ALGIERS-Minister of Religious Affairs Mohamed Aissa on Tuesday said that Algeria was ready to train imams in Belgium and its experience in terms of prevention against extremism and the promotion of the moderation culture “can be exported to other countries.”
ALGIERS- Minister of Religious Affairs and Waqfs, Mohamed Aissa announced Monday that the cost of the pilgrimage will be revised upward, due to the 5% tax imposed by Saudi Arabia.
ALGIERS- Minister of Religious affairs and Wakfs Mohamed Aissa highlighted Thursday, in Baku (Azerbaijan), Algeria’s successful experience in its transition from the period of terrorism and extremism to peace and stability, said Thursday a ministerial communiqué.
BLIDA (Algeria)-The Minister of Religious Affairs and Waqfs Mohamed Aissa said Tuesday, in Blida, that Algeria refuses the return of radical speech aimed at sowing hatred and despair among the youth.
BISKRA (Algeria) – Minister of Religious Affairs and Waqfs (endowments) Mohamed Aïssa said Monday in Biskra that the sectarian thinking can only be combated by immunizing the society through the sole reference to the national religious institution.
BISKRA (Algeria)- "Algeria has managed to overcome terrorism and is in the stage of prevention against extremism and radicalization," the minister of Religious Affairs said Monday.
MECCA-Minister of Religious Affairs Mohamed Aissa said that hajj (pilgrimage) 2017 season was successful, hailing the huge efforts made by members of the hajj mission despite the difficulties and the high number of hajjis (pilgrims) this year.
MEDINA-The first stage of the organization of the hajj for this year has been successful, said the Minister of Religious Affairs Mohamed Aissa following a meeting in Medina, during which he listened to reports drawn up by carious groups of the mission entrusted with organizing the hajj for this year.
ALGIERS- Minister of Religious Affairs and Wakfs Mohamed Aissa and the Vice Chair of Italian Senate's Foreign Affairs Committee, Paolo Corsini, expressed Monday in Algiers the willingness of the two countries to sign an agreement on training of imams (Muslim scholars) in Italy.
ALGIERS- Minister of Religious Affairs and Waqfs (Endowment), Mohamed Aissa declared Tuesday in Algiers that "the Algerian State is not willing to fight the members of Ahmadiyya sect," stressing that they are not prosecuted for practicing a religious cult but for their membership in an unauthorized association and collecting donations without permission.