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" Government attempts to control them legally for the stated purpose of combating extremists. The Government appoints and pays the salaries of the imams who lead prayers in mosques and monitors their sermons; however, it does not similarly contribute to... "
Religious Freedom in the Near East, Northern Africa and the Former Soviet States - Page 10
by Edward P. Lipton - 2002 - 237 pages
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Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Report Submitted to the ..., Volume 2

2005
...the government attempted to supervise them closely for the stated purpose of combating extremists. The government appoints and pays the salaries of the imams who lead prayers in mosques, and it monitors their sermons; however, it does not contribute to the funding of Christian churches. During...
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Annual Report, International Religious Freedom: Report Submitted to the ...

United States. Department of State - 2001
...missionary groups if they do not proselyte actively. SECTION II. STATUS OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM Legal I Policy Framework The Constitution provides for freedom of...extremists, the Government has announced its intention to oring all nongovernment mosques under its control by 2002. prior to issuance of a presidential decree...
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Annual Report on International Religious Freedom 2004, November 2004, 108-2 ...

2005
...and the Government attempts to control them legally for the stated purpose of combating extremists. The Government appoints and pays the salaries of the...lead prayers in mosques and monitors their sermons; however, it does not similarly contribute to the building, repair, or funding of Christian churches....
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Unity in Diversity: Interfaith Dialogue in the Middle East

Mohammed Abu-Nimer, Amal Khoury, Emily Welty - 2007 - 285 pages
...interference of the state in religion is apparent by the fact that the government controls mosques, appoints and pays the salaries of the imams who lead prayers in mosques, and monitors their sermons (US Department of State 2003). To approve the construction of places of worship, the State Security...
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Annual Report on International Religious Freedom 2007, February 2008, 110-2 ...

2008
...religions." The Government last recognized a new religious group in 1990. All mosques must be licensed. The Government appoints and pays the salaries of the...lead prayers in mosques and monitors their sermons. It does not contribute to the funding of Christian churches. The Minister of Awqaf reported that there...
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