BERLIN – Ali Kizilkaya, Chairman German Central Muslim Council said on Tuesday in Berlin, that Muslim leaders are planning an action day for Friday, following a series of attacks on mosques across the country.
He said it was part of a campaign against injustice and hate, coming amid tensions unleashed by the conflicts in the Middle East, including Iraq and Syria. [eap_ad_2] Kizilkaya said that as a society, Germans have to stand together” when churches, synagogues and mosques are attacked.
He said the Germany’s leading Muslim groups have invited representatives from political parties and other religions to the action day, which would take place after the Muslim Friday prayers in major cities including Berlin, Cologne, Hanover, Munich and Bielefeld. (dpa/NAN)[eap_ad_3]
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