Houston mosque set fervent on Christmas Day in suspected arson
December 26, 2015 - Supermoon
A Christmas Day glow during a Houston mosque appears questionable and started in several places, CNN reported on Saturday, citing a sovereign official.
The Islamic Center of Houston held glow after Friday prayers when it was mostly dull and no injuries were reported, CNN said. The mosque was partial of a frame mall.
Special Agent Nicole Strong of a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives pronounced it was too shortly to establish a fire’s cause, CNN said. The fire drew 80 firefighters, a news said.
Strong was not immediately accessible for comment.
Anti-Muslim view has been on a arise in a US, stoked by new Islamic State-related attacks in France and California and anti-Muslim statements by Republican presidential hopefuls.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations, that marks such incidents, pronounced a scale of vandalism, repairs and danger during American mosques this year is a misfortune in a 6 years it has kept records.