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'We're being targeted because of our views': Wolverhampton mosque leader speaks out on hate crime attack
Express & Star
The leader of a Wolverhampton mosque which was vandalised with bricks and bottles has spoken out, as new footage of the attack emerged.
The vandalism the Bait-ul-Ata Mosque on Wolverhampton's Willenhall Road has caused 'considerable distress within the community', police said as they revealed they are treating it as a hate crime.
Footage obtained by the Express & Star shows a man reaching over the gates at the front of the mosque to hurl a missile. He returns a few minutes later with handfuls of other items which he throws at the building.
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