The 53-year-old Islamist said that he will appeal and rescind if necessary to ensure that “fighting for freedom of conscience is non-negotiable.”
A well-known Algerian lawyer told AFP that Saïd Djabelkhir, a well-known Algerian Islamist, was sentenced to three years in prison by the Algiers court on Thursday, April 22, for “insulting Islamic precepts.” “Shock” The severity of the punishment. “There is no evidence, the file is empty. We want to relax.”Added ME Chadi condemned the technical flaws.
When asked about his appearance in court, a 53-year-old researcher, Mr. Djabelkhir, told AFP that he would appeal and file an appeal if necessary. He has not received a detention order. “This struggle must continue to fight for freedom of conscience, freedom of opinion and freedom of speech., He pleaded. The struggle for freedom of conscience is non-negotiable. “
He was prosecuted by seven lawyers and another scholar for “insulting the precepts of Islam and Muslim rituals.” Since the beginning of this incident, Mr. Gabelkhill has won the support of many Algerian colleagues and politicians.