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Ässhäk - Geschichten aus der Sahara (2003)

Shots, scenery and traditions of some Tuareg (plural of Targi) tribes, the Berber pre-Arab native camel-mounted nomads of the Sahara and bordering Sahel region. Their favorite pastime are ... See full summary »

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El Hadj Ibrahim Tshibrit ...
Story Teller
Schilen Rabidin ...
Imzad-Player
Azahra ...
The Little Singer
Nohi Alutinine ...
The Searcher
Ahmed Kenam ...
The Nomad Chief
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Shots, scenery and traditions of some Tuareg (plural of Targi) tribes, the Berber pre-Arab native camel-mounted nomads of the Sahara and bordering Sahel region. Their favorite pastime are stories, mixing truth, dreams, legends and poetic liberty, mainly told by the elderly and professional "griot", in tents or by the campfire, often accompanied on the single-string imzhad bow instrument. The central concept is "asshak", their ancient honor code, which stands for virtue, Allah's will and respect for life. Written by KGF Vissers

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24 June 2004 (Germany)  »

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Istories ap' ti Sahara  »

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