Chi guarda le moschee in Europa
Guardare le moschee in Europa sta diventando un must.
Le si guarda per i motivi più svariati, non importa a quale religione si appartiene.
In progressione cronologica:
- in Germania (Monaco di Baviera) ci sono persone che fanno la guardia alle moschee per controllare che lì non avvengano movimenti strani.
- in Italia (Treviso) delle guardie controllano preventivamente i fedeli che escono dalle moschee, li fotografano.
- in Olanda (Amsterdam) alcuni fedeli marocchini fanno la guardia alle moschee di notte per evitare attacchi islamofobi (vedi sotto).
Amsterdam: Moroccans guarding mosques at night
The faithful at three Moroccan mosques in Amsterdam are guarding the mosques at night, after the mosques received threatening pamphlets in the mail.
According to a spokesperson, mosques elsewhere in the country also got such pamphlets. He couldn’t say if they were keeping guard too. The pamphlets said things like “Wilders will free us of you”, according to the spokesperson. He could these threats and similar recent incidents “very alarming”.
Mosques are more often the targets of graffiti,threats or violence. A mosque in Dordrecht was recently shot at. Earlier this year a mosque in Groningen suffered from an arson attempt.
The national police registered five such incidents in the first half of 2010. Last year there were 16 cases and in 2008 there were 32.
The spokesperson for UMMAO (organization of Moroccan mosques in greater Amsterdam), mosques don’t often complain of such incidents.
Source: Telegraaf (Dutch)