Anti-Muslim tags were discovered Sunday morning by worshipers on the exterior walls of the Avicenna Muslim cultural center in Rennes, we learned from the regional council of Muslim worship, while the Minister of the Interior announced his come on site.
"Two days of the month of Ramadan, the faithful find their mosque tagged with obscene phrases," lamented Mohammed Zaidouni, the president of the regional council for Muslim worship.
"We are the children of the Republic and we end up with hatred, violence and barbarism," he added.
"We will unite later so that God preserves our country, France"
The faithful made this discovery on Sunday around 6 a.m., during morning prayer.
"No to Islamization", "Vive le Roy", "Mahomet, prophet pedophile", "the crusades will resume", "Charles Martel saves us", "Eternal France", "Catholicism, state religion" or "EELV = Traitors », We could read on photos posted on social networks.
Christian crosses, the chrism or a fleur-de-lys were also tagged on the walls of the Avicenna center.
“The faithful were shocked by such obscenities.
It was violent.
Our Muslim community is really sad, ”said Mohammed Zaidouni, while calling to“ stay united ”.
“There are some who seek to sow discord in France and we have a duty to preserve the country.
We will unite later so that God preserves our country, France, because there is nothing worse than discord within a country, ”he added.
“The numerous anti-Muslim inscriptions on the walls of the Avicenna mosque in Rennes are unacceptable.
All my solidarity with the Muslims of our country ", reacted on Twitter the Minister of the Interior Gerald Darmanin by announcing his arrival on the spot" at the end of the day ".
“Anti-Muslim and offensive inscriptions have been discovered on the walls of the Avicenna Cultural Center.
These acts have no place in France, they have no place in Rennes.
All my support to Rennes and particularly to the faithful shocked by these unworthy acts, ”tweeted the PS mayor of Rennes Nathalie Appéré.
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