Church Vandalized With Islamic State Graffiti

From Jihad-Watch:
According to an officer on the scene, someone started to write the words “Islamic State will rema[in],” in black spray paint on a wall outside the church.

It is reprehensible when any place of worship is vandalized; this is the second such incident recently in Ontario. A Burlington Church sustained “heavy damages” from a fire only two weeks ago, and “ISIS” was spray-painted on the building.

There should be a loud outcry in Canada over these two acts against Christian churches in such close proximity, both of which were marked with Islamic State graffiti.

The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, spoke out after a mosque fire in Ontario last year, and that is good. Unfortunately, no such statement has come from Trudeau or his government regarding the church  fire or the Islamic State graffiti. The silence is deafening and sends a loud message. Intolerance apparently is recognized only in one direction.

Ontario Provincial Police are looking for suspects after a church was spray-painted with Islamic State messaging in Guelph-Eramosa Township.

Wellington OPP say they responded to a call at Lakeside Church Monday afternoon.

“Members [advised] that sometime overnight, unknown suspects had attended the church and did some spray-painting on the side of it,” Const. Marylou Schwindt told CBC K-W.

According to an officer on the scene, someone started to write the words “Islamic State will rema[in],” in black spray paint on a wall outside the church.

Police say the vandals likely ran out of paint before they could complete the act

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