The facade of the Ajan mosque in southwest France was disfigured on Saturday night, with abusive cartoons, according to judicial sources and local officials.
The head of the city’s Muslim Association, Masoud Stati, said that he had been informed about “at 02:00 (00:00 GMT) by passers-by and they noticed the drawings on the facade.”
He explained that the investigative commissioned Agan police station received the surveillance cameras records.
These records show a man entering the courtyard of the mosque "after midnight," explaining that it was "the first time we have witnessed this kind of abuse."
French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanan condemned "in the strongest terms the unacceptable abuse of the Ajan Mosque." He wrote on Twitter that "these heinous acts contradict the values ​​of the Republic," expressing his solidarity with the Ajan Muslims.
The head of the French Observatory for Anti-Islamophobia, Abdullah Zakari, said, "These fees (which come) five days before the Eid (Al-Adha) holiday are a provocation and an insult to the French Muslim citizens in Ajan," hoping to arrest and punish the perpetrators.

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