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Islamophobic leafleting in St Peter Port

Islamophobic leafleting in St Peter Port

Wednesday 25 November 2020

Islamophobic leafleting in St Peter Port

People in St Peter Port have complained after waking up on Wednesday morning to find leaflets on their car windshields that carried an anti-Islamic message.

Guernsey Police is now investigating the situation and have reached out to the Islamic community saying the act will not be tolerated.

Statements are being taken from a number of witnesses and it’s understood that the leafleting took place over a number of streets.

The Islamic community in Guernsey has been offered reassurance by the authorities.

“Any kind of religious intolerance in Guernsey and the rest of the Bailiwick – whether Islamophobia or otherwise – will not be tolerated and all reports shall be fully investigated," said a spokesman for Guernsey Police. 

People are asked to call Guernsey Police on 725111 if you have any information regarding this incident.

Pictured top: One of the leaflets found on a car in St Peter Port.

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