5 sentenced for Christian doctrine preaching and public order offences

 Al-Khaber 

 

Five people were sentenced earlier in June for charges related preaching Christian doctrine and public order offences by virtue of the law on the religious practice in Algeria approved by the government in 2006. The sentences vary between one year sentence with no remission and one year suspended sentence with a 5000 AD fine.

Public authorities started implementing the legal texts ruling the religious practice in Algeria. Five people are to be tried for Christian doctrine preaching as well as public order offending. Sentences were considered by the indicted as a beach to the freedom of worship established by the constitution and stressed that they were trapped by security services.

The press attaché at the religious affairs ministry Mr. Tammine said he didn’t know about the trial, but all those who practice illegally the religious rituals i.e. outside the religious community. The same legal texts are applicable to Salafist Muslim communities.

Mr. Tammine recalled the French Monk Philippe Martinez expelled from Algeria because of disturbances he caused as he claimed he was sent by the Christ to “burn Algeria”. He manoeuvred the situation prevailing then to fuel violence in Algeria.  


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