France's Mosques Envious of Churches After Foreign Funding Ban
A new ban prohibits foreign funding for mosques, and the country’s staunch separation between church and state means that money has to come from local citizens and organizations. But for the far right, one mosque is one too many.
The Sainte Rita Church in Paris’ 15th arrondissement, the whitest and most bourgeois part of the city, is quite large, equal in height to a six-story building. Last Wednesday the police removed dozens of...
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