الثلاثاء، 29 يوليو، 2014



We all know the downright late leader Nelson Mandela 
But did you know 
Recognizes Nelson Mandela in his memoirs by the title "long path towards freedom" Bastelhamh to the values ​​of freedom of the Algerian revolution, he wrote: "the Algerian revolution is the model closest to the revolution the fact that the Mujahideen Algerians faced community important of white colonizers who ruled the majority of the people." 
He visited Nelson Mandela in 1961 and the combat units of the Algerian Liberation Army, which was stationed in the city of Jeddah on the border with Algeria, which was home to a rear base for the Algerian Liberation Army, and provide for securing the smuggling of arms to the rebels inside Algeria. 
And then was invited to the Moroccan city of Oujda on the border with Algeria, where he visited the fighting unit belonging to the National Liberation Army was fighting in the field. 
He adds leader Mandela in his memoirs, "They were an army commando featuring warriors earned their rank in the midst of wars and were Muluaan war and strategy rather than a combat uniform and military parades." 
Mandela wrote, "I know that our troops resemble more soldiers Algeria, and I hope to fight with such valor." 
In 1962, Mandela went to the mountains in Algeria, where he received inside and continued integration of a number of resisters in the ANC training camps alongside the Mujahideen of the Algerian National Liberation Army

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