Austria to Close 7 Mosques, Expel 'Several' Foreign-Funded Imams - ChancellorSputnik International
Jun. 08, 2018
HATE HOAX: Native American Activist Approached Chanting Covington Catholic Teens, Got In Their Face
Family Of Teen Falsely IDed As Covington Student Tells Of Harassment By Twitter Mob
Dan Rather Attacks Covington Catholic Students Hours After Story Debunked
Ben Shapiro, Who Rushed to Share Condemnation Of Covington Students, Slams CNN For Doing The Same
Sandmann Family Releases Statement: I Thought 'Remaining Motionless & Calm' Would 'Diffuse The Situation'
The decision follows the outcomes of the probe into photos of-of children in mosques backed by Turkey playing dead and reenacting the World War I battle of Gallipoli.
Austria Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said on Friday Vienna will expel "several" foreign-funded imams and close seven mosques in a crackdown on "political Islam."
The decision was made after an inquiry into photos that were made in an Austrian mosque. The showed boys wearing military uniforms, marching, saluting, carrying Turkish flags in reenaction of 1915-16 battle of Gallipoli, which saw the defeat of the allied forces by the Turks during the World War I.
Kurz has been a consistent critic of "political Islam," ordering the development of a "child protection" law banning hijabs in pre-schools and primary schools, in order to ensure that "children do not face discrimination at that age."