A leading promoter of Christian-Islamic cooperation, Prof. Tomáš Halík, spoke in support of the accused Islamic extremism
Autor: Lukáš Lhoťan | Publikováno: 15.11.2015 | Rubrika: Glosy
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The Czech Republic - The Prague Municipal Court dismissed a legal action by representatives of the Czech Muslim community, brought by Czech Muslims to the Czech police against the intervention of the Anti-extremist Department of the Czech Ministry of Interior in Prague mosques.

The Czech Republic - The Prague Municipal Court dismissed a legal action by representatives of the Czech Muslim community, brought by Czech Muslims to the Czech police against the intervention of the Anti-extremist Department of the Czech Ministry of Interior in Prague mosques.

The intervention occurred in 2014 during Friday prayers, and even then this action was investigated by control authorities of the Czech police; it was, however, found to be in accordance with Czech laws. The head of Czech Muslims Alrawi protested against the intervention at the time of Muslim prayers, and he demanded the Czech police not to intervene during Muslim Friday gatherings any more.

After the intervention, the police accused a Czech convert to Islam of spreading an Islamist book by Bilal Philips which includes an appeal to overthrow non-Islamic governments and hatred against them. A leading promoter of Christian-Islamic cooperation, Prof. Tomáš Halík, spoke in support of the accused Vladimir Sanka.

Vladimir Sanka