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Expressing the Stance on the Expulsion of Imams and the Closure of Mosques in Austria

Prime Minister, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache announced in a joint government the closure of seven mosques and the expulsion of two Imams. These measures were justified by the "law on Islam" adopted in 2015, which banned foreign funding for imams and forced Muslim associations to take a positive view towards the state and society.
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Hizb ut Tahrir in the German-Speaking Countries Sent a Delegation to the Russian Embassy in Vienna

As part of a global campaign in support of the prisoner Jannat Bespalova, a delegation from Hizb ut Tahrir led bythe Head of the Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir in the German-speaking countries, Eng. Shakir Assim, went to the Russian Embassy in Vienna on Wednesday, 3rd of Rajab Al Fard 1439 AH, corresponding to 21/3/2018 to deliver a protest memorandum. This memorandum was delivered in Russian,
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An Ideology Loaded with Mines

Setting fire to the Kuja Sinan mosque in the Rhinkendorf (Reinickendorf) district of Berlin on 10/03/2018 is one of a series of ongoing attacks on Islamic facilities in Germany, which in the past two months alone have amounted to 44 attacks. The firm response by politics and the media, which we are used to when it comes to material work for a political purpose, was absent this time. The general and loose…
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The Ongoing Debate on Anti-Semitism In the German Federal Republic

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the founding of a Jewish entity, the President of the Republic, Steinmeier, delivered a speech on 15 December 2017 which was attended by the Ambassador of the Jewish entity in Germany. In his speech, the head of state ridiculed modern anti-Semitism, which in recent days has again shown its "evil face".
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