On August 6th, a car belonging to Mohamed Labidi, the head of the Quebec City mosque where six men were shot to death in January, was set on fire. A few days later feces was thrown at the door of the same mosque, the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre, where Mr. Labidi serves as President. You can read the story from the CBC here. However, on August 4 there was good news in Quebec City. After a long fight and one lost referendum, the Quebec Islamic Culture Centre will be building a Muslim Cemetary in Quebec City. Here is how to donate to support these and other projects of the centre.
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