Vandals smashed a dozen windows at the Muslim Cultural Centre in Warsaw, which houses one of the two mosques in the Polish capital, police said Monday.
‘We didn’t find any writing on the building and for now the case is being treated as property damage,’ said police spokeswoman Edyta Wisowska.
The incident comes after previous threats and a prior act of vandalism on the building, amid an atmosphere of intolerance that has grown since Poland’s right-wing government took power in 2015.
The vandals also damaged the frame of a large tent erected in the centre’s garden.
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