Angola Denies Reports About Islam Ban

Posted: November 28, 2013 in Current Affairs, World Affairs
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CAIRO : In what can be described as a first official reaction to reports about Islam ban in Angola, officials at the Southwest African nation’s Washington embassy have denied the reports as erroneous, asserting their country’s respect for all faiths..

“The Republic of Angola … it’s a country that does not interfere in religion,” an official at the Angolan Embassy in Washington, DC, who did not want to be identified discussing the sensitive matter, told International Business Times via telephone Monday, November 25.

“We have a lot of religions there. It is freedom of religion. We have Catholic, Protestants, Baptists, Muslims and evangelical people.”Several African and Angolan newspapers and news agencies have reported Sunday that Angola has banned Islam in its country, in a very unprecedented step taken by a country against one of the Abrahamic faiths.

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