Young Muslim talks about the precarious conditions of Christians in his countryasianews.it #In_CountryDecember 7, 2018
Some Muslims have converted to Christianity and those who have done so joined evangelical communities.
 Article 2 states that Islam is the religion of the state and Article 10 bans state institutions from doing anything against Islamic morality.
The second says that only a Muslim can become president.
Under Algerian law, apostasy is not a criminal offense.
Religious offenses are covered by Article 144 bis of the Penal Code, which imposes a prison sentence of three to five years and a fine of 50,000 to 100,000 Algerian dinars (US$ 631 to 1,263) on anyone who offends the Prophet and the envoys of God, or denigrates the dogma or precepts of Islam, whether by writing, drawing, in a statement or any other means.
Although it does not prohibit conversion as such, the ordinance prohibits any attempt to convert a Muslim to another religion or to “shake the faith of a Muslim”.
He was accused with having “shaken the faith of a Muslim” and was sentenced by to six months in prison and a fine of 50,000 Algerian dinars.
Freedom of worship is threatened in Algeria.
This was the case of Slimane Bouhafs, a Christian and human rights defender who was incarcerated for insulting the Prophet in certain publications and on social media.
Islam in this country is like that of all other Muslim countries.