Mohammed Moussaoui, current president of the CFCM (French Council of the Muslim Faith), noted at the beginning of Ramadan that hundreds of religious leaders, largely from Morrocco but also from Algeria and Turkey, arrived to assist in prayers in France’s 1800 mosques. Their training, along with the financing of Islam in France, remain the primary challenges for the CFCM, says Moussaoui. In the remainder of this interview with Le Monde, the CFCM leader comments on the organization’s troubles with financing and on its activities during the month of Ramadan.
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