The affair surrounding the war games with children in an ATIB mosque in Vienna's Dammstraße is getting bigger and bigger. The Viennese city newspaper "Falter" published photos on Wednesday, which are to prove that not only this year, but also in 2016, battles with children were recreated.
The affair of adult-directed war games with children in a Vienna ATIB mosque is getting more and more disturbing. Photos were e-mailed to FALTER, proving that children were abused in 2016 to play brutal battles. https://t.co/TXQ8PLEPLy pic.twitter.com/o3jgl6NKN6
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ATIB mosque: children had to pose as bodies  The new pictures show children playing dead soldiers who are covered with Turkish flags. The photos are taken from one of the largest mosques in Vienna, the church of the Turkish Religious Association ATIB, which also runs kindergartens in Vienna. The children were forced to reenact the Battle of Gallipoli in 1915, a carnage that the Turks captured during the First World War.
The Union of Turkish-Islamic Cultural Associations in Europe (ATIB) is a direct offshoot of the Turkish Religious and Religious Affairs Bureau follows the line of the Turkish government.
IGGÖ distances itself from pictures
The Islamic Religious Community (IGGÖ) officially distanced itself from the spectacle. The look is not good. Personal consequences – the president of the religious community, Ibrahim Olgun, himself a representative of the ATIB – but have so far remained.
(Pictures of the war games can be seen on the "Falter" homepage: http://go.apa.at / k8BeeGN4) (final) pm / ham
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