Two molotov cocktails were thrown at the Selimiye Mosque in Haarlem on Sunday morning, police sources report. No damage was done.
Witnesses saw the suspects ride off on motorbikes. Following a tip-off, police searched the area and found the remains of two petrol-filled bottles and a rag.
The Selimiye Mosque on the Reinalda Park, which is under construction, was also attacked on July 12. Windows were broken and racist slogans painted on the walls.
The mosque’s Erol Sayar told the Volkskrant that contact with local people is good. ‘They joined in a demonstration on July 15 against the earlier attack on us and a Moroccan mosque in Schalwijk,’ he told the paper.
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