Ayyub Axel Koehler, chairman of the Council of Muslims, and Bekir Alboga, spokesman for the DITIB religious authority, were blunt in a debate with Lutheran leaders at a church congress this week in the German city of Cologne.
More than 2,000 Lutherans crammed a hot, sweaty pavilion in Cologne to hear the debate on religious freedom.
The politically correct may have expected compliments and blurring of differences, but it was not to be.
“Senior figures from both sides met in May in a mosque in the city of Mannheim, but made no progress. The Lutheran church was continuing to reject the establishment of a joint commission to discuss faith differences.”
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