French mosque vandalized with anti-Islam graffiti

…and as is so often the case, the culprit is likely a Muslim unhappy with the leadership of this particular Islamic beachhead. H/T Snaphanen

Hurriyet Daily:

Vandals have targeted a French mosque in a graffiti attack, tagging the worship center with swastikas and anti-Islam slogans, officials said earlier today.

The attack was discovered by worshippers arriving for morning prayers at the mosque in Ozoir-La-Ferriere, a small town 35 kilometers east of Paris.

Photographs of the mosque show at least two swastikas painted on the facade, as well as an explicit anti-Islam slogan and “Long Live Gaul,” the ancient Roman-era name for France. Police were investigating the incident.

In the eastern city of Besançon, two mosques were also vandalized with a Star of David – commonly used by the Nazis to identify Jews.

Sources close to the inquiry, however, cautioned that the vandalism was not necessarily triggered by anti-Islam sentiment and said investigators were looking at several leads, including whether it was carried out by an unhappy worshipper.

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6 Replies to “French mosque vandalized with anti-Islam graffiti”

  1. The fact that someone used a Jewish star of David to try and offend or intimidate mosque members kinda proves it was a Muslim who did this, as that is part of their frame of reference and theirs only.

  2. UK Edinburgh- Three in court after ‘bacon thrown at Central Mosque’

    TWO men and a woman have appeared at Edinburgh Sheriff Court after bacon was allegedly thrown at and stuck to the Central Mosque.

    Douglas Cruikshank, 37, Chelsea Lambie, 17, and Wayne Stilwel, 24, were charged with a racially prejudiced offence.

    All three, who are from the Lothian and Borders area, made a brief appearance, separately in private, before Sheriff James Scott today.

    No plea or declaration was made on their behalf and their cases were continued for further inquiry.

    All were released on bail with the special condition that they do not go within 100 metres of any mosque.

    It is alleged the Central Mosque, in Potterrow, had bacon thrown at it and stuck to certain parts of the building on January 31.

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