A rising tide of fundamentalism in Algeria

June 1991
U.S. News & World Report;6/17/91, Vol. 110 Issue 23, p11
Reports that the prospects for continued Muslim-fundamentalist demonstrations are rising as the move toward democracy in Algeria has come to an abrupt halt. President Chadli Bendjedid's response; New Prime Minister Sid Ahmed Ghozali; The militant Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) and the National Liberation Front; More.


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