A Muslim school in Newcastle, Britain, was attacked by sick vandals who ripped up copies of the Holy Quran , smashed windows and sprayed graffiti.
The Bahr Academy in Newcastle was ransacked by on Monday evening – marking the second time it had been targeted in three months.
Imam Abdul Muheet, head of the school, said a ladder had been used to smash a window and that copies of the Holy Quran had been vandalized and "thrown on the floor".
“Neighbors near the school had called to say there were people inside and that windows had been smashed,” he said, the Sun reported.
“There was paraffin and spirits on the floor, he said, adding, “I saw them in the chapel and heard them talking about 'Muslims' and 'terrorists'.”
“The incident in Newcastle comes days after five mosques had their windows smashed in Birmingham.
Two men have been arrested in relation to the attacks which came less than a week after a Far Right gunman shot 50 worshippers dead at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.