While reading, I found out that the other has indeed researched Algeria because he does a great job at summarizing the events that Algeria has seen in the last 30 years: From fundamentalists, to Kabylia, Matoub, and Massinissa Guermah. Tassadit explains her name, refers to Saint-Augustine of Hippo, and explains her father’s refusal of religion.
At some point, Tassa (short for Tassadit) brings a homemade cake to the class and they all enjoyed.
For those who are wondering what the honey-soaked pastry made with clouds of semolina and eggs looks like, here are a few pictures below. Although the name was incorrectly transcribed as Timechepoucht, it should in my opinion be timeshewisht as there is no “P” sound in it and the "ch" should be "sh" because it is the English sound “sh” and not French “ch” one.