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The dwelling was home to the nuclear, usually patrilineal family, which was the basic unit of a tribal group going under the name of a common ancestor, whose Ait, or people, they claimed to be.
In fact the various societies were not egalitarian. The village and the clan regularly admitted newcomers as inferiors, and the ruling elders came from leading families.
If villages or clans went to war, as they frequently did, a chief might be chosen who on the strength of his prowess might attract clients, form his own army, and—like the lords of the High Atlas about —establish his own dominion.
The Tuareg of the Ahaggar and southern Sahara, also called Blue Men because of their indigo-dyed robes and face veils, were aristocratic nomads ruling over vassals, serfs, and slaves who cultivated the oases on their behalf; they in turn recognized supreme chiefs or kings, who were called amenukal s.
They had preserved a form of the old Libyan consonantal script under the name of Tifinagh, though most writing was in Arabic, by a class of Muslim scholars.
While many of those features of Berber society have survived, they have been greatly modified by the economic and political pressures and opportunities that have built up since the early years of the 20th century.
Beginning with the Kabyle of Algeria, emigration from the mountains in search of employment created permanent Berber communities in the cities of the Maghrib as well as in France and the rest of western Europe.
That emigration in turn has conveyed modern material and popular culture back into the homelands. The independence of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Mauritania, Mali, and Niger meanwhile created a new political situation in which Berber nationalism made its appearance.
That circumstance was largely a reaction to the policies of the new governments, which have frowned on a separate Berber identity as a relic of colonialism incompatible with national unity.
In Morocco the monarchy felt threatened, first by the French use of Berbers to dethrone the sultan in and second by the role of Berber officers in the attempted assassinations of the king in — In Algeria the rebellion in Kabylie in —64 was further justification for a policy of Arabization, resented by Berbers not least because many had been educated in French.
Berberism under the name of Imazighenity from the Berber Amazigh, plural Imazighen, adopted as the proper term for the people was meanwhile formulated academically by Berbers in Paris who founded the journal Awal in Growing demands for the recognition of Berbers—in theory as the original inhabitants of North Africa and in practice as distinct components of its society—have met with some success.
Tamazight is studied in Algeria and since has been recognized as a national, but not official, language; despite popular unrest in Kabylie, Berbers have yet to achieve a strong political identity in an Algerian democracy.
Berberism in Morocco has led to the creation of a Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture, to schoolteaching in Tamazight, and finally, since , to the recognition of Tamazight as an official language, all in the interest of national unity under the monarchy.
Meanwhile, Berber culture provides the invaluable tourist industry with much of its cachet: its distinctive architecture, crafts, and costumes set in a romantic landscape that is specifically Moroccan.
The Algerian Tuareg of the Ahaggar were turned into cultivators, their nomadism surviving only as a tourist attraction.
Genetisch sind die Berber am nächsten mit den Ägyptern , den Arabern , den Levantinern und mit Süd- Europäern verwandt  und können von den Populationen Subsahara-Afrikas klar abgegrenzt werden.
Zeugnisse über die Berber waren schon im Alten Ägypten als Lebu, Tehenu , Temehu, Meschwesch  sowie in griechischen und römischen Quellen bekannt.
Bereits auf saharanischer Felsenkunst sind frühe Einwohner der Gegend zu finden. Als ihre Vorgänger gelten die Numider , Garamanten und Libyer.
Der griechische Geschichtsschreiber Herodot erwähnte sie in seinen Historien. Berbervölker wurden zuerst in Schriften der Ägypter während der Prädynastik genannt.
Während des Neuen Reiches kämpften die Ägypter an der Westgrenze gegen die Meschwesch Ma und die Libu. Etwa ab v. Dynastie unter Scheschonq I.
Mit ihr begann eine lange Zeit der Berberherrschaft in Ägypten, in der die Berber die Hauptbevölkerung in der westlichen Wüste stellten. Viele Jahrhunderte lang bewohnten die Berber die Küste Nordafrikas von Ägypten bis zum Atlantischen Ozean.
Währenddessen erlebten die Küstenregionen Nordafrikas eine lange Reihe von Eroberern, Siedlern und Kolonisatoren: der Phönizier , die Karthago gründeten, Griechen hauptsächlich in Kyrene , Römer , Vandalen , Alanen , Byzantiner.
Nur in römischer Zeit waren numidische und mauretanische Provinzen vollständig in das Römische Reich eingegliedert, wodurch dort wohnende Berber das römische Bürgerrecht erhielten.
Nach eroberten etwa Berber spielten nun selbst eine führende Rolle in der islamischen Expansionbewegung. Vom Jahrhundert dominierten die Berberdynastien der Almoraviden , Almohaden und Meriniden den Maghreb und teilweise auch Al-Andalus.
In der Folgezeit fanden die Lehren der sufritischen Charidschiten starken Zuspruch bei den Berbern. Um gingen Berberstämme mit sufritischer Ausrichtung in der Region um Tanger unter ihrem Kalifen Maisara zum offenen Aufstand gegen die umaiyadische Herrschaft über.
Sie nahmen Tanger ein und konnten in den folgenden drei Jahren ihre Rebellion in Richtung Osten bis nach Kairuan ausweiten.
Weitere sufritische Führer aus Tlemcen und Beja schlossen sich mit ihren Berberstämmen dem Aufstand an, der im Jahr eine umaiyadische Armee in die Flucht schlug.
In anderen Gebieten unterstützten Berber die Herrschaftsansprüche echter oder angeblicher Prophetennachkommen. Ende des 9. Sie wurden zur Hausmacht der Fatimiden , die im frühen Jahrhundert das westliche Libyen, Tunesien, Ostalgerien und Sizilien eroberten.
Um die Mitte des Ziel seiner militärischen Islamisierungskampagnen waren nicht nur die nichtislamischen, sondern auch die nur oberflächlich islamisierten bzw.
Ein Nachfolger konnte den Staat der Almoraviden rasch nach Norden ausdehnen und die Stadt Marrakesch zum neuen städtischen Zentrum des westlichen Maghreb machen.
Im frühen Anfang des Jahrhunderts lösten sich nacheinander verschiedene Territorien vom Almohadenreich. They methodically destroyed Cordoba's suburbs, pinning the inhabitants inside the old Roman walls and destroying the Madinat al-Zahra.
Wadih's allies killed him, and the Cordoba garrison surrendered with the expectation of amnesty. However, "a massacre ensued in which the Berbers took revenge for many personal and collective injuries and permanently settled several feuds in the process".
Ibn Idhari said that the installation of Sulayman in was the moment when "the rule of the Berbers began in Cordoba and that of the Umayyads ended, after it had existed for two hundred and sixty eight years and forty-three days".
During the Taifa era, the petty kings came from a variety of ethnic groups; some—for instance the Zirid kings of Granada —were of Berber origin.
The Taifa period ended when a Berber dynasty—the Moroccan Almoravids —took over al-Andalus; they were succeeded by the Almohad dynasty of Morocco, during which time al-Andalus flourished.
After the fall of Cordoba in , the Saqaliba fled from the city to secure their own fiefdoms. One group of Saqaliba seized Orihuela from its Berber garrison and took control of the entire region.
Among the Berbers who were brought to al-Andalus by al-Mansur were the Zirid family of Sanhaja Berbers. After the fall of Cordoba, the Zirids took over Granada in , forming the Zirid kingdom of Granada.
The Saqaliba Khayran, with his own Umayyad figurehead Abd ar-Rahman IV al-Murtada , attempted to seize Granada from the Zirids in , but failed.
Khayran then executed Abd ar-Rahman IV. Khayran's son, Zuhayr, also made war on the Zirid kingdom of Granada, but was killed in In Cordoba, conflicts continued between the Berber rulers and those of the citizenry who saw themselves as Arab.
The Sanhaja departed from Cordoba at this time. The Zenata Berber Hammudids received the important districts of Ceuta and Algeciras. The Hammudids claimed a family relation to the Idrisids, and thus traced their ancestry to the caliph Ali.
In they rebelled in Ceuta, claiming to be supporting the restoration of Hisham II. Ali ibn Hammud al-Nasir declared himself caliph, a position he held for two years.
For some years, Hammudids and Umayyads fought one another and the caliphate passed between them several times. Hammudids also fought among themselves.
The last Hammudid caliph reigned until The Hammudids were then expelled from Cordoba, where there was still a great deal of anti-Berber sentiment. During the taifa period, the Aftasid dynasty , based in Badajoz , controlled a large territory centered on the Guadiana River valley.
According to Bernard Reilly,  : 13 during the taifa period genealogy continued to be an obsession of the upper classes in al-Andalus.
Most wanted to trace their lineage back to the Syrian and Yemeni Arabs who accompanied the invasion. In contrast, tracing descent from the Berbers who came with the same invasion "was to be stigmatized as of inferior birth".
Nevertheless, distinctions between Arab, Berber, and slave were not the stuff of serious politics, either within or between the taifas. It was the individual family that was the unit of political activity.
Their high visibility was due to their foundation of taifa dynasties rather than large numbers. In the power hierarchy, Berbers were situated between the Arabic aristocracy and the Muladi populace.
Ethnic rivalry was one of the most important factors driving Andalusi politics. During the taifa period, the Almoravid empire developed in northwest Africa, whose core was formed by the Lamtuna branch of the Sanhaja Berber.
At that time, the Almoravid leader Yahya ibn Ibrahim went on a hajj. On his way back he met Malikite preachers in Kairouan , and invited them to his land.
Malikite disciple Abd Allah ibn Yasin accepted the invitation. Traveling to Morocco, he established a military monastery or ribat where he trained a highly motivated and disciplined fighting force.
In and , employing these specially trained forces, Almoravid leader Yahya ibn Umar defeated the Kingdom of Ghana and the Zenata Berber.
After Yahya ibn Umar died, his brother Abu Bakr ibn Umar pursued an Almoravid expansion. Forced to resolve a Sanhaja civil war, he left control of the Moroccan conquests to his brother, Yusuf ibn Tashufin.
Yusuf continued to conquer territory; and following Abu Bakr's death in , he became the Almoravid leader.
After their loss of Cordoba, the Hammudids had occupied Algeciras and Ceuta. In the midth century, the Hammudids lost control of their Iberian possessions, but retained a small taifa kingdom based in Ceuta.
In , Yusuf ibn Tashufin conquered Ceuta. In the same year, al-Mutamid , king of the Taifa of Seville , traveled to Morocco to appeal to Yusuf for help against King Alfonso VI of Castile.
Earlier, in , the king of Badajoz , al-Mutawakkil, had appealed to Yusuf for help against Alfonso. After the fall of Toledo to Alfonso VI in , al-Mutamid appealed again to Yusuf.
This time, financed by the taifa kings of Iberia, Yusuf crossed to al-Andalus and took direct personal control of Algeciras in The Kabylians were independent of outside control during the period of Ottoman Empire rule in North Africa.
The most serious native revolt against French colonial power in Algeria since the time of Abd al-Qadir broke out in in the Kabylie and spread through much of Algeria.
By April , tribes had risen, or nearly a third of Algeria's population. In , Morocco was divided into French and Spanish zones.
In July , the Spanish army in northeastern Morocco, under Manuel Silvestre , were routed by the forces of Abd el-Krim, in what became known in Spain as the Disaster of Annual.
During the Algerian War — , the FLN and ALN 's reorganisation of the country created, for the first time, a unified Kabyle administrative territory, wilaya III , being as it was at the centre of the anti-colonial struggle.
Soon after gaining independence in the middle of the twentieth century, the countries of North Africa established Arabic as their official language , replacing French, Spanish, and Italian; although the shift from European colonial languages to Arabic for official purposes continues even to this day.
As a result, most Berbers had to study and know Arabic, and had no opportunities until the twenty-first century to use their mother tongue at school or university.
This may have accelerated the existing process of Arabization of Berbers, especially in already bilingual areas, such as among the Chaouis of Algeria.
While Berberism had its roots before the independence of these countries, it was limited to the Berber elite. It only began to succeed among the greater populace when North African states replaced their European colonial languages with Arabic and identified exclusively as Arabian nations, downplaying or ignoring the existence and the social specificity of Berbers.
However, Berberism's distribution remains uneven. In response to its demands, Morocco and Algeria have both modified their policies, with Algeria redefining itself constitutionally as an "Arab, Berber, Muslim nation".
There is an identity-related debate about the persecution of Berbers by the Arab-dominated regimes of North Africa. Through both Pan-Arabism and Islamism,  their issue of identity is due to the pan-Arabist ideology of former Egyptian president, Gamal Abdel Nasser.
Some activists have claimed that "[i]t is time—long past overdue—to confront the racist arabization of the Amazigh lands.
The Black Spring was a series of violent disturbances and political demonstrations by Kabyle activists in the Kabylie region of Algeria in In the Libyan civil war , Berbers in the Nafusa Mountains were quick to revolt against the Gaddafi regime.
The mountains became a stronghold of the rebel movement, and were a focal point of the conflict, with much fighting occurring between rebels and loyalists for control of the region.
Another escalation took place in May In Morocco, after the constitutional reforms of , Berber has become an official language, and is now taught as a compulsory language in all schools regardless of the area or the ethnicity.
In , Algeria followed suit and changed the status of Berber from "national" to "official" language. Although Berberists who openly show their political orientations rarely reach high positions, Berbers have reached high positions in the social and political hierarchies across the Maghreb.
Examples are the former president of Algeria, Liamine Zeroual ; the former prime minister of Morocco, Driss Jettou ; and Khalida Toumi , a feminist and Berberist militant, who has been nominated as head of the Ministry of Communication in Algeria.
The Maghreb today is home to large Berber Amazigh populations, who form the principal indigenous ancestry in the region see Origins. Other groups include the Riffians of northern Morocco, the Chaoui people of eastern Algeria, the Chenouas in western Algeria, the Berbers of Tripolitania.
Outside the Maghreb, the Tuareg in Mali early settlement near the old imperial capital of Timbuktu ,  Niger, and Burkina Faso number some ,,  1,,,  and 50,, respectively.
Tuaregs are Berber people with a traditionally nomadic pastoralist lifestyle and are the principal inhabitants of the vast Sahara Desert.
Though stereotyped in Europe and North America as nomads, most Berbers were in fact traditionally farmers, [ citation needed ] living in mountains relatively close to the Mediterranean coast, or oasis dwellers, such as the Siwa of Egypt; but the Tuareg and Zenaga of the southern Sahara were almost wholly nomadic.
Some groups, such as the Chaouis , practiced transhumance. Over the past few decades, political tensions have arisen between some Berber groups especially the Kabyle and Riffians and with North African governments, partly over linguistic and social issues.
For example, in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya, giving children Berber names was banned. According to a estimate, there were about 2. The Berber languages form a branch of the Afroasiatic language family.
They thus descend from the proto-Afroasiatic language. It is still disputed which branches of Afroasiatic diverged most recently from Berber, but most linguists accept either Egyptian  [ dubious — discuss ] or Chadic see Afro-Asiatic languages.
Tamazight is a generic name for all of the Berber languages, which consist of many closely related varieties and dialects. Berber languages are spoken by around thirty to forty million people in Africa see population estimation.
These Berber speakers are mainly concentrated in Morocco and Algeria, followed by Mali, Niger, and Libya. Smaller Berber-speaking communities are also found as far east as Egypt, with a southwestern limit today at Burkina Faso.
Although most Maghrebis are of Berber ancestry, only some scattered ethnicities succeeded in preserving Berber languages into modern times.
The Berber identity encompasses language, religion, and ethnicity, and is rooted in the entire history and geography of North Africa.
Berbers are not an entirely homogeneous ethnicity, and they include a range of societies, ancestries, and lifestyles.
The unifying forces for the Berber people may be their shared language or a collective identification with Berber heritage and history. As a legacy of the spread of Islam , the Berbers are now mostly Muslim.
However, the Mozabite Berbers of the Saharan Mozabite Valley and Libyan Berbers in Nafusis and Zuwara are primarily adherents of the Ibadi Muslim denomination.
In antiquity, before the arrival of Abrahamic faiths into North Africa, the Berber people adhered to the traditional Berber religion. This traditional religion emphasized ancestor veneration , polytheism , and animism.
Many ancient Berber beliefs were developed locally, whereas others were influenced over time through contact with other traditional African religions such as the Ancient Egyptian religion , or borrowed during antiquity from the Punic religion , Judaism , Iberian mythology , and the Hellenistic religion.
The most recent influence came from Islam and pre-Islamic Arab religion during the medieval period.
Some of the ancient Berber beliefs still subtly exist today within the Berber popular culture and tradition. Until the s, there was also a significant Jewish Berber minority in Morocco,  but emigration mostly to Israel and France dramatically reduced their number to only a few hundred individuals.
Following Christian missions, the Kabyle community in Algeria has a recently constituted Christian minority, both Protestant and Roman Catholic; and a study estimates that , Muslim Algerians have converted to Christianity in Algeria.
Some of the best known of the ancient Berbers are the Numidian kings Masinissa and Jugurtha , the Berber-Roman author Apuleius , Saint Augustine of Hippo , and the Berber-Roman general Lusius Quietus , who was instrumental in defeating the major wave of Jewish revolts of — in ancient Israel.
The Berber queen Dihya , or Kahina, was a religious and political leader who led a military Berber resistance against the Arab-Muslim expansion in Northwest Africa.
Yusuf ibn Tashfin was a Muslim king of the Berber Almoravid dynasty. Abbas ibn Firnas was a Berber—Andalusian prolific inventor and early pioneer in aviation.
Ibn Battuta was a medieval Berber explorer who departed from Tanja , Morocco and travelled the longest distances known to his time, while chronicling his impressions of hundreds of nations and cultures.
Before the arrival of Islam in the region, most Berber groups were either Christian, Jewish, or Animist, and a number of Berber theologians were important figures in the development of western Christianity.
In particular, the Berber Donatus Magnus was the founder of a Christian group known as the Donatists. The 4th-century Catholic Church viewed the donatists as heretics and that dispute led to a schism in the Church that divided North African Christians.
Augustine is recognized as a saint and a Doctor of the Church by Roman Catholicism and the Anglican Communion and is revered by the Reformed.
He was an outspoken opponent of Donatism. Of all the fathers of the church, St. Augustine was the most admired and the most influential during the Middle Ages Augustine was an outsider—a native North African whose family was not Roman but Berber He was a genius—an intellectual giant.
Many believe that Arius , another early Christian theologian who was deemed a heretic by the Christian Church, was of Libyan Berber descent.
Another Berber cleric, Saint Adrian of Canterbury , traveled to England and played a significant role in its early medieval religious history.
Lusius Quietus , was the son of a Christian tribal lord from unconquered Mauretania. Lusius' father and his warriors had supported the Roman legions in their attempt to subdue Mauretania Tingitana modern northern Morocco during Aedemon's revolt in Masuna fl.
Dihya was a Berber Christian religious and military leader who led indigenous resistance to Muslim conquest of the Maghreb. She was born in the early seventh century and died around the end of the seventh century, in modern Algeria.
Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus c. He also was a notable early Christian apologist and a polemicist against heresy, including contemporary Christian Gnosticism.
Tertullian has been called "the father of Latin Christianity" and "the founder of Western theology". Sabellius , who was a third-century priest and theologian, who most likely taught in Rome, and who may have been of African Berber descent.
Basil Davidson and others call him a Libyan from Pentapolis, but this seems to rest on the fact that Pentapolis was a place where the teachings of Sabellius thrived, according to Dionysius of Alexandria , c.
What is known of Sabellius is drawn mostly from the polemical writings of his opponents. Ahmed es-Sikeli , born in Djerba to a Berber family of the Sadwikish tribe, was baptized a Christian under the name Peter, was a eunuch and qaid of the Diwan of the Kingdom of Sicily during the reign of [[William I of Sicily.
His story was recorded by his Christian contemporaries, Romuald Guarna and Hugo Falcandus from Sicily, and the Muslim historian Ibn Khaldun.
Fadhma, the illegitimate daughter of a widow, was born in a Kabylie village. She met another Kabyle Catholic convert, Antoine-Belkacem Amrouche, whom she married in Malika Oufkir is a Moroccan writer and former "disappeared" person.
She is the daughter of General Mohamed Oufkir and a cousin of fellow Moroccan writer and actress Leila Shenna. She and her siblings are converts from Islam to Catholicism.
She writes in her book Stolen Lives: Twenty Years in a Desert Jail : "we had rejected Islam, which had brought us nothing good, and opted for Catholicism instead".
Brother Rachid , a Moroccan Christian convert from Islam whose father is a well-known respected Imam. He is one of the most outspoken converts in the world, he hosts a weekly live call-in show on the Al-Hayat channel where he compares Islam and Christianity as well as debating with Islamic scholars.
Tariq ibn Ziyad died , known in Spanish history and legend as Taric el Tuerto 'Taric the one-eyed' , was a Berber Muslim and Umayyad general who led the conquest of Visigothic Hispania in He is considered to be one of the most important military commanders in Spanish history.
He was initially a servant of Musa ibn Nusair in North Africa, and was sent by his superior to launch the first thrust of an invasion of the Iberian peninsula.
Some claim that he was invited to intervene by the heirs of the Visigothic King, Wittiza , in the Visigothic civil war.
On April 29, , the armies of Tariq landed at Gibraltar the name Gibraltar is derived from the Arabic name Jabal Tariq , which means 'mountain of Tariq', or the more obvious Gibr Al-Tariq , meaning 'rock of Tariq'.
Upon landing, Tariq is said to have burned his ships then made the following speech, well known in the Muslim world, to his soldiers:.
O People! There is nowhere to run away! The sea is behind you, and the enemy in front of you: There is nothing for you, by God, except only sincerity and patience.
Ibn Firnas , a 9th-century inventor and aviation pioneer. Ziri ibn Manad died , founder of the Zirid dynasty in the Maghreb. Ziri ibn Manad was a clan leader of the Berber Sanhaja tribe who, as an ally of the Fatimids , suppressed the rebellion of Abu Yazid — His reward was the governorship of the western provinces, an area that roughly corresponds with modern Algeria north of the Sahara.
Yusuf ibn Tashfin c. He took the titles of amir al-muslimin 'commander of the Muslims' and amir al-Mu'minin 'commander of the faithful' after visiting the Caliph of Baghdad and officially receiving his support.
He was either a cousin or nephew of Abu Bakr ibn Umar , the founder of the Almoravid dynasty. He united all of the Muslim dominions in the Iberian Peninsula modern Portugal and Spain to the Maghreb c.
Yusuf bin Tashfin is the founder of the famous Moroccan city Marrakech. He himself chose the place where it was built in and later made it the capital of his Empire.
Until then, the Almoravids had been desert nomads, but the new capital marked their settling into a more urban way of life. Ibn Tumart c.
He is also known as El- Mahdi in reference to his prophesied redeeming. In , he began an open revolt against Almoravid rule.
The name Ibn Tumart comes from the Berber language and means 'son of the earth'. Abu Ya'qub Yusuf died on 29 July was the second Almohad caliph.
He reigned from until and had the Giralda in Seville built. Abu Yaqub al-Mustansir Yusuf II , Caliph of Maghreb from until his death, was the son of the previous caliph, Muhammad an-Nasir.
Yusuf assumed the throne at the age of only 16, following his father's death. Al-Busiri — was a Sanhaja Berber Sufi poet belonging to the Shadhiliyya order and being a direct disciple of Sheikh Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi.
Ibn Battuta born ; year of death uncertain, possibly or was a Berber Sunni Islamic scholar and jurisprudent from the Maliki Madhhab a school of Fiqh , or Islamic law , and at times a qadi , or judge.
These journeys covered almost the entirety of the known Islamic realm, extending from modern West Africa to Pakistan, India, the Maldives , Sri Lanka , South-East Asia, and China, a distance surpassing that of his predecessor and near-contemporary Marco Polo.
Muhammad al-Jazuli was from the Jazulah tribe, which was settled in the Sous area of the Maghreb between the Atlantic Ocean and the Atlas Mountains.
He is most famous for compiling the Dala'il al-Khayrat , a popular Muslim prayer book. Mohammed Awzal was a religious Berber poet.
He is considered the most important author of the Shilha literary tradition. He was born around in the village of al-Qasaba in the region of Sous, Maghreb and died in or AH The social structure of the Berbers is tribal.
A leader is appointed to command the tribe. Lalla Fatma N'Soumer was a Berber woman in Kabylie who fought against the French. The majority of Berber tribes currently have men as heads of the tribe.
In Algeria, the el Kseur platform in Kabylie gives tribes the right to fine criminal offenders. In areas of Chaoui , tribal leaders enact sanctions against criminals.
The Mozabites are governed by the spiritual leaders of Ibadism and lead communal lives. Suchen Impressum Kontakt zu uns Ihre Kontaktdaten Ratgeber Sozialgesetzbücher.
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