Long forgotten, the village of Ish – “horn” in Berber – is a small aghrem (Ksar), located between Bouarfa and Figuig, the Moroccan-Algerian border. This small village has managed to preserve time and resists its isolation. Small mud houses, palm wood or juniper are welded together. In the caves around at Ghilane Haitam, Lmlalih, Dchira, prehistory has left its mark: the rock paintings of the era of hunting and animal husbandry and small mounds.