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September 11, 2015 11:29 am

Saudia Arabia Offers to Build 200 Mosques in Germany to Accommodate Incoming Syrian Refugees

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Syrian refugees in Jordan. Photo: Multifaith Alliance.

A wave of Syrian refugees fleeing their country’s civil war are coming to Germany. Photo: Multifaith Alliance.

Saudi Arabia has offered a solution to assist the wave of Syrian refugees coming to Germany. The Kingdom has offered to build 200 mosques to accommodate the refugees fleeing their country’s civil war.

The offer, that is pending approval from German authorities, comes after wealthy Gulf nations have been criticized for doing little to offer refuge to Syrians and Iraq is displaced by the civil war. Despite being a part of the US-led coalition to fight the Islamic State (Isis) militants in Syria and Iraq, wealthy Gulf nations have not been at the forefront as the migrant crisis looms over Europe.

Read full story at The International Business Times.

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