Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people demand Crimean police to find and punish those guilty in the burnings of Crimean mosques and abductions of people, reads the statement of Mejlis.
The statement comes after an attempt by unknown vandals to set another Crimean mosque in Sudak region on fire Nov 13.
“Another attempt to burn a mosque, proves illegal crimes on the basis of ethnic and religious grounds continue taking place in Crimea. There serious problems in Crimean regarding safety of Crimean Muslims, Crimean Tatars”- reads the statement.
To recall, unknown men in Sudak region of Crimea attempted to burn down local mosque Nov 12 night.
Earlier, June 12, another Crimean mosque was vandalized and set on fire by unknown people throwing three Molotov cocktails.
On Oct 13, 2013, on the eve of Kurban Bairam fest a mosque in Saki, Crimeam was also set on fire.
None of the incidents were investigated yet.
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