Kabylie

Kabylie or Kabylia (Berber: Tamurt n Leqbayel), is a region in the north of Algeria.

It is part of the Tell Atlas and is located at the edge of the Mediterranean Sea. Kabylie covers several provinces of Algeria: the whole of Tizi Ouzou and Bejaia (Vgayet), most of Bouira (Tubirett) and parts of the wilayas of Boumerdes, Setif, Bordj Bou Arreridj and Jijel. Gouraya National Park and Djurdjura National Park are also located in Kabylie.

Read more about Kabylie:  Geography, Ecology, Population, Economy, Politics

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Lamara Douicher - Honours
... Won the Algerian Cup with JS Kabylie in 2011 Won the Algerian league three times with JS Kabylie in 2004, 2006 and 2008 Won the CAF Cup twice with JS ...
Sid Ali Yahia-Chérif - Club Career - JS Kabylie
... However, Yahia-Chérif chose to stay close to home, signing a three year contract with JS Kabylie ... made 31 league appearances, scoring 10 goals, as JS Kabylie finished third in the domestic league ... goal in the return leg against Tunisian side Club Africain as JS Kabylie won 1-0 and advanced 2-1 on aggregate ...
Movement For The Autonomy Of Kabylie
... The Movement for the autonomy of Kabylie (MAK Kabyle Timanit i Tmurt n Yeqbayliyen French Mouvement pour l'autonomie de la Kabylie) is a is a non-violent autonomist Kabyle political organization seeking ... President of The Provisional Government of Kabylie in exile, after the "Black Spring" disturbances in 2001 ... regional autonomy for the province of Kabylie, which according to Mehenni could be the "first step towards a federalist Algerian State" ...
Tarek Hadj Adlane - Honours
... Won the African Champions League once with JS Kabylie in 1990 Won the African Cup Winners Cup once with JS Kabylie in 1995 Won the Algerian League three times with JS Kabylie in 1989, 1990 and 1995 Won the Algerian Cup three times Twice with JS Kabylie in 1992 and 1994 Once time with USM Alger in 1999 Won the Algerian Super Cup once with JS Kabylie in 1992 Finished as the top scorer of the Algerian League three times with JS Kabylie in 1990 (24 goals), 1993 (18 goals) and 1994 (23 goals). ...
Kabylie - Politics
... parties have their principal support base in Kabylie the FFS, led by Hocine Aït Ahmed, and the RCD, led by Saïd Sadi ... The MAK (Movement for the autonomy of Kabylie) also emerged during the Black Spring ... It is a political movement that militates for self-government in Kabylie ...