Source: Daily Sabah
Attackers threw rocks at a mosque in the central German city of Kassel on Sunday while some 50 Qurans – the holy book of Islam – were damaged in another attack on a mosque in northwest Bremen.
The Central Mosque in Kassel, which operates under the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (DITIB), was attacked early Sunday by unidentified suspects.
Kassel Central Mosque Foundation Chairman Seyfettin Eryörük said that the mosque was targeted with rocks at a time when no one was in the building, adding that the windows were broken in the attack.
Turkey’s Consul General in Frankfurt Burak Karartı condemned the attack in a statement he shared on social media, urging security forces to find the perpetrators.
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