The Ierodikis and the President of the Elders' Council complain that since the day the Muslim mosques had been pillaged and demolished (Leilatithikan Kai Katastrafikan) the Muslims have no place to go for their services.
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Title
The Ierodikis and the President of the Elders' Council complain that since the day the Muslim mosques had been pillaged and demolished (Leilatithikan Kai Katastrafikan) the Muslims have no place to go for their services.
Description
The Ierodikis and the President of the Elders' Council ask the Irakliou Prefect to appoint a safe place for them to pray because the Ramazan Feast is about to start.
Note
President of Irakliou Muslim Elders informs the Irakliou Prefect that according to decision of Greek Government. destroyed mosques had to be given back to Muslim Community, although their present condition's so bad.
Issue Date
1915-09-26
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/55686
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIGVD00011
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Open Access
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Purchase

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