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A basketball court in Athens is a makeshift prayer center for Muslims. Others use basements and living rooms because the Greek capital has no mosque available. A government-built mosque scheduled to open in April is stirring both delight and dismay. (Dimitris Lampropoulos/Special to The Washington Times)

First mosque in Athens heightens tensions over Muslims








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