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Mekhloufi DJAMEL, Belalia MILOUD, Khaldi BELARBI

MANIFESTATIONS OF MILITANT UNITY IN THE MAGHREB BETWEEN 1926/1958 (ALGERIA ‎‎- TUNISIA AND THE MOROCCO AS A MODEL

The submission of the Maghreb countries (Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco) to the ‎french and spanish occupation, and its arbitrary practices and crimes ‎committed against the peoples of the region made these peoples more cohesive ‎and harmonious, this increased the feeling of loneliness and any event in one ‎country would soon resonate in the rest. At the beginning of the twentieth ‎century, the call for struggle began to grow among political and reformist elites ‎and leaders of Maghreb national movements.‎ ‎ Maghreb awareness associated with the idea of the unity of the Arab Maghreb ‎in the interwar period increased to develop further after world war II, and these ‎countries did not rely only on the countrie national struggle, however, it adopted ‎the Maghreb dimension based on collective confrontation and the unity of the ‎historical and civilized system, and this stability was embodied and crystallized ‎in parties, associations and committees that had a major role in embodying the ‎common Maghreb struggle, this steadfastness was embodied and crystallized in ‎parties, associations and committees that played a major role in embodying the ‎common Maghreb struggle. The idea of Maghreb unity represented an important ‎endeavor in the activity of Maghreb national movements and the coordination of ‎the joint struggle through its various stages in the three countries.‎ Research Objectives : This research paper aims to shed light on the Maghreb ‎struggle against occupation in the countries of the Arab Maghreb, including ‎french and spanish, during the contemporary period, and the interaction of the ‎parties of the national movement in resisting the aggressors, Then highlighting ‎the development of the Maghreb struggle after the end of world war II in ‎strengthening solidarity among the peoples of this arab region to gain arab and ‎international support for liberation and unity

Keywords: Maghreb, Maghreb Liberation Office, Maghreb Unity‎

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.28.22


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