Towards General Commander of Crete/Irakliou Holy Court. President of Council of the Muslim Elders and Muftis reports that all Muslims had to leave the country side and take refuge, because armed groups of Christians have been threatening their life.
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Title
Towards General Commander of Crete/Irakliou Holy Court. President of Council of the Muslim Elders and Muftis reports that all Muslims had to leave the country side and take refuge, because armed groups of Christians have been threatening their life.
Description
Therefore, 4500 Muslims are Now living in the city into misery, without money or any kind of property the Elders ask that they have the same treatment with the refugees who came from Mikra Asia (Asia Minor)
Note
Also, they complain that the assimilation between the Muslim and the Greek Christian schools, according to order no 103 by the Supervision (Epoptiko Simvoulio), means the abolishment of the Muslim religion in Greece
Issue Date
1923-01-11
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/62250
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIGVC00003
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Open Access
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