A MAN accused of scrawling hate messages on an Islamic prayer centre on Brisbane’s south-side has been charged.
Police were called to the mosque on Cambridge Street, Rocklea around 7pm on Wednesday, after members made the discovery.
Messages such as “Muslims are evil and have no respect for our ways” and the word “die” were strewn across the building’s exterior.
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On Thursday, police arrested a 34-year-old Rocklea man and charged him with wilful damage, trespass, public nuisance and possess a graffiti instrument.
He’s scheduled to appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on October 22.