Turkey plans to repair dozens of mosques in Syria


Turkey's Diyanet Establishment plans to repair many mosques in Syria that were vigorously harmed in the progressing war, as indicated by the head of establishment. 

Mustafa Tutkun disclosed to Anadolu Organization the state-run establishment was wanting to develop and repair 66 mosques in participation with the Prime Ministry

Tutkun said the activities would be completed in spots where terrorists had been wiped out by Turkey-drove Operation Euphrates Shield, including Cobanbey, Azaz and Jarablus. 

A few mosques have as of now been revived after repairs. 

"We finished the repairs of the Kebir, Nur and Hasan mosques in Jarablus and have revived it to people in general for love," he included. 

Furthermore, Tutkun said the establishment reestablished and revived 127 mosques in participation with the Directorate of Religious Affairs that had been harmed by the PKK dread group in Turkey's east and southeast. 

Syria has been locked in a devastating civil war since mid 2011, when the Bashar al-Assad administration cracked down on pro-democracy protests - which emitted as a major aspect of the Bedouin Spring uprisings - with startling fierceness. 

From that point forward, a huge number of individuals are accepted to have been slaughtered and millions more dislodged by the contention.

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