Muslim students, upset by the closure of the “prayer spaces” at the Univeristy of Berlin, hold mass prayer rituals on public streets and related spaces. At least three universities in Germany have shut down mosques, prayer spaces and “silent rooms” after their use by Muslim students violated several laws this year.
The Rebel Muslim students, upset by the closure of the “prayer spaces” at the Univeristy of Berlin, hold mass prayer rituals blocking public streets and related spaces, where they blast the highly offensive (to non-Muslims) Muslim Call to Prayer.
According to an article originally from Der Westen, translated into English by the Gates of Vienna, non-Muslim students are discriminated against by fundamentalist Muslim students. At Friday prayers, they are regularly hindered from using an elevator which leads to the prayer room on the fourth floor. But the University Directorate “clearly objects” to the impression that a “fundamentalist Islamic regime” was spreading in the prayer room’s vicinity.