Paris Pays Tribute To Moufdi Zakaria
The participants in the round-table organized Thursday evening at France's National Library (Paris) in tribute to Moufdi Zakaria highlighted the Maghreb and universal dimension of the works of the bard of 1st November 1954 Revolution.
- Some of them, including Tunisian Prime Minister Hedi Bekkouche or Algerian novelist Rachid Boudjedra, who knew and were in touch with militant for the national cause and man of culture.
- The others, including Algerian writer Wassini Laredj and French historian Benjamin Stora, focused, as researchers, on the path of Moufdi Zakaria.
- All the speakers focused on the universal and Maghreb dimension of the works and actions of Moufdi Zakaria, as a man of culture who militate for the liberation and emancipation of peoples, pointing out that the first text written by the poet in the prime of life was devoted to the Moroccan Abdelkrim Khettabi, during the Rif upheaval.