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Prosecutor's Office asks to close mosque in Chontaul

In Dagestan, the Prosecutor's Office has claimed that extremist books are being kept in a mosque building in the Chontaul village and filed a lawsuit to court with a request to close the mosque.

According to the spokesman of the Prosecutor's Office for the Kizilyurt District, a working group of prosecutors on countering extremism and terrorism inspected the mosque in the village of Chontaul.

After the inspection, a decision was made on the need to ban the use of the mosque building, the spokesman of the Prosecutor's Office for the Kizilyurt District reported.

"There are no legal documents on the mosque building. It was built in violation of construction standards and rules," the "Novoe Delo" quotes the spokesman of the Prosecutor's Office for the Kizilyurt District as reporting.

Meanwhile, according to the Prosecutor's Office for the Kizilyurt District, during the inspection held in the mosque's premises, 15 books included in the federal list of extremist materials were foundin the prayer hall. The Prosecutor's Office for the Kizilyurt District appealed to the Court of Kizilyurt with a request to close the mosque.

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