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    What do you guys think about this. I think people should be free to choose whatever religion they want to follow, as long as they respect other religions? Thnaks


    L’Algérie adopte une loi contre le prosélytisme

    L’Algérie a adopté une loi réglementant l’exercice religieux pour les non-musulmans et qui rend le prosélytisme passible de peines de prison.
    lundi 20 mars 2006.

    Le prosélytisme est apparu ces dernières années dans plusieurs régions algériennes, par l’intermédiaire de plusieurs missions des églises évangéliques.
    Les membres du Conseil de la nation, la deuxième chambre du parlement, ont voté ce texte portant approbation de l’ordonnance relative aux conditions et règles régissant la pratique des rites religieux non musulmans. Seul le représentant du Rassemblement pour la Culture et la Démocratie (RCD, démocrate) au sein du Conseil a voté contre. Mercredi dernier, le texte avait déjà été adopté à une écrasante majorité par les députés de l’Assemblée Populaire Nationale (APN).

    La loi prévoit des peines de 2 à 5 ans de prison et une amende de 500.000 à 1.000.000 de dinars (5.000 à 10.000 euros) contre toute personne qui "incite, contraint ou utilise des moyens de séduction tendant à convertir un musulman à une autre religion". Les mêmes sanctions sont prévues contre toute personne qui "fabrique, entrepose, ou distribue des documents imprimés ou métrages audio-visuels ou tout autre support ou moyen, qui visent à ébranler la foi musulmane".

    Le texte interdit l’exercice du culte autre que musulman en "dehors des édifices prévus à cet effet et subordonne l’affectation des édifices pour l’exercice du culte à l’obtention d’une autorisation préalable". Selon le ministère des affaires religieuses, ce texte a pour objectif principal "l’interdiction du prosélytisme et des campagnes clandestines d’évangélisation".

    Synthèse de Mourad
    D’après AP


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    is there english translation

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    • #3
      Senate passes law on the practice of non Muslim religious rites
      Algiers – Members of the Nation’s Council adopted Monday the law on the approval of the ordinance relating to conditions and rules governing the practice of non-Muslim religious rites. Abdelkader Bensalah, President of the Council, in the presence of Justice Minister Tayeb Belaiz, held the vote in plenary session. Only the representative of the Rally for Culture and Democracy (RCD) within the Council voted against the law.

      Will try to get more information in English.

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      • #4
        Saha MM,
        An explanation of why this title to this thread is needed

        And re the law, not different from what exists in France, we copy them in everything...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MrMeaner1
          What do you guys think about this. I think people should be free to choose whatever religion they want to follow, as long as they respect other religions? Thnaks

          ....
          True, and I second that is as long as they don't dirtily work hard to spread and set up a new "thing" into our society.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by phylay
            Saha MM,
            An explanation of why this title to this thread is needed

            And re the law, not different from what exists in France, we copy them in everything...
            To get people's attention! It seems that forumists would click on something that says marriage but not on other topics!!!! Right Mr Meaner

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            • #7
              Originally posted by pandora

              To get people's attention! It seems that forumists would click on something that says marriage but not on other topics!!!! Right Mr Meaner
              That's what I thought too. He must be banned for misleading the forum members

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              • #8
                Originally posted by nouha
                is there english translation
                Anyone who try to convert Algerians from Moslims to other religion, will be penalized..Full stop
                However the opposite is not true , (m.e any moslim are welcome to help a non moslims to become a moslim.)

                F-
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                A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.
                By: George Bernard Shaw

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                • #9
                  Saha Fortunato,
                  She asked for a translation and not for your understanding of the law

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by pandora
                    Originally posted by phylay
                    Saha MM,
                    An explanation of why this title to this thread is needed

                    And re the law, not different from what exists in France, we copy them in everything...
                    To get people's attention! It seems that forumists would click on something that says marriage but not on other topics!!!! Right Mr Meaner
                    You are right.I have noticed that hereon Algeria.com, members have a weak spot for Marriages. If they are not trying to get married, they like to fill "Kra3",therefore ykar3ajou

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by phylay
                      Originally posted by pandora

                      To get people's attention! It seems that forumists would click on something that says marriage but not on other topics!!!! Right Mr Meaner
                      That's what I thought too. He must be banned for misleading the forum members
                      That was just a test Thanks god Al Khiyal understand

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by FORTUNATO
                        Originally posted by nouha
                        is there english translation
                        Anyone who try to convert Algerians from Moslims to other religion, will be penalized..Full stop
                        However the opposite is not true , (m.e any moslim are welcome to help a non moslims to become a moslim.)

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                        Sahit ya Si Fortunato,

                        You have a very good point there

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                        • #13
                          Just a joke.

                          Ain Baghla (Algérie) : un professeur de lycée, pourtant arabisé, a été renvoyé pour avoir converti des grammes en kilogrammes.
                          Le ministre de l'intérieur a rappelé que la loi est au dessus de tous. Prof ou pas prof, toute conversion est interdite par la loi.
                          on attend la réaction du Bureau International des Poids et Mesures qui s'est réuni ce matin à Genêves. Ce bureau tentera de faire valoir un cas de jurisprudence en Algérie. Ait Ahmed n'a-t-il pas converti un parti socialiste en parti islamiste?
                          À mois que la conversion dans ce sens soit autorisée.

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                          • #14
                            Azul Jug,

                            I hope they do well(I'll be watching the games in Algiers). At least they made it thus far. I read about "Le parcours du combattant" to get to the place where JSK played.

                            I don't think there are many who know about these B.S laws.
                            As for Hocine, if he's bitter because he was outmaneuvered by the other snakes in the race to El Koursi, that's something very sad. Actually, he's quite old now, and revenge doesn't taste good anymore at his age. He should just give up and play it a la Boudiaf I hope you are well in Cali.

                            T.C.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by MrMeaner1
                              Just a joke.

                              Ain Baghla (Algérie) : un professeur de lycée, pourtant arabisé, a été renvoyé pour avoir converti des grammes en kilogrammes.
                              Le ministre de l'intérieur a rappelé que la loi est au dessus de tous. Prof ou pas prof, toute conversion est interdite par la loi.
                              on attend la réaction du Bureau International des Poids et Mesures qui s'est réuni ce matin à Genêves. Ce bureau tentera de faire valoir un cas de jurisprudence en Algérie. Ait Ahmed n'a-t-il pas converti un parti socialiste en parti islamiste?
                              À mois que la conversion dans ce sens soit autorisée.
                              Saha MM
                              Thats funny
                              Soon anybody converting the Euro to Dinnar will be thanked

                              But anybody converting the Dinnar to Euro will be Penalized by 100 Euro

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                              A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.
                              By: George Bernard Shaw

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