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Algeria

Ali Belhadj (Ali Belhadj)

Date of Birth: 1965
Place of Birth: Tunis


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No springtime in Algiers

FIS radical Ali Belhadj has been trying to build momentum in Algiers, though he recently lost a son in an apparently failed terrroist attack...


Boutef holds back the wave

Bouteflika seems to thinks his regime has outplayed the opposition since January, when he crushed Saadi’s initial efforts to mobilise mass protests in Algiers, and when angry residents in Bab el Oued shunned former FIS leader Ali Belhadj’s efforts to exploit riots (AC Vol 52 No 3)...


Playing dominoes

After attempts by former Front Islamique du Salut leader Ali Belhadj to exploit the riots came to nothing, he is widely expected to be imprisoned for incitement to armed rebellion...


The jasmine and khaki revolution

We hear efforts by ex-Front Islamique du Salut leader Ali Belhadj to use the disturbances to get militants on to the streets – as he did after Algeria’s pivotal October 1988 riots – came to nothing...


Electoral arithmetic

Some civil society figures have seen an opportunity to reconcile Moroccans by promoting an Islamist alternative, via the PJD, whose allies include the liberal Ali Belhadj and former employers' chief Abderrahim Lahjouji's Forces Citoyennes...


Under attack

In a letter to Saudi Arabian Wahabi Islamist Sheikh Safar al Hawali, the most radical leader of the former Front Islamique du Salut (FIS), Ali Belhadj, last November called on Muslims to join the jihad in Iraq...


Old soldiers never die

A beacon of the ruling Front de Libération Nationale’s Arab/Islamist wing, Belkhadem’s efforts to bring more former Front Islamique du Salut leaders back into the fold (including the recently returned Rabah Kebir but not Abbasi Madani or Ali Belhadj) have failed...


Ponderous politicians

Its former leader Abbasi Madani stays in Qatari exile while radical icon Ali Belhadj remains under security service control...


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