A step in the right direction.
Other steps is the rejection of public sharia, any form of ‘zakat’ from leaving the state (can’t be certain of alms money going to fund the jihad, 1/8 is always supposed to go for it), as well as ending Muslim immigration and highly detrimental chain migration. That’s just for starters.
New Law on Islam prohibits foreign funding
Published: 02 Oct 2014 15:19 GMT+02:00
The amendment is designed to limit the power of “influences from abroad” Foreign and Integration Minister Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP) said.
He added that a one-off grant from abroad, such as money left in someone’s will, could be allowed but that the management of any such assets must be done within Austria.
All “living subsidies” will be covered by the rule, including the money given to imams. Currently there are around 300 imams in Austria, and 65 of them are employed by Turkey. The new law would mean they could no longer work in Austria.