur champion de l’indépendance française face à Washington.

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French deputy and former head of the French Socialist party Francois Hollande (R) and former Algerian President Ahmed Ben Bella (1962-1965) احمد بن بلة pose for a picture during their meeting, on December 8, 2010 in Algiers. Hollande pays a three-day visit to Algeria.
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1967. An interesting mixture of french and arabic culture. Ahmed Ben Bella was the hero,if my memory serves me right.
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Ahmed Ben Bella (Maghnia, 25 dicembre 1918) politico algerino, esponente dell'ala più radicale del movimento di liberazione nazionale d'Algeria, considerato il padre della patria algerina. Fu il primo Presidente dell'Algeria.
Dopo aver abbandonato il movimento nazionalista fondato da Messali Hadj, a cui aveva aderito subito dopo la fine della Seconda guerra mondiale, diede vita ad un movimento rivoluzionario autonomo, e quindi, durante un forzato esilio in Egitto, al Fronte di Liberazione Nazionale ed all'esercito clandestino (1952) che nel 1954 iniziò le azioni militari in grande stile. Nel 1955 i francesi lo arrestarono. Liberato in seguito agli accordi di Évian (1962), che sancirono l'indipendenza dell'Algeria, fu prima vice-presidente e poi presidente del Consiglio dei ministri del nuovo Stato, estromettendo via via dal potere i suoi avversari di destra e di sinistra. Promosse un arduo piano di riforme sociali, ma la sua attività fu bruscamente troncata da un colpo di Stato militare guidato dall'antico compagno d'armi Houari Boumedienne.
Amato dal popolo algerino come pochi altri capi rivoluzionari; il suo nome scandito ritmicamente era il grido di guerra dell'Armata Popolare di Liberazione. La sua popolarità venne però scossa dalla necessità di mantenere un difficile equilibrio fra nazionalisti e progressisti all'interno, fra Europa ed Unione Sovietica all'estero, il che lo condusse alla rottura con i comunisti cercando una Via algerina al socialismo. Inoltre, la rapididità con cui volle imporre il processo di riforme sociali ed economiche gli inimicò anche le forze della borghesia.
Nella foto: Ahmed Ben Bella fotografato a Roma.

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Flickr President Ahmed Ben Bella of Algeria and Gamel Abdel Nasser of Egypt during the early 1960s.
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Ahmed Ben Bella of Algeria and Gamal Abdel Nassar of Egypt.
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