Lies and propaganda of Wilkopedia about village of Messaoud Boudjriou in Algeria !

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Lies and propaganda of Wilkopedia about village of Messaoud Boudjriou in Algeria !

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Messaoud Boudjriou
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Messaoud Boudjriou
Arabic name مسعود بوجريو
Country Flag of Algeria Algeria
region Constantine
wilaya Constantine
Daïra Ibn Ziad
ONS Code 2511
Population 9,050 inhab. (2008)
Density 85 inhabitants / km2
Coordinates 36 ° 25 '28 "North, 6 ° 28' 21" East
Altitude Min. 598 m
Max. 598 m
Area 106.60 km2
Location of the town in the wilaya of Constantine.
Location of the town in the wilaya of Constantine.
Geolocation on the map: Algeria
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Messaoud Boudjeriou (formerly called Aïn Kerma) is a commune in the Wilaya of Constantine, Algeria.

Summary [hide]
1 Geography
2 History
3 Toponymy
4 Demography
5 Economy
6 Personalities related to the municipality
7 Bibliography
8 Notes and references
9 Related Articles
Geography [edit | change the code]

Palm tree of Khneg in Messaoud Boudjriou, Wilaya of Constantine
Located 15 km from the chief town of the Wilaya of Constantine, this town is built at the foot of a small mountain range extending over at least 10 km and culminating at 700 m in height. This mass is raised and wet. Its forests contain a very varied flora, trees generally of the Mediterranean type, for example: the fir, the cedars, the oaks, etc. The plant species are very varied, whether migrating or endemic.

The climate and geographical characteristics of this municipality favor the variety of animal species ranging from small insects to large carnivores, such as wolves, hyenas, fox, weasel and omnivores, namely wild boars, rodents, Birds of the genus carduelis, raptors, and many other species. Recall that with the dam, considered among the largest in Africa, this town will experience changes in ecosystems and biotopes.

History change the code]
The commune was called Tadjemoult (the shell by its gardens-in Berber) before the French colonization1, and this until the time of the end of Ottoman reign followed by the French colonial period during which this last one was promoted like Town hall in 1874 belonging to the great Constantine. It is therefore among the oldest municipalities of the wilaya of Constantine. The irony is that it has lost its economic dynamism after independence, a period when we stopped mining, where agriculture and livestock breeding will become the only ones sources of life for its inhabitants. This has led many of its inhabitants to leave this town to live in other mild places, namely the city of Constantine and some neighboring municipalities.

Let us also remember that during the colonial era, following the launching of a grenade in the public market, the colonial administration resorted to a policy that could not be more repressive against the populations of this commune which, in the eyes of the settlers, would have hosted and given lodgings and cutlery to the FLN fighters. A whole city -communal- was burned where lived the majority Muslim, leaving its inhabitants without roofs, nor elsewhere stables for their cattle, forcing a large part of them to leave their commune to join the city of Constantine in the hope to find safety and above all a roof for their children.

Among the most powerful and rich colonists of the town, mostly farmers from Alsace and Haute-Savoie, we can mention: Raoul Felter, François Roy, Louis Prin, Adolphe Sylvain, Didier Felter, Truffaut.

It is said that this commune was so rich, prosperous and pretty that its notables were not slouching on their means to organize Balthazar feasts to display their wealth to visitors who came from neighboring municipalities, Constantine included, to spend the week-end. ends in this very flowery corner as well by its roses of all kinds as by its trees very varied, especially fruit trees (Ain Kerma known of Mimosa, Lycium barbarum, Punica granatum, Olivier, White mulberry, black Mulberry, etc.). It is said that even one of Ain Kerma's notable would have invited the great singer Aissa Eljermouni, according to the title of one of the famous songs that means everything [archive].

It should be noted that Messaoud Boudjriou was promoted as a post-independence Algeria commune only during the administrative division of 1984. Before, that is to say, just after independence, it was only a village belonging to the Dara de Mila, Wilaya of Constantine.

Among the mayors who managed the affairs of this town during colonization and after independence, we can mention:

es de BeaufuturPierre ThiéryBounemeur LakhderBoursas Foudhil.Cherouana Abdellah (removed from office during the interruption of the electoral process) .Mazouzi Youssef (murdered by armed groups) .Ben Kalia Abdellatif (transitional phase) .GouassemBoudraa Sebti.Toponymie [edit | The commune of Messaoud Boudjeriou was baptized, on July 15, 1989, on behalf of the chahid Messaoud Boudjeriou.Démographie [edit] In 2008, the population of the municipality amounted to 9,050 inhabitants2.One of the gardens of Messaoud Boudjriou.Messaoud Boudjeriou is located near the ancient Roman city of Tiddis, reported for the first time by Creully in 1853 [archive], and thanks to the initiative of the famous university professor and prefect of Constantine Mr. Max Bounafous, who became Minister of Agriculture of the French Republic under the chairmanship of Pétain3, this city was explored by the archaeologist André Berthier, located on the other side of the Wadi Rhummel.Economie [edit] Modify the code] Messaoud Boudjeriou (Aïn Kerma) has always been a rich farming community thanks to the fertility of its lands and the availability of water, first of all having its source in the Wadi Rhummel but also in rich water tables. It also has great geological wealth. An antimony mine was exploited during the colonial period, from the 1840s, then from the 1930s by the Compagnie des mines de La Lucette4.Closed at the end of the First World War because it seemed exhausted, the mine was reopened in 1932, then relaunched in 1936 by the discovery of a very important extension of its deposit, thanks to the geologist M. Deleau, under the direction of Pierre Thiéry. The antimony content is very high. A 6-kilometer high-voltage power line is then deployed to power the mine's machines, which also allows lighting to be installed for 3000 inhabitants5. The mine will produce 44,000 tonnes6 of 40% antimony oxide called cervantite between 1915 and 1945 (mainly from 1932 to 1945). The mine site was used as a base for the nearby Tiddis Roman archaeological site. , inaugurated in April 1941 by the archaeologist André Berthier5. Concerned about the high rate of unemployment among the population of Ain Kerma, Max Bounafous, then prefect of Constantine, ordered a systematic exploration of the Khneg site in order to make the area a real attractive tourist area in order to reduce the unemployment rate. The task was entrusted to the great archaeologist and archivist André Berthier. In late 1942, the mine personnel was mobilized in the North African Army. The mine was forced to close in May 1945 because the end of the Second World War World War decreased the demand for antimony, which was used in the form of alloys, to harden metals, which suddenly dropped world prices. Then it reopens in 1947. New uses for fireproofing textiles and plastics will gradually take over, thanks to fire standards9, which allows the foundry of Laval to always run at full speed. The mine also supplied the brick and ceramics industry of Didouche Mourad and Ibn Ziad. We also note the presence of other minerals that are found only in rare countries around the world.10 At the end of October 1957, a large detachment of the French army settles on the site of the mine11, the officers living in the executive building, while the director is treated in France.Personalities related to the commune [edit | code] Rabah Bitat, a well-known national figurehead, a former Mujahideen, and the former president of the APN12.Messouad Boudjeriou [archive] (Messaoud Lakssentini), a well-known Shahid who was the strategist planning attacks on northern Constantine (during the French colonization). Quinus Lollius Urbicus was the governor of Great Britain, the Bas-Rhin, Asia, Judea and finally the prefect of Rome under Antoninus Pius, during the Roman period. A character that the two communes, Aïn kerma and Beni Hmidène, can argue the origin, since it originated in this area,


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