Sudarat Sangthong from Bangkok, Thailand, is an author, who recently completed writing a book on the nation called Algeria.
In her book, Sudarat writes that it smells like a propaganda to her when the archaelogists and others label every prehistoric tool makers and tools as produced by the Neanderthals, like other hominids never produced anything of value until recently. Similarly, she adds that the hand axes found in the modern day Algeria resemble hominid tools and axes in every possible way, but the so-called experts still won’t agree that those are axes by none other than the Neanderthals.
Sudarat claims that the people of the Prehistoric region what is now called Algeria learnt the art of making blades from the Rishis of the Indus Valley Civilisation just like many Algerian millionaires recently learnt about SA betting from their Thai friends.
Sudarat writes it is a pity that they still hide the atrocities done by the Fatimid Caliphate in Algeria in the schools, colleges and other places in order to save reputation of Islam and the descendants of Prophet Muhammad.
Sudarat writes Yaghmurasen Ibn Zyan is one of the most overrated and over-glorified rulers of not only the Kingdom of Tiemeen but of the entire Maghreb region. She adds that if it weren’t for sychophant scholars like Ibn Khaldun, very few would have been familiar with the fact that there was a ruler named Yaghmurasen who found the Zayyanid dynasty, and even fewer would have been familiar with the fact that there was a dynasty that went by the name ‘Zayyanid’.