Pig’s head and ears left at Besançon mosque

AFP reports that last Sunday morning a pig’s head and several pig’s ears were found outside the Souna Mosque in Besançon, which had previously been the target of Islamophobic acts.

Only last month a swastika and the slogan “Long live the FN” (Front National) were painted on the wall. The mosque had suffered an earlier graffiti attack in August when an SS sign, a Celtic cross, an Odal rune and the words “Vive la France” were sprayed on the building. In February, Star of David graffiti was daubed on the mosque.

Police patrols have been stepped up around the premises.