le combat de charlie hebdo est aussi le mien

Many political leaders marched together in the French capital last Sunday. But in some of these countries represented by these leaders the concept of freedom of expression is a remote concept.

One of the writers in Algeria is the fifth voice in this short series. His name is Kamel Daoud. Recently an islamic leader announced a fatwa on this writer. I have posted about this fatwa some days ago. So this man feels connected to the situation at Charlie Hebdo. 

L'écrivain algérien, finaliste du Prix Goncourt 2014 avec <i>Mersault, contre-enquête</i>, s'est exprimé en réaction à l'attentat perpétré contre Charlie Hebdo.

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I enjoy reading about Africa. New books. Old books. By African writers. By non-African writers. Novel. History. Travel. Biographies. Autobiographies. Politics. Colonialism. Poetry.

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