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Algeria References

Great Sources: 

“Your Destiny is to Stay with Him: State Response to Domestic Violence in Algeria.”, Human Rights Watch, 23 April 2017,

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Other Citations: 

“Algeria.”, Human Rights Watch, 

“Algeria: One Year On, Activists Languish in Jail.”, Human Rights Watch, 24 February 2020, 

“Algeria: Crackdown on Protestant Faith.”, Human Rights Watch, 24 October 2019,

“Briefing On Human Rights and Religious Freedom – The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.”, House Foreign Affairs Committee, Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, Human Rights Watch, 6 July 2018,

“Algeria: Feminist Groups Arbitrarily Suspended.”, Human Rights Watch, 19 March 2018,

“Algeria: Inadequate Response to Domestic Violence.”, Human Rights Watch, 23 April 2017,

“Algeria: Constitutional reform process undermined by crackdown.”, Amnesty International, 25 June 2020,

“Abdelmadjid Tebboune: Who is Algeria's new president?”, Al Jazeera Media Network, 13 December 2019.

“Policing Belief: The Impact of Blasphemy Laws on Human Rights - Algeria.” Freedom House, 21 October 2010,  

“The Algerian Constitution.” Middle East Journal, vol. 17, no. 4, 1963, pp. 446–450. JSTOR, Accessed 15 July 2020.

“Algeria 1989 (reinst. 1996, rev. 2016).”, Constitute, 

“Blasphemy and Related Laws.”, Library of Congress, 03 March 2017, 

“Algeria.” International Religious Freedom Report 2007, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, US Department of State, 14 September 2007, 

“Africa: Algeria.” The World Factbook,, Central Intelligence Agency,

Bendimerad, Rym. “Algerian women embrace a spirit of resilience and revolution.”, Al Jazeera Media Network, 12 March 2020,


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