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sanctuary: Bucharest, Romania's oldest mosque, opened in 1906, may be joined by a new worship space, although the plan is facing backlash against Turkish immigration and concerns over terrorism. (Vlad Odobescu/Special to The Washington Times)

sanctuary: Bucharest, Romania's oldest mosque, opened in 1906, may be joined by a new worship space, although the plan is facing backlash against Turkish immigration and concerns over terrorism. (Vlad Odobescu/Special to The Washington Times)

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