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  • #16
    Originally posted by phylay
    Saha Fortunato,
    She asked for a translation and not for your understanding of the law
    Saha Phylay
    Thats true, , but still I wanted to say it in a simple english

    You remember in Algerian school "Anglais" the discussion between Omar and Andy

    Omar claim one kilo (4-5 oranges) cost 1 dinar
    Andy claim in England one orange cost 1 dinar .....

    He convert the Kilo of orange to a dinar, nothing about pound but indirectly there is a link of course


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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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    • #17
      Hey Andy, welcome to bouzidia

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      • #18
        Originally posted by MrMeaner1
        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
        You also know most threads turn into a marriage thread whatever the title

        And if not marriage then food, usually confection, your next thread should maybe be called chocolate

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        • #19
          The Algerian parliament has approved a law banning the call to embrace other religions than Islam.

          This law states to jail anyone "trying to call on a Muslim to embrace another religion," in remarks to the Christianizing (evangelize) campaigns taking place in the country.

          The Algerian Ummah council (Senate) approved this decision on Monday. This decision which was approved by the national people's council ( parliament) on March 15th is an attempt to withstand the Christianizing campaign which had witnessed a notable activity recently especially in al-Qabayel area east of the country.

          The ratified law stated to sentence imprisonment for two to five years and a fee between 5 to 10 thousands EURO against "anyone urging or forcing or tempting, to convert a Muslim to another religion."

          The same penalty applies to every person, manufacturer, store or circulate publications or audo-visual or other means aiming at destabilizing attachment to Islam.

          The law also bans practicing any religion "except Islam" "outside buildings allocated for that, and links specialized buildings aimed at practice of religion by a prior licensing."

          One official at the ministry of religious affairs said that the aim of the law is basically to "ban religious activity, and secret religious campaigns."

          The Christian community constitutes the largest religious minority in the country. This community accounts for the time being to less than 11,000 after it was hundreds of thousands before Algeria's independence in 1962 including 110 priests and 170 monks distributed all over Algerian lands.

          Algeria bans Muslims from learning about Christianity

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          • #20
            Originally posted by phylay
            Saha Fortunato,
            She asked for a translation and not for your understanding of the law
            looks like she understood only the "Title" and was curieuse about the content.....
            A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.
            By: George Bernard Shaw

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