A Muslim woman walks past the Islamic Center of Bosnia-Herzegovina, where Islamic prayer is held every Friday, in Sarajevo, on Nov. 27, 2016.
(Photo: Adriana Usero/AFP via Getty Images)The Islamic Center is the second largest in Bosnia, with around 200,000 people.
The largest mosque is in Saravana, the capital, which is home to more than 100,000 Muslims.
President Donald Trump has said he would stop sending U.S. troops to the former Yugoslavia, a move that would lead to a Muslim country with a large Muslim population.
The Islamic Center and the Bosnian government have both criticized the move.
Trump, however, said on Nov:27 that he would not be sending troops.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Islamic center’s director, Srdjan Šakur, told The Associated Press that the center would work with the U.N. Human Rights Council to fight for freedom of religion and religion freedom in Bosnia.