At a castle in Austria, villagers and refugees celebrate Eid al-Adha

Print More
Refugees celebrate Eid al-Adha with Austrian villagers in the hall of Schloss Koenigshof, an ancient Habsburg castle in Bruckneudorf, Austria September 24, 2015. Photo courtest of Reuters/Leonhard Foeger

Refugees celebrate Eid al-Adha with Austrian villagers in the hall of Schloss Koenigshof, an ancient Habsburg castle in Bruckneudorf, Austria September 24, 2015. Photo courtest of Reuters/Leonhard Foeger

Active RNS subscribers and members can view this content by logging-in here.

(Reuters) An ancient castle in an Austrian village somewhere between Vienna and Hungary is not where you might expect to see an Islamic celebration.

  • Pingback: At a castle in Austria, villagers and refugees celebrate Eid al-Adha - mosaicversemosaicverse()

  • Dr. Cajetan Coelho

    Happy holiday of Eid al-Adha – God bless.

  • abu zagreb

    They are NOT refugees, they are migrants. Sloppy and incorrect language creates poor thinking. They were refugees when they fled for their lives to the nearest safe haven, in this case Turkey. When they leave Turkey to try to find a rich country then they are migrants who are country-shopping.