More than 500 mosques throughout the Germany opened their doors to non-Muslims on October 3rd, the “Day of the Open Mosque”. Since 1997, many Muslim communities have been inviting visitors and given them an opportunity to learn about Islam and their culture on October 3rd, which is also the day of German Reunification. The day constitutes a key event to promote better understanding and inter-faith dialogue. Politicians such as Baden Württemberg’s Integration Minister Öney emphasized the symbolic importance of the even taking place on the same day as German Reunification – it shows that Muslims, too, are a part of Germany.

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