Danish mosque reports threats to police
The controversial Grimhøj Mosque in Aarhus has requested police assistance after receiving various threats.
A spokesman for East Jutland Police confirmed to Metroxpress that the mosque’s leadership has reached out for assistance.
“They don’t feel threatened and they don’t want to press charges but they have pointed out that people are talking about them in a very, very ugly way and we are following the situation,” Commissioner Allan Aarslev told Metroxpress.
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