MARTYR AL-ALAMA HAJ ALI MEKKI, A MARCH OF KNOWLEDGE AND JIHAD
He learned in the corner of the children of Sheikh Boudaoud (Daoud Al-Din) , then moved to the corner of Sheikh Bin Ali Al-Sharif in Jabal Akbu, then he moved to the corner of Sheikh Muhammad Abu Al-Qasim (Al-Hamil) to study jurisprudence and monotheism and obtained a Certificate of principals in jurisprudence and monotheism, especially the obligatory duties, then he worked as an employee in the children's house of Sidi Sheikh Bin Al-Nazir (Positively). He also worked as a teacher for a long time and called for building schools and built some of them with his own money. He moved in many parts of the country, performed the Hajj pilgrimage in 1935 AD, and during his travels, he became acquainted with scholars. Evacuated like the leader Husseini, he was influenced by Imam Abdul Hamid bin Badis and his case, he was exposed to several harassment by the colonial authorities during World War II because of his activities in the Association of Scholars Muslims and his land was confiscated and he was prevented from practicing his activity, until the glorious liberation revolution broke out in which he participated in it with all his might, despite his advanced age, he was imprisoned in 1955 AD, and was martyred on April 24, 1959 AD by firing squad. Shot with his brothers the 74 martyrs in the battle of Kingfisher Mansoura. He left one son and six daughters. The researcher who wrote the article is the granddaughter of the martyr Allama to his eldest daughter, Lalla Barakam, born in 1926 in Mansoura, Wilayat of Bordj Bou Arreridj, may God have mercy on him, may his soul rest in peace, his immaculate body is buried in his hometown in the village of Ahl Al-Hamra district of Mansoura. He also left in the cultural field a rich library and manuscripts in Islamic jurisprudence and ordinances.
Keywords: Hajj Ali Makki, Martyrs of the Revolution, March of Science and Jihad