Mosque robbed by unknown in Russia-annexed Crimea
Unknown persons stole money donated by the faithful over the last three weeks from the mosque in Sudak.
It is reported by RBC-Ukraine with reference to press service of the Religious Administration of the Muslims of Crimea.
"This year in the Crimea it is the eighth incident of penetration into the Muslim shrines for profit. This time, the attackers took the money with a box for donations," goes the statement.
According to mosque Imam Mustafa Mustafayev, an iron boxes for donations was found missing on November 17.
As reported, in February 2015, 5 consecutive cases of theft were recorded in different regions of Crimea in small intervals. In September, audio equipment was stolen from Feodosia Mosque ‘Mufti-Jami’. In early November, unknown broke into the mosque near Simferopol in the neighborhood of Zhigulina Roshcha. On the night of November 13 to 14, unidentified persons attacked a mosque in the village of Zavit-Leninskyy and pelted it with stones and bricks.