Four individuals had been killed within the capturing on Monday, Austria’s first main assault in a long time
The Austrian authorities will order the closure of “radical” mosques within the wake of a lethal jihadist capturing within the capital Vienna earlier this week, the Interior Ministry stated on Friday.
A Ministry spokesman stated extra particulars would quickly be given at a press convention with Interior Minister Karl Nehammer and Integration Minister Susanne Raab.
Four people were killed in the shooting on Monday, Austria’s first main assault in a long time and its first blamed on a jihadist, recognized as 20-year-old Kujtim Fejzulai, who was killed by police.
A press release from the formally recognised Islamic Religious Community of Austria stated that in “discussion with the relevant authorities, we are closing one mosque”.
The assertion stated the mosque was being shut after data got here to mild that it had damaged guidelines over “religious doctrine and its constitution”, in addition to nationwide laws governing Islamic establishments.
Also on Friday the Vienna prosecutor’s division instructed AFP that six of the 16 individuals detained for the reason that assault have been launched, with the remainder remaining in custody because the probe into the attacker’s circle continues.
The suspected gunman, twin Austrian-Macedonian nationwide Fejzulai, had beforehand been convicted for attempting to hitch the Islamic State group in Syria.