Vandals Attack Spanish Church, Daub ‘Allah’ on the Wall

Vandals in Malaga, Spain, broke into a Church and smashed a crucifix along with statues of Mary and Jesus on the cross, spray-painting the word “Allah” on the wall in Arabic.

The attack took place in the town of Rincon de la Victoria at the Church of Our Lady of Carmen. The damage was discovered by a priest, Agustin Carrasco.

Police are investigating the attack.

Spanish police arrested three Moroccan men in an Islamic State inspired terror cell who were reportedly ready to stage an attack on the Spanish capital earlier this week.

Another Moroccan man was arrested last month for trying to smash a statue of Mary with a rock while allegedly screaming “Allahu Akbar,”  the UK's Daily Express reported.

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