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Unknown attackers smash Islamic center's windows in Novi Sad

02. August 2011. | 07:45

Source: Tanjug

Police said in a release that unknown attackers smashed windows on the premises of an Islamic center in Novi Sad early Monday morning.

Police said in a release that unknown attackers smashed windows on the premises of an Islamic center in Novi Sad early Monday morning.

The center is under the control of the Meshihat of the Islamic Community in Serbia, which is headed by Mufti Muamer Zukorlic.

The incident took place at about 3.30 a.m..

The attackers smashed the glass on the entrance door and another window of the Islamic community building, said the Novi Sad police.

The Novi Sad police department is putting its full effort in finding the offenders and clarifying the circumstances of the event that has been qualified by a competent prosecutor as violent behavior, the release said.

Local Muslim religious leader Mirza Murati told Tanjug that the attack did not cause much material damage but was seen by the community as an “act of vandalism and attack on all Muslims,” since it occurred at the start of the holy month of Ramadan.

He noted that the eyewitnesses who were inside the premises of the Muslim youth club at the time of the incident said they had spotted “three to six attackers.”

Murati said he hoped that the police would discover the perpetrators of the wrongdoing this time, recalling that the hooligans who smashed the windows on the premises of the Islamic Community in Novi Sad three years before had not yet been found.


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