Pictures Archive - Algiers
The night before the flight, while packaging my belonging into my eternal bags in the hotel of Morocco's capital Rabat, I checked it had no labels, letters, documents or certificates testifying my real citizenship. While pushing my toilet articles in the bottom of the bag, I noticed a label with the name "Steiner". I pulled it along…
All that night I tossed from side to side, wondering all the possible questions they might ask me at the Algiers airport. What if I am arrested, whom should I approach?
Titles like "an Israeli spy posed as a Moroccan journalist" probably will divert the minds of Algerians from current problems, but what about me? I turned on the light and stuffed more clothes into my bag. Whatever. I tried to sleep but could not. I remembered the envelope on the back of my batteries have a user guide in Hebrew. Again I turned on the light, peeled the battery casing and threw it away. Who needs all this, I told myself.
It was the beginning of a campaign conducted by Nissim Krispil in the inside of Algeria.
Probably, there are no many Jewish symbols in this photo archive, since no Jew or heritage assets remained in this country, that in the recent past, lived a glorious Jewish community that numbered about 130,000 Jews.