Muslims who set up a proselytizing for Islam booth at a Christmas market have been told to shut it down after worried locals concerned about security complained to the town hall.
UK Express The Christmas market in the town of Rüdesheim on the Rhine, Germany, is a popular tourist destination famed for its festive atmosphere, which traditionally features stalls selling mulled wine, frankfurters and gifts.
But members of the Ahmadiyya Islamic community set up an information booth this year which has offended locals who complain that the stand is not in-fitting with the spirit of Christmas.
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