Coquitlam RCMP and B.C.’s hate crime team are on the case, especially since it’s the second time in about 18 months the mosque has been targeted.
In March 2011, racial slurs were sprayed on the side of the Islamic Society of B.C. building.
Society president Saad Bahr said the most recent incident came after as many as 50 people, among them families with children, left the building after finishing evening prayers but suddenly returned screaming.
“We went out, everybody, and we noticed there was ham and pig bacon. It was disgusting and sad … scattered around the floor, thrown across the glass,” Bahr said Tuesday.
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