France Bans Islamic Street Friday Prayers In Paris on the Road

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

The French government has enacted a new law prohibiting Muslims from praying in the streets. France banned Muslim Friday prayers outside the room. France is home to the biggest Muslim minority in Western Europe.
The street prayer ban has highlighted France’s problems assimilating its 5-million-strong Muslim community, which lacks prayer space, and follows a long-running controversy. The government argued, to pray outside the room was embarrassing themselves. French interior minister Claude Gueant said, “Street prayers must stop because they hurt the feelings of many of our compatriots who are shocked by the occupation of the public space for a religious practice.”


Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

Muslims Banned from Prayers in the Streets

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