Greek Ministry of Education to fund construction of Athens mosque

And the Western world continues its seeming race to surrender.


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By Katerina Nikolas
May 12, 2013 – 6 hours ago in Religion

Athens – The Greek Ministry of Education has provided the funds for the construction of a mosque in Athens. Building work is set to commence within the month, once the Council of State rules on objections to the mosque.

The Ministry of Education has struggled to provide essential classroom basics, including books and heating, due to decreased allocations of funds to satisfy demands by international creditors. Even as the department faces a strike by secondary school teachers over increased working hours for less pay, it has managed to allocate the sum of €946,000 to the Ministry of Growth to fund construction of the controversial mosque in Athens.

According to To Vima the Council of State must first rule over objections to the mosque, including objections by the Metropolitan Bishop of Piraeus Seraphim and some local residents. However, if the objections are overruled then funds are now in place to begin construction. Once complete, GR reported the mosque will be transferred for free to the steering committee of the Islamic mosque in Athens.

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7 Replies to “Greek Ministry of Education to fund construction of Athens mosque”

  1. not even 200 years have passed since they expelled the muslims from Greece and they want to build them a mosque!?!?!?! I think they deserve to be enslaved and eventually erradicated for their idiocy!

  2. I dont think the government of Greece is doing this voluntarily. Greeks remember the persecution they have suffered under Islam, after the conquest of Byzantium.

    I think that this is under duress from the EU.

  3. Kumbaya, my lord, kumbaya. Kumbaya, my lord, Kumbaya…etc. etc.

    Could the last person out of Greece please not forget to turn the lights off.

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