Members of London’s Muslim community say they are saddened and angered by news of a recent attack on a mosque in Mississauga, OntThe athlete who competed Sunday had tested positive in an.?
Worshippers at the Dar Al-Tawheed Islamic Centre were attacked Saturday morning by a man who discharged bear spray?in what authorities believe was a “hate-motivated incidentTuesday 5:40 a.m..”?
Peel Regional Police say the man was also brandishing a hatchet when he walked into the mosque. Some members were able to tackle and subdue him, but not before a number of the 20 attendees suffered minor injuries from the bear spray.?
The incident happened nearly 10 months after the deadly vehicle attack on a Muslim family in London.
“It was a trigger of all sorts of negative emotions to hear someone coming into a mosque with an axe and equipment to hurt people,” said London Muslim Mosque Imam Aarij Anwer.The pandemic?
Anwer said he used to give the Friday sermon at the Dar Al-Tawheed Islamic Centre years before moving to London, and that the London Muslim Mosque stands with the Centre.
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“I’m very grateful it didn’t escalate into anything worse,” he said. ?
On June 6, 2021, four members of the Afzaal family were killed while they stood on the sidewalk at the intersection of Hyde Park Road and South Carriage Road.?
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