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Djamila Bouhired

1935 - Today

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Djamila Bouhired (Arabic: جميلة بوحيرد, born c. 1935) is an Algerian militant. Bouhired is a nationalist who opposed the French colonial rule of Algeria. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Djamila Bouhired has received more than 273,064 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Djamila Bouhired is the 233rd most popular social activist, the 62nd most popular biography from Algeria and the 2nd most popular Algerian Social Activist.

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Among social activists, Djamila Bouhired ranks 233 out of 538Before her are Isaeus, Abba Kovner, Anna Hazare, Hazi Aslanov, Billy Milligan, and Ryu Gwansun. After her are Paul Watson, Abbie Hoffman, Mentor of Rhodes, Gretl Braun, Carl Hagenbeck, and Kate Sheppard.

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Among people born in 1935, Djamila Bouhired ranks 130Before her are Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, Khalil al-Wazir, Robert Conrad, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Franco Citti, and David Lodge. After her are Carl Andre, Ludmila Belousova, Thomas Keneally, Agne Simonsson, Walter De Maria, and Lyudmila Chernykh.

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In Algeria

Among people born in Algeria, Djamila Bouhired ranks 62 out of 184Before her are Paul Masson (1876), Rabah Madjer (1958), Alphonse Juin (1888), Adherbal (-200), Gaston Julia (1893), and Isaac Alfasi (1013). After her are Muhammad ibn Ali as-Senussi (1787), Alain Mimoun (1921), Tony Gatlif (1948), Rabah Bitat (1925), Roger Hanin (1925), and Nicole Garcia (1946).


Among social activists born in Algeria, Djamila Bouhired ranks 2Before her are Lalla Fatma N'Soumer (1830).