The fierce opposition of right-wing parties to the planned construction of the country’s first mosque highlights religious intolerance in Slovenia. 9 February 2004 LJUBLJANA, Slovenia–Religious intolerance in Slovenia reached an all-time high on 6 February as opponents of a planned mosque in the capital succeeded in gathering enough votes to stage a referendum on the […]

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