Threatening letters sent to mosques in Germany have increased since Oct. 7: Organization

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Thu, 18 Jan 2024 7:31 GMT
Muslim community increasingly worried, says Turkish-Islamic Union.
Threatening letters sent to mosques in Germany have increased since Oct. 7: Organization

The number of threatening letters sent to mosques in Germany has notably increased since the start of the Israel-Hamas war on Oct. 7.

According to a statement from the discrimination unit of the Turkish-Islamic Union (DITIB) based in the northern city of Cologne, numerous letters and e-mails containing insults and threats have been sent to mosques in Germany.

Cologne Central Mosque alone has received 17 such e-mails and letters, and more recently, DITIB Selimiye Mosque in the northern town of Dinslaken was targeted.

Against this background, the Muslim community is increasingly worried, it said.

Source: AA

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