Church leaders in Ireland have offered support to Muslims in the country after stone-throwers attacked a mosque.
One window in the Masjid Maryam mosque in Galway was smashed as about 100 people gathered for prayers for Ramadan on Monday night.
Leaders of Catholic, Anglican, Methodist, Presbyterian and Quaker congregations in the city issued a joint statement to condemn the incident.
“We unequivocally and without hesitation condemn the recent malicious, unprovoked attack on Masjid Maryam Mosque, ” they said.
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