Mouha talked about the generosity and solidarity of Berber communities.
He also called the Berber town of Nalut, which I did not visit, “the Amazigh Zintan,” for its conservatism.
They greeted us with a glass of sugared mint tea, called a “Berber whisky”, poured from high above out of a silver teapot.
Egyptian authorities do have some reason to doubt Berber and Bedouin loyalty.
Within the Nafusa Mountains, culture differs from town-to-town and among the Berber towns as well.
The tranquillity which had followed the advance to Berber was as opportune as it was unexpected.
But young Berber leaned upon his garden fork, looking past her.
Thence by a long desert march he might reach the Nile and Berber.
At last Berber, with a boyish sigh, seemed to shake the whole matter off.
They left Khartoum on the 15th of April, and continued their journey down to Berber by water.