A progressive German mosque draws condemnation at home and abroad


    
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BERLIN (RNS) The Ibn Rushd-Goethe Mosque opened its doors less than two weeks ago. But it’s already fielding death threats and heaps of hate mail from Muslims and others in Germany and abroad.

“Of course, we’re scared,” said the mosque’s co-founder, Islamic scholar Abdel-Hakim Ourghi. “But we won’t allow ourselves to give up. We live in the West and cannot be any other way.”   

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