Moscow Mayor says no to more mosques in the city

It would appear that the mayor has decided to take the mosque out of mosque-ow

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Published time: March 01, 2013 17:10

Moscow Muslims celebrate Eid Al-Fitr with morning prayers. (RIA Novosti / Vladimir Astapkovich)

Moscow Muslims celebrate Eid Al-Fitr with morning prayers. (RIA Novosti / Vladimir Astapkovich)

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The Mayor of Moscow says there are no plans to build a new mosque in the city, and says the ‘excessive’ number of economic migrants was a ‘harmful thing’.

It has turned out that the praying Muslims are not at all Russian citizens and they are not Moscow residents. They are labor migrants. There are only 10 percent of Moscow residents among them and building mosques for everyone who wants it – I think this will be over the top,” Sergey Sobyanin said in an interview with Moscow’s Echo radio.

The top city official went on to say that “Muscovites now get irritated by people who speak a different language, have different manners, with aggressive behavior. This is not purely ethnic, but this is connected with some ethnic traits,” Sobyanin said.

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2 Replies to “Moscow Mayor says no to more mosques in the city”

  1. All nations should have control of the number of immigrants that are allowed in each year, and all nations should decide which economic inspired immigrants are allowed in. This fact use to be recognized by all think individuals but in the 1960s the left started the push for unlimited immigration and as they gained political power and control they have pursued their dream of flooding the west with immigrants so they can collapse western civilization and replace it with their socialist utopia. It looks like Russia is going to ally with the jihadists when they are attacking other nations but block them from taking control of Russia, Czar Vladimir wants to be the big boy on the block in international politics and is playing a very dangerous game to achieve his goal.

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