And Have Not Charity

Winner, Percy
May 1956
New Republic;5/21/56, Vol. 134 Issue 21, p7
Discusses the social problem between French and muslims of Algeria by focusing on the attempts of an Algerian muslim and a French priest. Effort of Fehrat Abbas, an Algerian muslim, to find a basis for true cooperation between Algerians and the French; Formation of a political party by Abbas in order to solve the problem and develop cooperation; Views expressed by colleagues of Abbas regarding effect of French colonialism on Algerians; Attempts of Father Augros and his fellow priest to bring the message of Christian charity to muslims in Algeria; Reaction of these priests towards poverty and misery of the region; Dismissal of the priest after opposition of French Christians to attempts of the priests; Requirements for the charity described in a pastoral letter.


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