Algeria and the era of Islamic states

It was not long after the establishment of Islam in the countries of the Maghreb until the eastern sectarian currents began to reach it, and one of the results of that was the establishment of several independent states in the countries of the Middle Maghreb (Algeria), some of which were established on Algerian soil and with Algerian arms, and others embraced by the country’s population after its influence expanded. And the cities of Tehert, Tlemcen, Ashir, Bejaia, and others are only evidence of the civilizational past of these countries.

Algeria and the era of Islamic states

It was not long after the establishment of Islam in the countries of the Maghreb until the eastern sectarian currents began to reach it, and one of the results of that was the establishment of several independent states in the countries of the Middle Maghreb (Algeria), some of which were established on Algerian soil and with Algerian arms, and others embraced by the country’s population after its influence expanded. And the cities of Tehert, Tlemcen, Ashir, Bejaia, and others are only evidence of the civilizational past of these countries.

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Algeria and the era of Islamic states

It was not long after the establishment of Islam in the countries of the Maghreb until the eastern sectarian currents began to reach it, and one of the results of that was the establishment of several independent states in the countries of the Middle Maghreb (Algeria), some of which were established on Algerian soil and with Algerian arms, and others embraced by the country’s population after its influence expanded. And the cities of Tehert, Tlemcen, Ashir, Bejaia, and others are only evidence of the civilizational past of these countries.