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‘You can’t let anyone preach’: Germany needs to ‘control’ mosques to fight terrorism - UAE minister

  • Wed, 15 Nov 2017 05:20
Preview A loose oversight over mosques is what contributes to the rise of Islamist terrorism in Europe, an UAE minister warned. He then called on Germany and its neighbors to introduce stricter regulation over Muslim prayer halls to prevent radicalization.
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