The Turkish community in Germany is calling on authorities to investigate and explain an attack on a mosque by supporters of the PKK terror group.
The mosque in Bad Bentheim was vandalized with various slogans, prompting outrage and demands for justice.
The chairman of the mosque association condemned the attack as unacceptable and emphasized the importance of finding the perpetrators.
The police launched an investigation into the incident, treating it as property damage caused by graffiti.
Leaders within the Muslim community, including the president of the Islamic Council of Germany and the head of the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (DITIB), expressed concern over the rising number of attacks on mosques.
They called for stronger measures to ensure the security and peace of Muslims in the country.
While the PKK has been banned in Germany since 1993, it continues to operate with a significant number of followers among the Kurdish immigrant population.
Turkey has urged Germany to take stronger action against the PKK, which utilizes the country for recruitment, propaganda, and fundraising activities.
This attack highlights the ongoing threat faced by mosques and the need for swift and decisive action against those responsible.
With the PKK’s history of violence, the Turkish community seeks justice and reassurance that such incidents will not be tolerated in the future.