Monday, April 22, 2019

Australian man arrested after interrupting a Muslim public prayer

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Watch: An Australian demonstrator stood in front of a group of worshipers and shouted at them, "Muhammad is a false prophet."
The policemen rushed to arrest him.
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On September 16, 2011 (8 years ago) a controversial law has come into effect in France banning prayer in public spaces across the country.
The street-prayer ban has highlighted France’s problems of multiculturalism and integration.
In France, where a strict separation of church and state has been in force for a century, public displays of religious activity are frowned upon.
France counts the largest Muslim minority of any European country.