The Berbers are the most seasoned occupants of north Africa. For a huge number of years, they have been living on a tremendous span of land extending from Morocco’s Atlantic coast to Siwa Oasis in Egypt. They have their own language and social conventions, yet their character is under danger. This is Touda, with her girl, in the High Atlas mountains. 2016: from Ferhat Bouda’s arrangement Berbers in Morocco, Resisting and Defending Their Culture.