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Mufti Albir Krganov urged to build mosques in Moscow

Moscow, July 15, 2021

Member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, Chairman of the Spiritual Assembly of Muslims of Russia (SAMR), Mufti Albir Krganov called for the construction of mosques in Moscow so that allow the Muslim clergy to work with the labor migrants.

“There is a certain isolation of Muslims from mosques, from their religious leaders. Although we are trying to use both telephones and messengers. There is a big problem in the construction of mosques, places where we could carry out this work, including with the migrants. You see, they are provided to themselves, and among them there appear quite strange persons who call themselves imams, preachers. Official religious organizations have nothing to do with them at all, we do not know them and we cannot know what they teach”, Krganov said at a press conference at “Russia Today” agency.

Krganov thanked the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill for his understanding and respectful and positive position in relation to Islam and other religions represented in Russia. He noted that work with migrants is carried out at many levels.

“With the help of the Fund for the Support of Islamic Science, Culture and Education, the Spiritual Assembly of Muslims of Russia has launched a center for social and cultural adaptation and legal protection of migrants. This project is being implemented in 23 subjects of the Federation and reached up to hundred thousand people”, he added.

In addition, according to the mufti, they published and distributed up to 80,000 books in four languages for migrants were, and filmed 40 videos with questions and answers. “We see that it is the thing that migrants need. Moreover, they become to understand that it is the religious organizations that help them to adapt correctly and do their work in our country,” said Krganov.

 

 

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