One would think that when mosques are recruiting for and financing a jihad that Western authorities have characterized as being dominated by “extremists,” that those same Western authorities might get an inkling that what they consider to be “extremist” is not necessarily what mainstream Muslims consider to be “extremist.” But that is a point that is too politically incorrect for them even to dare to ponder.
“Austrian police raid Muslim centers over Syria war ties,” DPA, May 1, 2014 (thanks to Julian):
Two Muslim houses of prayer were raided by police in the Austrian city of Graz because of alleged recruitment and financing to support rebels fighting in Syria, prosecutors said Thursday.
The raids were carried out this week as part of an ongoing terrorism investigation against ultraconservative Salafist Muslim groups in Graz, a prosecution spokesman was quoted as saying by the Austrian press agency APA.
No one was arrested, but documents and electronic files were seized.
The police action at the prayer houses was triggered after four young Chechen asylum seekers died in the Syrian civil war, the daily Kleine Zeitung reported.
Since the beginning of the conflict, 80 to 100 people have left Austria to fight against the government in Syria, according to the Austrian Interior Ministry….