Protesters discussed the close relationship between the Libyan and Algerian peoples in their historic struggles against oppressive regimes.
Though the Algerian embassy declined an interview, one official told Press TV that the Algerian government is not on close terms with Gaddafi regarding the fight against the revolutionary forces. But protesters disagreed.
Interestingly, the Algerian press claims the charges are actually inspired by Morocco, rival of Algeria in North Africa.
The two countries maintain persistent differences over Western Sahara which blocked the construction of the Arab Maghreb Union, launched in 1989 and counts Tunisia and Mauritania as well as Algeria, Libya and Morocco.
Protesters stated they will continue coming here to the Algerian embassy and sending letters and other forms of communication to get the message across that they support the people of Libya and they want the Algerian government to do the same.