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Danish mosques call for dialogue on government initiatives
A number of Danish politicians have recently called for stricter action to be taken when it comes to the issue of radicalised imams.
However, certain members of the Muslim community believe that Danish Muslims have been left out of the discussions. Mosques are now calling for members of government to consult with Muslim leadership, reports TV2.
Left out of the equation
Anouar Touimi, a board member and founder of Copenhagen Mosque, does not believe any good will come from anti-radicalisation efforts unless the Muslim community is made a part of the initiatives.
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