"Deus Vult": Mosque Spray-Painted With Crusades Rallying Cry in Scotland

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Dec. 21, 2016

It's official folks: the crusades are back on.

From BBC:
Anti-Islamic graffiti has been sprayed on a mosque in North Lanarkshire.

The words "Saracen Go Home" and the term "Deus Vult", translated from Latin as "God Willing", were painted on two walls of the mosque in Cumbernauld.

The attack, being treated as a hate crime, happened sometime between 21:00 on Friday and 07:30 on Saturday.
Mosque leaders described the incident as "unusual" and said people were "very worried" by it. The graffiti has been reported to police.

...The mosque, which is situated at Craighalbert Way, is run by the Islamic Education Trust of Cumbernauld, who say they are dedicated to providing "essential Islamic services" and to promoting community cohesion.
No doubt this hate graffiti will trigger more media outrage than an actual Islamic terror attack, which if you haven't noticed, are going down everyday and making people feel "very worried."

By the way, what exactly do they mean by "essential Islamic services"?

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