For those of you who are excited to contribute to the one world religion of Islam, one German architect is expediting the process with bold new ideas.
In an interview with Die Tageszeitung, Jaquim Reining is proposing that Christian churches be demolished and mosques built in their place in order to better integrate migrants.
One of his supporting theories is that for migrants to have the best experience, they "must have no fear."
“The visible minaret in modern architecture is a message to the migrants: Do not fear having to lose your identity in this society,” he said.
Reining is ready to get construction under way as there are many churches in the region that “have to be abandoned." He said this means there are “theoretically 50 locations” for mosques.
When asked if there would be any backlash for his ideas, Reining said there was no need to worry.
“There are 42 Muslim communities in Hamburg,” Reinig told the paper, “and they lead a normal life — they are far from terrorists.”