By Solène Tadié

This general view taken on April 6, 2021, shows the construction site of The Eyyub Sultan Mosque in Strasbourg, eastern France, after the city council of Strasbourg approved in principle at least 2,5 million euros in public funding for the construction led by the Milli Gorus (CIMG) association.
FREDERICK FLORIN
This general view taken on April 6, 2021, shows the construction site of The Eyyub Sultan Mosque in Strasbourg, eastern France, after the city council of Strasbourg approved in principle at least 2,5 million euros in public funding for the construction led by the Milli Gorus (CIMG) association.

The project, undertaken by the radical Muslim organization Millî Gorüs in the French city of Strasbourg, headquarters of the Council of Europe, has generated concern up to the highest spheres of French politics.

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