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Freedom of Belief Article Dropped — and All Pretense of Respecting It? It is sadly commonplace that many countries that respect human rights the least have constitutions that respect human rights the most. Iraq’s constitution under Saddam Hussein, for example, guaranteed freedom of expression, assembly, religion, privacy, and the rest. What’s less common is when a government...
USCIRF Troubled by Escalating Persecution of Ahmadi Muslims in Algeria Washington, DC – The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) is troubled by reports of escalating repression targeting the Ahmadiyya community in Algeria in recent weeks. “New convictions and harsh sentences against Ahmadi Muslims in Algeria demonstrate systematic and ongoing persecution on religious...
London: British parliamentarians have called on Pakistan to protect the fundamental rights of the minorities. Taking part in a debate, in the House of Commons, the parliamentarians expressed deep concern about the persecution of the minority Ahmadiya community in Pakistan, Algeria and other countries. The debate also focused on the impact of hate preachers across...
More Than 50 Tried in December on Charges Relating to Religion (Beirut) – Algerian authorities have stepped up trials of members of the Ahmadiyya religious minority on charges related to the exercise of their religion, Human Rights Watch said today. Sentences range from fines to a year in prison. Human Rights Watch received information that, in December...
ALGIERS: An Algerian court on Wednesday found the head of the country’s tiny Ahmadiyya community guilty of ‘offending Islam’ and handed him a six-month suspended sentence, his lawyer said. “Mohamed Fali was handed a six-month suspended sentence. He was found guilty of unauthorised fundraising and offending the Prophet (PBUH) and Islam,” Salah Dabouz said. Ahmadis...
At least 286 of Algeria’s roughly 2,000 Ahmadis have been arrested since last year. ALGIERS — An Algerian court on Wednesday found the head of the country’s tiny Ahmadi community guilty of “offending Islam” and handed him a six-month suspended sentence, his lawyer said. “Mohamed Fali was handed a six-month suspended sentence. He was found...
Human Rights Watch (HRW) called on the Algerian government to halt its persecution and hate speech against religious minorities in the country after authorities proceeded to a crackdown on the followers of the Ahmadi sect. HRW raised the alarm concerning the discrimination endured by religious minorities in Algeria following the arrest of the President of...
An Algerian court on Wednesday found the head of the country’s tiny Ahmadi community guilty of “offending Islam” and handed him a six-month suspended sentence, his lawyer said. “Mohamed Fali was handed a six-month suspended sentence. He was found guilty of unauthorised fundraising and offending the Prophet and Islam,” Salah Dabouz said. While Ahmadis consider...
286 Prosecutions of Ahmadis (Beirut) – The arrest of Mohamed Fali, president of Algeria’s Ahmadiyya community on August 28, 2017, is the latest example of a crackdown on the religious minority, Human Rights Watch said today. Scores of Ahmadis have been prosecuted since June 2016, and some imprisoned for up to six months. Senior government officials have...
The New Arab (26.08.2017) – http://bit.ly/2xpG2or – Accused of heresy by Islamist extremists and targeted by the authorities, members of Algeria’s tiny Ahmadi community say they have been forced to go underground to worship. Abderahmane, a 42-year-old trader from Kabylie in northern Algeria, joined the reformist Islamic movement after years as an ultra-conservative Salafist. People he once called friends...
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