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German government warned that missionary groups from Saudi Arabia are spreading the ultraconservative Wahhabism in Kosovo, and that there is a noticeable impact of other Gulf countries and Turkey. As stated in the answer of German government on the question of the member of opposition, "Die Welt" had access to, there has been a "continuous engagement of Arab financiers - individuals, non-governmental organizations as well as state and semi-state institution in the Islamic Community of Kosovo."
The question to the government in Berlin was asked by the member of the leftist Sevim Dagdelen who warned that "Kosovo developed into a center of Islamic terrorism in the region right before KFOR eyes".
- It is scandalous that Saudi preachers of hate and violence could freely create ideological base for it thanks to the presence of German troops - she said.
It is asked from German government to "stop brightening the situation on Kosovo and to keep the public in dark about the current numbers when it comes to recruiting of Islamic terrorist network like Islamic state and other organizations", reports "Die Welt".
The German government also notes the growing influence of Turkey in the Balkans.
- Since taking the office, AKP (the Turkish Justice and Development Party) in 2002 and especially during the tenure of the then Minister of Foreign Affairs Ahmet Davutoglu, there has been the strategic reorientation of Turkish foreign policy. Within this new orientation (though not exclusively) the political center of gravity in the areas has been set that were once part of the Ottoman Empire - writes in response to the German government.
In this context, Turkey sought a more proactive role in the Western Balkan states and adds that Turkey's dispute between ruling AKP party and Gulen movement is transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina and also, Albania, Macedonia and Kosovo, according to the findings of German government.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)