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No mosques in Denmark

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Submitted by Danish/American (United States), Mar 23, 2006 at 16:29

I'm curious - how many mosques are there in Denmark? ZERO, NADA, NONE, ZILCH - Kind of strange when you consider there are many Muslim Danes there

Not strange at all. The muslims want the Danish government to build the mosques. to give them the land and pay for the building expenses. The Danish government doesn't even build Lutheran churches so why on earth would they build mosques for the muslims?
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