Speak out for Algerian Christians' right to believe
25 May 2011 Karim Siaghi from Oran, Algeria, was sentenced to five
years in prison and fined 200,000 Algerian dinars (approx. £1,700). On 22 May the Governor of Béjaïa Province, Algeria, ordered all
churches of the Protestant Church of Algeria in his area to close. February 2013 saw another believer given a hefty fine for sharing the Gospel.
A further violation of Algerian Christians' right to freedom of religion is Ordinance 06-03, a law regulating the religious activities of non-Muslims. Read about the issues and campaign so far »
Algerian Christians have protested against Ordinance 06-03 but they need you to add your voice today. Please write to the Algerian Ambassador below expressing your concern about Karim's sentence and Ordinance 06-03. Please fill in your details below. Mandatory fields are marked with an asterisk.
His Excellency Mr Amar Abba
Embassy of Algeria
54 Holland Park
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