After bus bombing, Bulgaria frets over its Muslims

Reuters 28 November 2012
By Tsvetelia Tsolova and Sam Cage

A bucolic painting of snowy mountains and traditional Bulgarian craftwork mingle in Said Mutlu's office with Arabic books and a calendar depicting Mecca. The room reflects the mixed identity of Mutlu and Sarnitsa, a lakeside town in Bulgaria's remote south where women wear headscarves, men chat over coffee on the square and houses cluster around a mosque rather than a church. (continue reading...)