Algeria bans Muslims to learn about Christianity

Noisy Room.Net has the news.

The reason of this, though is that the region in which the conversions are blooming is Cabilia, a region with a strong sentiment of their own past before the Islamization , as I wrote in Eurabian News:

En los foros en Internet frecuentados por jóvenes de Cabilia, la nueva ley ha suscitado reacciones muy negativas. “La República islamista muestra su verdadera faz”, afirman los participantes en uno de ellos aludiendo al régimen argelino. “Los islamistas en libertad, los cristianos al trullo”, señalan otros refiriéndose a la reciente excarcelación de integristas indultados por el régimen.
Las conversiones al cristianismo han sido más numerosas en Cabilia porque es una región bereber rebelde que quiere marcar diferencias con el resto del país. Varias asociaciones de la sociedad civil reivindican incluso la reinstauración de los valores que imperaban en el siglo VIII, antes de que fuesen islamizados. Algunos lugares de la costa norteafricana habían sido entonces evangelizados.

It is a bereber rebel region where several associations were demanding the reinstauration of the values that were held in the 8th century BEFORE they were Islamicized. El Pais, left-wing newspapers, says afterwards: “some places from the North African Coast were evangelized” then”. Any one who has seen a map of the Roman Empire knows that from Egypt to Tunisia, it was Roman, so it was more than “some places”. More than half of it in fact…

Enzo, from hiddentruths, has the last report on Human Rights in Algeria. Just click here and read (first part is in Italian but the report is in English, just scroll down a bit)

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