Charlie Hebdo atrocity, pretext for racist arson?

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After the horrible crime in Paris, and the crime in Villefranche-sur-Saone in France which may be revenge for that …

Translated from regional TV RTV Rijnmond in the Netherlands:

Burning canister thrown at mosque in Vlaardingen

08-01-2015 | 14:45

During the night of Wednesday to Thursday, unknown people have thrown a burning canister at Al-Hijra mosque in Vlaardingen. It happened around 3:45 pm at the women’s entry of the mosque in Abraham Kuyper Street.

According to the chair of the house of prayer the incident probably has to do with the attack this Wednesday on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris. The mosque has called the police.

Who threw the burning canister is not clear. On surveillance video no one is visible. According to local residents after the impact, two men ran away.

“The woman living across the street had been awakened by the blow. Then she saw two men run away,” chairman Nasri said. “In the camera images one can see that at 3:48 a flame appears. Then, a large fireball appears near the women’s entrance.”

We still don’t know who exactly committed the atrocity in Paris. What were their exact motives? Did they have any accomplices? Anyway, Muslims in Vlaardingen, the Netherlands did not have anything to do it.

Charlie Hebdo: Classmates protest innocence of suspect Hamyd Mourad, 18, with school alibi: here.

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