Of course, the fact that the Hagia Sophia, the most important cathedral in Christendom after the Vatican and the most for Eastern Christians is still a conquered mosque where Christian worship is still strictly forbidden escapes the dhimmis at the BBC.
Athens – the EU capital city without a mosque
By Mark Lowen BBC News, Athens
At Friday prayers and across Athens, Muslims gather in underground, cramped prayer rooms.
The makeshift facilities are illegal but this huge community faces no other option. Athens, a metropolis on the edge of the Muslim world, is one of the few EU capitals without a mosque.
Since Greece gained independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1832, no government has allowed a mosque to be built in the city. It was seen by many as “un-Greek” – out of place in a country in which much more than 90% of the population are Orthodox Christians.