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Marriage is forbidden between close relatives by descent, marriage, or nursing: thus a man may not marry his mother, daughter, sister, aunt, niece, mother-in-law, daughter-in-law, stepmother-in-law, or stepdaughter-in-law, nor may he marry anyone who suckled from the same woman as he did, or from whom he suckled.A man may not be married to two sisters simultaneously."This will be seen as the typical ugly American," said Bob Baer, a former CIA officer."My question is how the CIA would not have picked up on this in their own regular reviews of officers overseas." American troops have been the subject of sexual assault and rape cases in places like Japan, that helped turn public opinion against US military presence, but it is rare for a CIA officer to be implicated in such a case. The name Algeria is derived from the name of the country's oldest continuous settlement and modern capital, Algiers, a strategically located port city with access to both Europe and the Middle East.Most of the population of the country is in the north. It borders Tunisia and Libya to the east; Niger, Mali, and Mauritania to the south; Morocco and Western Sahara to the west; and the Mediterranean Sea to the north.
We text every day and talk most nights on the phone. I was more upset that he lied than the fact that he’s Muslim or Algerian. I texted him, asking him to be honest about a question I have. He said he would explain everything Friday but asked that I don’t judge him until he tells me. Friday night, our 3rd date, we were to go to Long Beach and just hang out and talk and stuff.
While the majority of the population who are Arab (or mixed Arab and Berber) identify with the common Algerian culture, the Berber tribes, particularly in the more isolated southern mountainous and desert regions, retain more of the indigenous Berber culture and identity. It covers a total of 919,595 square miles (2,381,751 square kilometers), making it the second largest country in Africa (after Sudan), and the eleventh largest in the world.
Almost nine-tenths of this area is composed of the six Saharan provinces in the south of the country; however, 90 percent of the population, and most of the cities, are located along the fertile coastal area known as the Tell, or hill.
Beyond the plateau are the Saharan Atlas Mountains, which form the boundary of the Algerian Sahara desert.
Despite efforts by the government to contain the desert by planting rows of pine trees, it continues to expand northward. The largest of these are the Kabyles, who live in the Kabylia Mountains east of Algiers.