In Morocco and Algeria and Tunisia, Islam is slowly deceasing.
These countries used to be muslim countries.But they are no longer muslim countries.
In fact, in these countries, wine is sold everywhere although this is haram and strictely forbidden by many hadiths (sahiih hadeeth).
In these countries, there is sexual tourism and rate interest based banks.
Every one knows that rate interest is haram and is forbidden by many hadeeths.
But it doesn't stop people from running rate interest based banks in these countries.
The king of Morocco, king Mohamed 6, allows moroccans to sell wine and liquors and to run rate interest based banks (riba).
I heard that the situation is similar in Algeria and in Tunisia with President Bouteflika and President Ben Ali allowing people to sell wine and liquors and to run rate interest based banks.
They are however a few muslims in these countries who are still true to Islam.
There is no Islamic Bank in these countries.
They are masjids in these countries.
But again masjids are used to convey political statements such as "Love your King Mohamed 6" or "Follow President Bouteflika" or "Follow President Ben Ali".