Who cares that there national anthem was written in blood its part of there history and culture. The US national anthem was written during at battle at fort mcHenry but we still kept it. If there country wants to keep it then who are we to make that decision. Plus its not our business
This anthem showcases who the Algerian people are and how perserverant they are. It is a good anthem, and does not mean that the Algerian people are vicious or that they are a bad dangerous people with bad morals. There is a great deal behind the anthem and the circumstances behind it are only a part.
Our national anthem was written by someone who was held prisoner on a battleship during an attack on one of our cities. It has great meaning to us and the Algerians attach great meaning to their national anthem. It is historically significant to their fight for independence after years of colonial rule and dominance by the French. It is part of their heritage and a source of national pride to them and is appropriate for them to use as a national anthem.
The Algerian National Anthem has a history behind it. That history is literally one of bloodshed. The people of Algeria went through a great deal of struggle and transformation to get where they are today. The people sacrificed a lot to make their country a better place. They should remember the past by using their national anthem.
The words of the Algerian National Anthem show where the country came from and the struggles they have been through. The fact that these words were originally written on a prison wall in blood gives the national anthem more history. The country should not pick a different National Anthem, because these words show the struggle someone put in just to write them.