The Saharawi "Friendship Generation"

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The Saharawi Friendship Generation [

Generación de la amistad saharaui

] of writers were constituted as such during a meeting in Madrid on 9 July 2005, although the members wrote and created together for several years before this. Signatories to the Founding Declaration of the 2005 meeting are the writers Mohamed Salem Abdelfatah Ebnu, Mohamed Ali Ali Salem, Limam Boicha, Zahra Hasnaoui, Bahia Mahmoud Awah, Ali Salem Iselmu Musa (Pirri), Lehdia Dafa Mohamed, Chejdan Mahmud Liazid, Saleh Abdelahe, Luali Lehsan and Mohamidi Fakal-la. Other writers that have later become associated with the Friendship Generation include Sukina Aali-Taleb, Larosi Haidar, Abdurrahaman Boudda, Ahmed Muley Ali Hamadi, Said Beilal, Salka Embarek, Mohammed Sidati and Fatima Ghalia Mohammed.

Together, the Friendship

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Citation: Allan, Joanna. "The Saharawi "Friendship Generation"". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 29 May 2017 [, accessed 16 July 2024.]

19491 The Saharawi "Friendship Generation" 2 Historical context notes are intended to give basic and preliminary information on a topic. In some cases they will be expanded into longer entries as the Literary Encyclopedia evolves.

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