Mosques are obstacle to politics; Islamic structures are being destroyed.In addition to stopping the projects related to Islamic culture, the authorities also started a number of archeological excavations near or on locations where mosques currently stand and they continue to build churches and monasteries. This is a bad example of how religious coexistence co·ex·ist
intr.v. co·ex·ist·ed, co·ex·ist·ing, co·ex·ists
1. To exist together, at the same time, or in the same place.
2. should function in a multiethnic state. Historian Skender Hasani stated that even in the past mosques were demolished de·mol·ish
tr.v. de·mol·ished, de·mol·ish·ing, de·mol·ish·es
1. To tear down completely; raze.
2. To do away with completely; put an end to.
3. so that foundations of churches could be found, as was the case with the Burmali Mosque mosque (mŏsk), building for worship used by members of the Islamic faith. Muhammad's house in Medina (A.D. 622), with its surrounding courtyard and hall with columns, became the prototype for the mosque where the faithful gathered for prayer. . "Numerous mosques were demolished this way; the holy symbol was demolished so that the Albanians leave that particular zone as soon as possible. The aim of this is to eradicate the Albanian identity," Hasani said. The Islamic Religious Community confirmed the drastic reduction of religious structures, but he stressed that the number of new religious structures built is increasing. They are built by local believers. The Government finances these projects symbolically. "For example, if 500,000 euros have to be collected for the building of one mosque, the Government will participate with only 4,000 euros," the Islamic Religious Community stressed.