Grand Mosque of Copenhagen
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The Tabah Foundation, an Islamic consultancy firm based in United Arab Emirates, is planning to fund a mosque planned by Jan Wenzel and Lars Tuxen. This mosque is expected to cost 427 million euro. The mosque has no minarets and is shaped like a crescent moon. It will serve 3,000 worshipers and feature a multi-cultural center and student housing.
On June 2007, several Copenhagen imams participated in a Hizb ut-Tahrir convention. The imams explained that they would like to work on common projects, such as the Grand Mosque, with Hizb ut-Tahrir or any good-willing partner.
- The Grand Mosque of Copenhagen, The Copenhagen Post, April 26, 2007
- http://cphpost.dk/news/politicians-and-royals-steering-clear-of-grand-mosque-s-opening.9890.html. Missing or empty
- Mosque designs vie for single site, The Copenhagen Post, May 3, 2007
- (Danish) Imamer blåstempler Hizb ut-Tahrir, Berlingske Tidende, June 24, 2007
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