The Algerian revolution represents an immortal epic in the contemporary history of Algeria, with the sacrifices it made and the human and moral values it carried. The Algerian revolution (1954-1962) transcended its local framework to take on a global and human dimension. And it was able to secure a central position within the "decolonization project" thanks to its influence in its Arab and Islamic surroundings and among the national liberation movements in the "Third World".
Algeria was subjected to a cruel colonial campaign at the beginning of the modern period, during which colonialism attempted to steal their identity and remove compassion from within Algerians. Algeria set the most amazing and painful example on regaining its sovereignty and dignity. Resistance and struggle were the ways via which the Algerian genius shone. It was their destiny in contemporary history to write the greatest stories and paint the most beautiful pictures of sacrifice and dedication, and if the November revolution was a revolution of freedom and human values, our revolution today is a revolution of construction and rehabilitation.