Chipping Norton: No arrest after mosque threat

CHIPPING NORTON: No one has yet been arrested for a threatening phone call that led to a planned mosque being stopped.

The town’s small muslim community had won permission to open the mosque in a former shop in Hitchmans Mews.

But following the decision landlord Georg Wissinter, 79, received a call saying the mosque would get “very hot” if it went ahead. He pulled out of the scheme on Friday.

Oxford Times, 14 February 2013

See also “Chipping Norton mosque threat claim investigated”, BBC News, 14 February 2013