China threatens to demolish a mosque, the same day it faces questions at the U.N. over its treatment of Muslims
6 days ago - By LA Times
It took two years to build the Grand Mosque of Weizhou, with its four towering minarets and nine onion-shaped domes. On Aug. 3, officials in Tongxin county in northern China ruled the all-white structure had been built without proper permits and ordered that it be razed in seven days or the government...
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