Danish politicians slam Qatar’s control of Grand Mosque
Monday, 29 June 2020 ()
LONDON – Qatar has taken control of the Grand Mosque in the Danish capital of Copenhagen, sparking outrage from the Scandinavian country’s left, according to Berlingske. At a board meeting, the board of the fund behind the mosque was replaced, giving five people from Qatar an absolute majority on the board, reported Berlingske. Qatar’s move sparked a political outrage in Denmark as left-wing politicians demanded the government put an end to foreign interference in Danish mosques. One of the new board members is Shaheen al-Ghanim, who has been director of the Ministry of Endowments (Awqaf) and Islamic...
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