Tuareg in Italy
• The Tuareg in Italy
Since 2000, the Tuareg firmly entrenched in Italy, coming one after the other from the Agadez region in Niger. Most Tuareg live in Europe in one of the areas of the Italian town of Pordenone. Today, more than fifty of them here, and, even while living in another country, they continue to maintain their traditions and customs. Tuaregs are closely related to their own culture, which is not averse to demonstrate to others with the help of tea festivals, workshops or meetings with fellow countrymen.
The Tuareg are Muslim, they respect their religion, but they can not be called fundamentalists. Tuareg women, though a Muslim veil are not - only colored tunics. Tuareg society is matriarchal warehouse. In their homeland the family rests on women and men bred cattle in the desert. And here, in the Italian region of Friuli, these traditions are unchanged.
Tuareg gathered in the house of Ibrahim Annoara Cana to celebrate the birth of his son Issoufou.
Efad Karzai and his family - his wife Tun Fanoy, Naoymoy daughter and son Omar in the old quarter of the city of Pordenone.
Oubana Elyadti with his family: his wife and his daughter Zainab Timitimoy. Nearby are Annur, Alkassum, and Sidi Mahmoud.
The same big family in the old quarter of the city of Pordenone.
Family Mohammad Laglaga wife Emululu Hindziru and two children - and Malika Issoufou.
Ibrahim Kane Annoar with his family - his wife and daughter Zeynabn Sidi Oumaler front of his house in Cordenons.
The house, which contains a lot of friends Tuareg, to celebrate the birth of his son Ibrahim Issoufou.
At the gala dinner, of course, serves traditional cuisine.
Emululu Hindziru in traditional dress breastfeeding Issoufou.
Karzai Efad in the traditional attire of the Tuareg.
During the preparation of food for the celebration in honor of Issoufou women sing and dance in the kitchen.
The men pray before dinner.
Friends and relatives gathered in the house of Ibrahim Kane Annoara to mark the birth of his son Mohammad Laglagi.
Relax on the veranda.
The Tuareg enjoy all modern amenities, including internet.
While the adults relax and socialize, the children plenty of time to play together.
Family Mohammad Laglaga in traditional attire. Next to Mohammad Malik sits his daughter and wife Emululu Hindziru with small Issoufou in his arms.