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Towards a better tomorrow
His city couldn’t contain the ambition of this young man filled with hope and excitement, searching for a better tomorrow.
"They live in my imagination, I see them in front of me"
In the midst of the events Libya is going through today, people may think of research in this area as a luxury rather than a priority.
The square is a cultural edifice for intellectuals and artists of all ages, a place where ideas can emerge, far from political fanaticism. The coffee shops are filled with loud laughter and friends swapping stories.
Esleen in the Amazigh language means a type of compact granite stone often found in Kosbah, which may translate the relationship of the name of the house to this stone’s features.
She simply took her old clothes and unstitched them, then re-sewed them. She repeated the process over and over until she was able to cut and sew.
The National Day of Traditional Dress in Libya
The traditional method of teaching the Qur’an, based on writing on wooden tablets, is part of the Libyan cultural heritage. It is the most widespread and most broadly followed method of Qur’anic education in Libya, known in the Maghreb for centuries, and oral tradition tells us Libya has used it for at least 800 years.
Tuareg cultural diversity is reflected in jewellery and ornaments, the embellishment of metal and leather saddles, and swords.
Tea was once deemed a vice, like cigarettes and alcohol. Only men were allowed to drink it.