Towards the Prime Minister, the Minister of Religions and the Minister of Interior Affairs / Athens. The President of Irakliou Council of the Muslim Elders reports that the Mosques of Yeni and Vezir Jami were used for the religious services of the Muslims.
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Towards the Prime Minister, the Minister of Religions and the Minister of Interior Affairs / Athens. The President of Irakliou Council of the Muslim Elders reports that the Mosques of Yeni and Vezir Jami were used for the religious services of the Muslims.
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However the Yeni Mosque had been occupied in order to place there the Muslim prisoners the President complains that out of the 20 mosques of the city only two had been left to the Muslims and if those last mosques are going to be occupied as well
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The Muslim religion will be prohibited and such a thing'd be against the Greek Constitution
Issue Date
1923-03-23
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/59970
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20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIGVC00004
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