The suspect has been arrested on suspicion of arson after a Fire last week in a You can also find out more about the mosques by clicking here. in St. Paul (Minn.), at least the Fifth such act of vandalism in the Members have left the state this year of the Muslim Community “living in fear,” a The state senator stated.

Jaylani Hussein, the executive director of the Minnesota Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations is said to be at a Press conference the mosque, the Oromo American Tawhid Islamic Center was closed “completely burned” Set after the fact on Fire on Wednesday.

This building is vacant the No injuries have been reported. the St. Paul Fire Department said.

Said Murekezi (42 years old) was the suspect arrested on Book Thursday on suspicion of arson, the St. Paul Police Department reported.

Murekezi was the one who spoke. the Documents charging police said that Mr. Murekezi was a Muslim who protested homelessness. Mr. Murekezi told the police that if he hadn’t been caught, he would “torch another one” Or attack a church, the documents said.

After the attack, a You can also find out more about the following: of Other Acts of Vandalism in Islamic homes of worship in Minnesota.

It also has a branch called the Oromo American Tawhid Islamic Center a Three weeks ago, a window was smashed. the documents said. A second mosque opened on May 12 in St. Paul’s doors were smashed by someone, said Mr. Hussein. There has not been a charge brought against anyone in You can also find out more about us by clicking here. of The following cases may be of interest.

Jackie Rahm Little has been charged with arson for allegedly igniting two mosques in April. in Minneapolis. Minneapolis. in the Documents from the court confirm this. Documents from court the other, a A representative of the mosque told investigators: the Fire caused thousands of deaths of You can find out more about the number of thousands by clicking here. of dollars of damage.

Zaynab Ahmed, the state senator from Zaynab, stated on Sunday the Muslim Community in Minneapolis is feeling “shaken by these attacks.”

“Especially the people who go to these mosques on a regular basis, they’re living in fear right now,” She said “These attacks aren’t new. They’ve been happening for a long time. But this year they’re happening more often, and they’re more destructive.”

Hate crimes in the United States grew by almost 12 percent in According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Experts say the data collected is not complete. the Figures are most likely underestimated.

The following are some of the reasons why you should consider hiring someone else the There were 1,590 reports of hate crimes committed against Muslims, and almost 10% were antisemitic. the bureau said.

Mr. Hussein said in Interview on He believed that some Sunday of the Many mosques struggled financially to stop attacks and vandalism, noting the Oromo American Tawhid Islamic Center didn’t have security cameras.

“Our community is feeling vulnerable,” Mr. Hussein said. “We are under-resourced and under attack.”

Amanda Holpuch Contributed Reporting