I have shared in a previous post a list of the Algerian English blogs I knew. Today I am going to share links to another category, blogs owned by Algerian women. And as this category is bigger than the blogs written in English, I will only give links to the blogs I follow.
So here they are with no particular order.
Salima Ghezali is an Algerian journalist and you can read her editorials here. She doesn’t really have a blog but I am mentioning her because I consider her weekly audio editorials on Medi1 Radio as blog posts.
Ghania Mouffok is also a journalist. Unfortunately she is not what we can call an active blogger.
Nadia Leila Aissaoui works with Mediapart and owns this blog. She doesn’t seem to write a lot about Algeria.
I have read all and like most of loundja’s posts. But again, Algerian bloggers, males and females alike, do not post regularly.
Farah’s blog is relatively new and I tend to have a positive opinion on her writings.
DZ-Chick’s blog is perhaps the most popular Algerian blog in English. Not surprising given its topics. One thing though, I don’t like most of the comments I read on there, well I do not read them anymore.
I don’t like the comments on another popular blog, JVA by Mina Namous. I don’t think I agree on much of what she says and I read it mainly for her writing skills.
Houda owns a nice blog. I cannot tell why but I do read all her posts… It’s not like it’s taking me hours anyway.
Baya Miloudis’ blog was good but it’s been long since her last post.
I like Faiza’s blog because of the strength and conviction she puts in her posts against imperialism and even the “Arab Spring”. If only she could leave that ugly Maktoobblog platform.
BentAljazair and Oumelkhir, who used to comment here, had the blogs I liked most, but they seem to have stopped writing… publicly.
I realise that making a selection is not an easy task and my list is too long already, but you can always use the comments section to share links to the Algerian female bloggers you like.