It is not necessary to check Muslim spiritual leaders, imams, in the Czech Republic over whether they may be radicals who might incite Muslims to hatred and terror, daily Pravo writes today, citing the replies from the Islamic community and security forces.

The community of Czech Muslims, who practice their religion in two mosques and a few prayer houses, is so small that they all know one another, Pravo writes.

In addition, there are only two imams in the Czech Republic.

In Spain, Islam is claimed by roughly two million people, while in the Czech Republic, the official number is about 4,000, it adds.

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