The hunting of Christians in Algeria continues. This time it is in the Tuviret region that the attacks on Christians have happened. Five Kabyles, three from the same family, will appear before a judge on Tuesday morning.
They are accused of proselytism. That is, they are accused of wanting to encourage Muslims to convert to Christianity. Furthermore, they are also reproached for practicing worship without authorization. This case was brought to court following a complaint from a woman who accuses her husband and friends of wanting to convert her to Christianity. In addition, another Christian Kabyle was indicted by the Algerian colonial court on the grounds that he had imported Bibles.
Any opportunity is good for the power of Algiers to arrest the Christian Kabyles and put them in court to dissuade them from continuing on this path.