AZERBAIJAN: Fined for selling religious books

May 10, 2017

Kifayat Maharramova was fined four months' average wages in Gyanja in early May for selling religious books and discs without the state permission required to sell religious books or items. Police and State Religion Committee officials often seize religious books in raids.

 

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