A Mosque in Alberta, Canada has been brutally vandalized!

Last night, vandals defaced a mosque in Cold Lake, Alberta, smashing its windows and spray-painting the building with a hateful messages. This is truly sad and disturbing!

Edmonton Journal’s Paula Simons, reporting on the issue stated, “The beautiful little mosque in Cold Lake was vandalized last night. Windows broken. Disgusting, hateful graffiti. Northern Alberta’s Muslim community is a century old. Merchants and fur traders from Lebanon and Syria were some of the north’s original pioneers. Edmonton was home to North America’s first purpose-built mosque. Muslim Canadians are our neighbours, our friends, our colleagues, our leaders, our fellow citizens. This kind of hate and bigotry, this kind of cowardly terrorism, aimed at a minority community, is un-Canadian and un-Albertan. And today, all Albertans should have the guts to stand up and say so.”


Source: http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/vandals-deface-mosque-in-cold-lake-1.2069668

Residents of the town in Alberta, Canada where a Mosque was brutally vandalized volunteer to fix the damage!

This is what true Canadians are all about!

Dozens of community members in Cold Lake, Alberta, came together to clean up a local mosque after vandals defaced it, smashed its windows and spray-painted the building with a hateful messages. Volunteers today cleaned up the facade, removed the hateful spray painted messages, replaced the smashed windows, and a poster with the phrase “Love your neighbour” was placed on the front.


Source: http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/volunteers-help-clean-vandalism-from-cold-lake-mosque-1.2069668


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