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February 4, 2011 Touareg reject allegations of the Congress Amazigh World (Computer translation of the letter) Link to letter From: Mr.
Mansour Mohamed Ali Ag Hudyata his capacity as Chairman of the Assembly of Mali called "Youth Society North of the Republic of Mali", rejects the allegations of the World Amazigh Congress, that the Tuareg people are Amazigh.
Mansour Mohamed Ali Ag Hudyata President of the General Assembly (There is no telling what will happen when the Touareg find out that the very SAME type of invader descends people, are in the north and Arabia, also proclaiming themselves to be ARABS).
"Moor" is problematic because of its shifting significance.
(Excluding Egypt) In many cases, the demographic history of North Africa closely parallels that of the United States: In that Europeans, and in this case Turks also: first colonize, and then the descendants of the colonizers fight a war of liberation from their original homelands, for sole claim to the conquered territories.
And as in the Americas, the native populations were massacred, marginalized, impoverished, and relegated to the hinterlands.
The Assembly of the Republic of Mali Youth North strongly rejects such nonsense and false stories claimed by Congress Amazigh World through the media that the Tuareg of Mali and Niger, are Amazigh, and stresses that this claim is false is not based on a scientific basis. Belkacem Lyons specializes in chemistry who viewed this trend shameless does not have any historical background to prove this myth, but proven by all history books, trusted that the Tuareg are of Arab descent, and crafts Targi has to do with Arabic calligraphy, this is the asset Targip known since a long time immemorial, and we believe such stories would fall within the Tuareg of the elements of client-related third-party suspicious.
Old Saxon, Middle Dutch, Dutch meer "swamp," Old High German muor "swamp," also "sea," German Moor "moor," Old Norse mörr "moorland," marr "sea"), perhaps related to mere (n.), or from root *mer- "to die," hence "dead land." In the languages of the people who called the Berbers Moors: we see a common thread that the word "Moor" relates to a Topographical feature of the Earth - i.e. BEING MINDFUL THAT NORTH AFRICA IS MAINLY DESERT: It would seem that Moor originally meant "People of the North African Wastelands/Deadlands" (Deserts). According to some sources, North Africa was the site of the highest state of development of Middle Paleolithic flake-tool techniques. C., are called Aterian (after the site Bir el Ater, south of Annaba) and are marked by a high standard of workmanship, great variety, and specialization. They were executed by a hunting people in the Capsian period (named after the town of Gafsa in Tunisia - it was a Mesolithic culture of the Maghreb, which lasted from about 10,000 to 6,000 B. It was concentrated mainly in modern Tunisia, Algeria and Cyrenaica (part of ancient Libya), with some sites attested in southern Spain to Sicily).
All of the above gives us good examples of how the word "Moor" was used, but not what the word Moor originally meant.
Logically, the word Moor could not possibly have meant "Black" because that would make no sense.
The industry appears to have spread throughout the coastal regions of the Maghrib between 15,000 and 10,000 B. Neolithic civilization (marked by animal domestication and subsistence agriculture) developed in the Saharan and Mediterranean Maghrib between 6,000 and 2,000 B. This type of economy, so richly depicted in the Tassili-n-Ajjer cave paintings, predominated in the Maghrib until the classical period.
The amalgam of peoples of North Africa coalesced eventually into a distinct native population that came to be called Berbers.