Camélia jordana origine parents: Camélia Jordana, whose parents are Algerians, was one of the few artists to be part of the debate around the Stora report on the memory of the colonization and the war in Algeria. The singer does not want to leave aside the history of her two countries and does not support the fact that the French-Algerian relationship brings such silence about colonization or the war of independence. She is the heir of the Algerian resistance, in an interview she gave to The Nouvel Obs this week in an issue devoted to the memory of Algeria. “I have that in my DNA,” she says, referring to her grandparents, who have been activists within the FLN in the Independence War.
In an interview given in the last issue of Gala, the 23-year old Toulonnaise confided on her relationship to the religion and confessed to being “very far” off from that woman “with two children, Muslim, practitioner.” She was, however, touched by her trip to Algeria for the purpose of filming:
“My relatives were born in France, but my father is an ancestral Kabyle and my mother from the Oran region. This being so, it was still very moving for me to go there.” And when the magazine asks him if she is a Muslim man, Camelia Jordana states that she is an ‘agnostic.’ “My parents are, I did indeed grow up in this worship, but when I left the house.