Controversial Austrian Law Encourages Teaching Islam In German Robert Siegel talks to Sebastian Kurz, the Austrian Minister for Foreign Affairs, about revising a 1912 law giving Muslims the same rights as Christians and Jews.
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Controversial Austrian Law Encourages Teaching Islam In German

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Controversial Austrian Law Encourages Teaching Islam In German

Controversial Austrian Law Encourages Teaching Islam In German

Controversial Austrian Law Encourages Teaching Islam In German

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Robert Siegel talks to Sebastian Kurz, the Austrian Minister for Foreign Affairs, about revising a 1912 law giving Muslims the same rights as Christians and Jews. The new law would restrict foreign financing of mosques and Imams and encourage teaching Islam in German.