Now go back to your corner and be a good dhimmi…
Algerian Religious Affairs Minister Bouabdellah Ghlamallah has demanded that eight Christian organizations in the country operate in accordance with Algeria’s 2006 law regulating non-Muslim religious activity.
He said that if this demand is not met, such activity is likely to be banned “officially and irreversibly.”
Ghlamallah also criticized newspapers that recently published a petition for individual rights and freedom of belief for Christians, and said that stopping evangelism was a mission in which all the public should participate.
Source: El-Khabar, Algeria, March 25, 2008