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Offbeat Algeria: a renowned Islamologist severely convicted for "offense to Islam"

16:40  22 april  2021
16:40  22 april  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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interviewed at the exit of the Tribunal, Mr. Djabelkhir, also surprised by the heaviness of the verdict, told AFP that he would appeal and would go so far as necessary. However, it was not placed under filing mandate.

"We have the misfortune to do research in Algeria. But it is a fight that must continue for freedom of conscience, for freedom of opinion and for freedom of expression," he argued .

"The fight for freedom of conscience is non-negotiable," said Djabelkhir, a specialist in Sufism, a mystical and esoteric current of Islam. Graduate in Islamic Sciences, he is author of two known works dealing with religion.

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pursued by seven lawyers and another academic for "offense to the precepts of Islam and Muslim rites", he risked up to five years in prison.

It is criticized in Saïd Djabelkhir for writing that the sacrifice of the sheep - Muslim tradition - existed before the advent of Islam, and criticized some practices like the marriage of prepuberous girls in some Muslim societies.

Algerian law punishes three to five years of imprisonment and / or a fine "whoever offends the prophet or denigrates the dogma or the precepts of Islam, whether by writing, of drawing, of declaration or any other means ".

- Academic freedom -

During his trial on April 1, the Islamologist had defended to have "harmful to Islam", state religion in Algeria, ensuring that he had only informed " Academic reflections "and that he was accused" by people who have no competence in terms of religion ".

In a recent interview at AFP, he felt that "a great deal of new reflection on the founding texts of Islam is necessary because traditional readings no longer meet the expectations, needs and questions of the man. modern".

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