Hamburg (kath.net / CBA), the Auxiliary Bishop Hans-Jochen Jaschke of Hamburg has called for the construction of new mosques in Germany. At the same time he called on Christians to assist the opening of such symbolic buildings. "I think it is conceivable that Christians do to Muslims to open a new mosque, a gift - as a sign of sympathy, of good neighborliness and religious ties,"
said the Commissioner of the German Bishops' Conference for Inter-religious Dialogue, published in Hamburg daily newspaper " the world "(Saturday).
Possible about whether a plaque with a verse from the Bible and the Koran. With a collection in the churches of the funds could be collected for a gift, said the bishop. "As Christians, we support the construction of beautiful mosques,"
said the Bishop. People need to feel that faith has something to do with aesthetics and culture. Jaschke also warned against, that in the vicinity of mosques, Islamic parallel worlds with detached from the district's own infrastructure.