June 2, 2023

Yesterday, Tuesday, in Rabat, the Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture honored the researcher Hussein and Azzi in recognition of his scientific and literary contribution to the development of Amazigh culture and language.

This radioactivity, organized by the Center for Anthropological and Sociological Research of the Institute, was the occasion to present aspects of the path of this researcher, as well as his literary and scientific achievements.

In his speech on the occasion, Ahmed Bukus, Dean of the Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture, highlighted the important contribution of the researcher El Hussein and Azzi both in the field of political science and in the development of Amazigh language and culture.

And in this regard, he recorded that Ouazi believes that the approach to Amazigh identity should be conceptualized and rethought within the framework of multiple identities, emphasizing that the famous updated Moroccan political science with his scientific achievements.

Bocuse believed that Al-Mukarram combined academic studies with fieldwork. That which formed an educated personality useful to the culture and language of the Amazigh, distinguished by her sensitivity to the Moroccan cultural problem, as well as her critical flair and respect for the exchange of opinions.

For his part, Al-Hussein Al-Mujahid, secretary general of the Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture, said that this event is in line with what the institute has always done in terms of honoring and recognizing the energy and human resources that have given a lot in the field of language development and culture of the Amazighs, in recognition of their services to the national culture in general and the culture of the Amazighs in particular.

Al-Mujahid believed that Al-Hussein and Azzi were among the first generations of intellectuals who took on the task of promoting the national culture in its diversity and unity, emphasizing that the researcher devoted his life to research in the field of Amazigh culture through his academic education in the field political sciences and anthropological studies, and he has a lot of research in this area.

The Secretary General of the Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture stated that Wuzzi was one of the participants in the foundation of the Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture after its inauguration by King Mohammed VI in 2001, as he was the director of the Institute’s Center for Anthropological and Sociological Research, and he, along with researchers and administrators, contributed his contribution to laying the foundations of this institution.

Al-Hussein and Azzi, in a statement to the Amazigh portal MAP, expressed their joy at this honor, which is a recognition of what he has done since the founding of the institute, appreciating the continuity that the dean’s office of the latter adheres to. which is in the interests of the Moroccan state and nation and unites their ranks to play their mighty role at the African level.

He mentioned that he had written many articles in Amazigh and a number of interesting articles about the Amazigh scene and its development, as well as the discussions that took place in the late eighties and early nineties before the founding of the Royal Society. Institute of Amazigh Culture, referring in this regard to its author “The Emergence of the Amazigh Cultural Movement in Morocco”, which is considered one of the “most important achievements in this field.

It should be noted that Al-Hussein and Azzi, former director of the Institute’s Center for Anthropological and Sociological Research and Professor of Higher Education in Constitutional Law and Political Science at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences in Rabat, also enriched the literary fund with some legendary texts, such as : “Taglagal n Wadhan” (1998), in addition to its author entitled “The Emergence of the Amazigh Cultural Movement in Morocco…Analysis of the Amazigh Identity Consciousness Transition from Traditional to Modern Consciousness” (2000).

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