Another Mosque Set on Fire in Germany

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SHAFAQNA  – Amid a series of attacks in Europe, another mosque was burnt in Germany on Tuesday morning, adding to the increasing number of Islamophobic attacks on Muslims and Islamic centres in recent months.

“At first we thought the tea burnt. But then we noticed the smoke in the prayer room” said Veysel Arslan.

According to the eye witness, the Sultan Ahmet Cami Mosque in the University city of Witten, located in the district of North Rhine-Westphalian was raised on fire on Monday night at around 23.30 local time according to German daily DerWesten.

Amid a series of attacks in Europe, another mosque was burnt in Germany on Tuesday morning, adding to the increasing number of Islamophobic attacks on Muslims and Islamic centres in recent months.

“At first we thought the tea burnt. But then we noticed the smoke in the prayer room” said Veysel Arslan.

According to the eye witness, the Sultan Ahmet Cami Mosque in the University city of Witten, located in the district of North Rhine-Westphalian was raised on fire on Monday night at around 23.30 local time according to German daily DerWesten.

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