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Guinea sets up commission to monitor Imams and Koranic schools to prevent terrorism

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A teenager reads the Koran in Paris March 31, 2012
A teenager reads the Koran in Paris March 31, 2012 REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
By: Karim Kamara in Conakry

In Guinea, the government has stepped up measures in an attempt to prevent terrorism spreading into the country from neigbouring states.A commission has been set up to register mosques and Koranic schools across the country, to monitor the kind of messages imams pass on to their followers, and the kind of education being given to pupils attending Koranic schools.Karim Kamara reports from Conakry.

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