Skip to comments.Last bullfighting ring in Barcelona could become Europe's largest mosque
Posted on 06/25/2014 2:26:00 PM PDT by Citizen Zed
Barcelona's last bullfighting ring has been earmarked to become Europe's largest mosque - just a few streets away from the city's famous Roman Catholic church La Sagrada Familia.
The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, has reportedly expressed an interest in funding the transformation of La Plaza Monumental into a mosque housing as many as 40,000 worshippers.
If the 2.2 billion, or £1.8 billion, scheme is approved by city planners the historic arena, which has been empty since staging its last bullfight in September 2011, would become the biggest mosque in Europe.
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I’m glad I saw Barcelona before it becomes overrun completely and becomes another musloid hell hole.
Karl, you beat me to it. Good one.
Have you seen the many mosques in Houston?
And the number is constantly growing.
Where’s Franco when you need him. (Still dead I suppose)
So their mosque will be built on bulls$h!! ?
In Greek mythology the horns of the bull were the horns of the crescent moon — or vice versa.
Bury a pig in the dirt about three inches from the surface. That will bring a halt to those plans.
There’s never a truckload of fertilizer around when you need one.
No,I am *not* from Barcelona!
Haven’t been to Planet Houston in many years. But I can only imagine. Here in N Phoenix there is a huge mosque, right off the 101. I pass it often on my way to Coyotes games. Beautiful building. Odd thing is we never see any cars in the parking lot...
A good place in which to behead the infidels, like in the old days.
Who says history doesn’t repeat itself?
More foreign funded mosques. When we people wake up to the reality that they are Islamic COLONIES being established in the West?
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