It should be interesting because from what I have heard the girls will be given tailored uniforms. Brno Muslims who went to their mosque on Sunday were shocked to find a spray-painted sign that said “Stop, no to Islam”, the Brnensky denik daily reported.Unknown suspects damaged the facade on Saturday night, the police think. Muneeb Hassan al-Rawi (), who is a leading personality of the Muslim community in Brno and the Islamic Foundation, says “the mosque is attended by children who are half-Czech and who feel very uncomfortable (to say the least) about being unwelcome this way…” UPDATE BY REQUEST:: there are approximately 600 Muslims in Brno, says al-Rawi in this May interview for the Brnensky denik daily.Five years ago, a student gave me a little brass plate on a stand with an etched view of Hong Kong harbour.I am no stranger to the odd bottle of wine or box of chocolates, but a little brass plate on a stand was unexpected kind of gift from a student.Although Wikipedia mentions All Souls’ Day as predominantly religion-related day, November 2 in the Czech Republic has altogether different significance.It is observed by 99 percent of people, despite the fact that this country is almost 80 percent atheist.
However, apparently not enough people appreciate it, or are capable to do so.
Although it ended wasting, Social Democrats maintain the fee is “antisocial”. The fee taught Czechs to behave economically, when it comes to medication(s).
The measure reportedly saved hundreds of millions this year.
And now the Czech torrent sites are full of 200MB files for everyone to download and check whether they know any of the girls.
There are voices saying “they were stupid to post the photos in the first place so they deserve it”. There exists a certain level of trust when it comes to technology providers.