A de facto ban on the construction of Islam-inspired architecture may be underway in a state in Austria, known for its far-right politics. Carinthia has a draft law that prohibits the building of mosques, minarets and similar designs that radically are different from the traditional genre of the place.
Kashmiri Nomad comments, sarcastically:
I think this Austrian city has got the wrong end of the stick. Do they not realise that it is only meant to be the Muslims who are intolerant of other faiths?
What do you think? Is it appropriate for Western society to halt the construction of a mosque if it will be architecturally grotesque or for any other reason?