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The first mosque in the Greek capital has opened after 14 years of bureaucratic delays.
Athens’ first official mosque in 200 years has faced right-wing protests and legal challenges since the project began in 2006.
Athens was the only European Union capital without an official mosque. According to Reuters, the city has a Muslim population of approximately 500,000.
“It is a historic moment for the Muslim community living in Athens,” Heider Ashir, a governing council member of the mosque, said.
“There were so many bureaucratic barriers and some legal issues with the construction of the mosque but, thanks to God, finally we have a mosque which is open and we can pray here freely.”
This video was edited by Al Jazeera Newsfeed’s Adam Adada.