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Italy: Proposed fines for Muslims sparks controversy
The President of the northern Italian city of Milan, Filippo Penati, has triggered widespread debate with a controversial proposal to fine Muslims who pray on the streets outside the city's mosque.
According to authorities, the number of people praying on the sidewalk creates traffic and obstacles for pedestrians in the area surrounding the Viale Jenner mosque, a converted garage.
"Article 190 of the law regarding the obstruction of streets should be applied immediately," said Penati.
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