ANNUAL REPORTS OF SLOVENE OMBUDSMAN

2005 - Unequal treatment of religious communities due to lack of definition of religious freedom, debate on spiritual care in Slovene Army (p. 15), the right of the Muslim community to a place for worship (p.3).

2004 - Allocating state support to religious communities without criteria (pp. 25-6), poor work of Government's Office for Religious Communities (omitted in English translation of the report), efforts of Muslim community to build a religious centre (pp. 3, 7, 9, 19).

2003 - Poor work of the Govermnet's Office for Religious Communities (p. 20, 150), the right of the Muslim community to build its own religious centre (pp. 3, 7, 21, 127).

2002 - Latent discrimination against Islamic Religious Community (p. 20).

2001 - Payment of social insurance contributions of priests

 

REPORTS ON GOVERNMENT'S MORATORIUM ON THE REGISTRATION OF NEW RELIGIONS IN 2003 (FORUM 18)

 

US DEPARTMENT OF STATE ON RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN SLOVENIA

The first, the only one proved (and today nonexistent) mosq in the territory of Slovenia was built by Bosnian soldiers during the first world war (Log pod Mangrtom, 1916)