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ALGIERS- Algeria seeks to transmit its experience in the fight against extremism and radicalism through the creation of an institute of religious education in a country of the African Sahel, announced Minister of Religious Affairs and Wakfs Youcef Belmahdi.

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ALGIERS- The League of Ulema, Preachers and Imams of Sahel (LOPIS) stressed Saturday, in Algiers, the necessity of thwarting the extremist thought, through the promotion of the “religious moderation values,” by focusing on the “curriculum of Islamic education in the region’s countries.”

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OUAGADOUGOU- Minister of State, Minister of Territorial Administration, Decentralization and Social Cohesion of Burkina Faso Pengdwendé Clement Sawadogo affirmed Monday, in Ouagadougou, that his country hopes to take advantage of the Algerian experience in the fight against extremism.

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BAMAKO (Mali) – Malian Minister of religious affairs and worship Thierno Amadou Omar Hass Diallo said Wednesday in Bamako that the religious teaching guide elaborated by the League of Ulemas, Preachers and Imams of the Sahel will have a crucial role in the fight against extremism and intolerance.

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TIPASA-Minister of Religious Affairs and Wakfs (Endowments), Mohamed Aissa announced Thursday in Tipasa the completion of the religious programmes for the detainees involved in terrorism-related cases by joint services from his department and the Ministry of Justice.

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ALGIERS- Minister of Religious Affairs and Wakfs Mohamed Aissa said Monday that Algeria has become an "international school in the fight against terrorism and extremism," working for protection and preservation of the young against this scourge.

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ALGIERS-The Algeria-UK cooperation in the fight against terrorism and religious extremism was at the heart of discussions held Wednesday in Algiers between Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel and the United Kingdom's Minister for the Commonwealth and the United Nations Foreign Office in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Lord of Wimbledon Tariq Mahmood Ahmad.

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ALGIERS-The fight against violent extremism and terrorism requires effective strategies adapted to populations’ needs and challenges, said Sunday in Algiers the Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Office for West Africa (UNOWA) Mohammed Ibn Chambas. 

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LONDON-Algeria has fought back against extremism thanks to its deradicalization plan based on religious moderation, said Lord Richard Risby, the Britsh Prime Minister's Envoy for the Economic Partnership with Algeria. 

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NOUAKCHOTT-Participants in the training workshop on religious education manuals, which wrapped up Friday in Nouakchott (Mauritania), called to revise these manuals to face violent extremism threats. 

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