In Italy, they want to ban Islamic services outside mosques

In Italy, one of the political parties represented in the government led by Prime Minister George Maloney has prepared a bill to ban Muslim religious services outside mosques. According to the bill of the “Brothers of Italy” party, it is planned to introduce a ban on holding Islamic religious services in garages and warehouses, Global Village Space reports.
According to the imam of the Magliano Mosque in Rome, Sami Salema, this bill directly discriminates against Muslims and contradicts the Italian constitution. A Muslim leader from Florence, Izzeddin Elzir, is also concerned about the consequences of this bill for the religious minority. Legislators from opposition parties have already expressed their disagreement with the draft law and emphasized its contradictions with freedom of religion in the country.