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Three leading German universities have closed down pray rooms used by Muslims, sparking accusations they are singling Muslims out for unfair treatment.

"Practising Muslims will find a way to pray one way or another and they'll find a place," Ender Cetin, chairman at the Sehitlik Mosque in Berlin, told The Local.

If the mosque is too far away, they'll find a corner to do it in, he says.


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