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Czech Muslims celebrate end of Ramadan in hotel
About 400 Muslims based in the Czech Republic Tuesday celebrated the end of the holy month of Ramadan in the conference hall of the International Hotel because their mosque was too small for them, Munib Hasan, head of the Islamic Foundation in Brno, said Tuesday.
Last year, the Muslims had to rent a basketball hall in Brno for their prayers.
Hasan said a new mosque is needed in Brno.
The mosque, the oldest one in the country, was opened in Brno in 1998. A few dozens of Muslims took part in the prayers then.
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