Algeria – Religious applications and electronic Korans, whose source is unknown, which are used lately by Algerians are a threat to the national religious reference.
These religious applications, whose source is unknown, represent a great danger for the national religious reference. "If anyone misunderstands the content of these applications, he can be deceived," said Imam of Baraki El Kaouther Mosque, Mr. Ali Karoum. "Some electronic Qur'ans contain spelling errors that change the meaning and explanation of the Qur'an," he added.
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