Oslo(SD)- The controversy over the Towofiq mosque has been resolved after the Somali-led committee in Norway finally succeeded in bringing together the two groups over the controversy.
No details have been released on the resolution, however, the committee involved said an agreement was reached and it would be announced soon. Due to the Dispute, the Government of Norway was on the verge of wiping out the Somali religious organization that controls the mosque.
Religious leaders of Abu-Bakr al-Sadiq Mosque in Drammen, the second largest Oslo Mosque controlled by the Somali community, have played a key role in ending the conflict.
Lawyers representing both sides are expected to hand over the memorandum of agreement to the government, and request to lift the government’s ban on its support for Towofiq mosque.
Sheikh Mohamed Idris, one of the founders of the mosque, welcomed the end of the administration’s conflict, thanking everyone who took part.