Bishop against Greek parliament’s mosque building bill
Recently, the historic Recep Paşa mosque, which was built on the Greek island of Rhodes during the Ottoman era, collapsed last week. Following the collapse of two of the four main pillars, the entire structure collapsed, the Anatolia news agency reported. Kyriakos Magos, an architect working for the Rhodes municipality who oversees renovation projects of the island’s historic buildings, said the mosque had deficiencies in its structure and was supported by piers for a long time, before the collapse.
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